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El-Gouna Red Sea
Located on the way to Hurghada, exactly about 22 km from Hurghada International airport, a place that has about 14 hotel or more, located on the best areas of the Red-Sea, varying from 5 stars to small 3 stars hotel and resort.


Each is having a distinguished look and feel that attracts tourists' world wide. Warmth and sun shine is guaranteed all time of the year. As El Gouna benefits from the dry, desert climate that keeps the humidity low. And there is always a sea breeze to keep you cool.
El-Gouna offers lot of services from fully equipped conference rooms of various standards, activities providers, water sports, kids activities, a variety of nightlife spots, restaurants that exceeds 20 pub and restaurant to suit all tastes and much more.

Nightlife spots at El-Gouna

If you are looking for the trendy, funky bars, nice live music and oriental shows or you simply prefer to dance the night away at superb clubs, El Gouna is the perfect place for those who want to enjoy nightlife full of excitement and partying.

Beach Parties at El-Gouna

Along El-gouna beach you will enjoy the tremendous hot parties, which is held in many places. Amongst is the:

Mangroovy Beach party:
Only 5 minutes by shuttle-bus to reach, where you can relax, soak up the sun, play beach volleyball or soccer, windsurf or snorkel all day long! Cool drinks, sandwiches and grills are served at the Mediterranean-style beach bar or indoors restaurant. That's the place to be at night for those who like Beach Parties with B.B.Q., bonfire and great music.
Zeytuna Beach :
Zeytuna Beach is located on its own island surrounded by the Red Sea and lagoons. It is easily accessible by boat from El Kafr or Sultan Bey Hotel, and via two bridges connecting the Sheraton Miramar and the Hill Project. It is equipped with hammocks, DJ and sound system for beach parties during the summer, hanging chairs, volley ball court, snorkeling equipment and sun beds.

Golf at El-Gouna


European pros offer lessons to beginners and seasoned golfers alike. The well equipped pro shop offers a choice of top golf clubs for rent to those who would rather leave their clubs at home. For those looking for a little competition, the club organizes regular tournaments.
El-Gouna course is designed to be accessible to every level of golfer, from the tourist who wants to learn the game, to the advanced golfers playing in the tournaments. The 18 hole golf course thrills advanced as well as beginners.

Give a visit to the clubhouse, relax after golfing and indulge yourself with some sauna, steam bath, massage and a series of pools for guaranteed relaxation.
On the terrace of the Grasshoppers Bar, light snacks and drinks are served.
In addition of all that, you will also find at El-Gouna much more activities like; diving, horse back riding, snorkeling, diving, parasailing, kayak, banana boat, canoe, and all other water sports.


Shopping at El-Gouna

For shopping lovers, you can enjoy buying your souvenirs form the traditional style oriental market there "Souk El-Balad" or "El-Khayamia" or "El-gouna art village".

Sightseeing at El-Gouna
El Gouna Museum:

This museum focuses on ancient Egyptian history and art, with over 90 exhibits including statue replicas (made by the Egyptian Cultural Investment Company), stones and musical instruments. Opened in January 1996, it is designed to give tourists an insight into the Ancient Egyptian culture. Facilities include 3 interactive computer displays giving descriptions of each exhibit, and also an exhibition hall of 52 contemporary Egyptian paintings by Hussein Bikar. Located in the Museum building, Kafr El Gouna, it is also surrounded by souvenir shops selling small statues, books, papyrus paintings, postcards and modem Egyptian art.

The Aquarium:

The Aquarium is designed to promote awareness of various indigenous flora and fauna of the Red Sea . Located in the Museum building, it hosts a wide variety of fish, moray eels, starfish, sea horses, lobsters and crabs in over 80 tanks, ranging from small sizes up till 2 x 2 meter tanks. Four of the tanks are also lit by a special blue light that enables viewers to see the colors of the corals, as seen by night divers. Open every day, it has a capacity of 50 people.



 
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