Dive the RED SEA this DECEMBER
R10 999.00 * all inclusive * Easy Pay
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS
*Included in our RED SEA TRIP Price: All
flights, land transfers, 3 buffet meals per day
& free local alcohol, soft drinks and hot
beverages, accommodation in a 4 star hotel and
night life experience!
^Payment Options Available:
R2000 Booking Deposit, and 7x R1650 per month
(Total R13550 and includes Airport Taxes)
Hurghada is located on the Red
Sea, adjacent to the southernmost tip of the
Sinai Peninsular and stretches for about 22
miles along the seashore. Once a fairly small
fishing village, Hurghada has now developed into
the Red Sea's leading Seashore destination.
The Seagull Hotel & Resort is
centrally located in the heart of lively
Hurghada. Only a few minutes walking distance
from the stunning new marina, and The Seagull
also boasts two private beaches. This hotel is
the perfect location, where you can combine
great fun and adventure with days of sun and
Eat and drink all you can
as 3 Buffets (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) are
served daily, with your choice of any local
alcohol drinks, soft drinks or hot beverages at
the Beach & Billiards Bars throughout the day.
With more than 17 sites, Hurghada
offers very interesting scuba diving
opportunities with many reefs to enjoy and
wrecks to explore.
With sites such as Shaab El Erg, Abu Nugar, Umm
Gammar, Shabroah Umm Gammar, Carless Reef, Torfa
Fanus, Fanus West, the Harbour Wreck, Stoney
Beach, Shab Sabrina, Small Giftun, Abu Ramada
Island and Gota Abu Ramada, Hurghada has
something to offer for every diver.
At R560 per dive day, you get 2-3 dives
Hurghada is swiftly turning
into a thriving city with a nightlife next to
none. Come experience the pubs, clubs, shops,
bazaars and carnivals with your free nightlife
experience card, and see how the Egyptians get
down and funky!
ADD ON @ R1960
The Valley of the Kings
is home to Tutankhamun's tomb, and is situated on the ancient site
of Thebes where the pharaoh's were buried and hoped to meet their
was largely built by Amenhotep III and Ramesses II around 1400BC,
with its main purpose to celebrate the festival of Opet. Luxor
Temple is beautifully lit at night and its well worth visiting the
site at sunset.
The Sound and Light show
centered around the Sphinx is a nightly occurrence. Although it may
sound too touristy for some, everyone ends up learning some
interesting facts about the Pyramids and shows are in several
ADD ON @ R900
The Sinai desert calls as
you experience the true ancient mystique of travelling on camel
back through vast open desert plains with the glimpses of
Pyramids and long forgotten Pharaohs on the horizon.
Or kick it up a notch
and kick up some sand with a quad bike through
the desert, covering a lot of ground and experiencing what the
ancients felt, but with some adrenaline in the mix!
ADD ON @ R1680
is the true heart of Egypt. Experience the magical city that gave
birth to many myths, legends and movies!
The Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx
represent one of the greatest architectural feats of man. The last
surviving member of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Great
Pyramid of Giza is one of the world's oldest tourist attractions.
lies next to the Pyramids of Giza, and is perhaps the most
recognized monument of ancient Egypt. The two temples built for the
pharaoh Ramses II have been attracting visitors since Victorian
times. Today there is a daily sound and light show which is not to