Makadi Bay nestles gently between serene desert sand dunes and the Red Sea Mountains. Boasting long stunning stretches of gently sloping white sand, translucent waters, and inshore reefs, this tranquil destination offers something for everyone.
Sharm el Sheikh
A bustling cosmopolitan resort located at the south end of Sinai Peninsula between the Gulf of Suez and gulf of Aqaba offering breathtaking mountainous desert backdrops, sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters with exotic coral reefs to explore.
Golden beaches and guaranteed sunshine are what made Hurghada famous, and its colourful reefs, delicate corals and tropical fish are among the finest in the world. By night the resort comes alive with the opportunity to shop, dine and dance the night away.
Marsa Alam is Egypt’s most southerly resort, and also one of the newest. The unspoiled coastline stretches more than 50km with soft sand beaches, turquoise waters, pristine coral reefs and an abundance of colourful marine life.