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Why Fly to Hurghada?
The majority of visitors come to Hurghada for two reasons: sun and sea. Hurghada, one of Egypt’s most popular Red Sea resorts offers year-round sunshine and superb snorkelling and diving in its warm, clear waters.
It is predominantly a package holiday destination and it is possible to get cheap holiday and flight deals to Hurghada. Beyond the appeal of its sandy beaches and crystalline waters, Hurghada also has a number of tourist attractions and excursions to keep visitors entertained.
Flying to Hurghada from the UK
It is possible to fly direct to Hurghada from several UK airports including London Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham. These direct flights tend to be the quickest route to Hurghada and it is often possible to get a cheap flight deal. From several UK airports it is possible to fly to Hurghada via other destinations. From London Heathrow, flights operate via destinations including Cairo and Vienna depending on the carrier.
Popular Flight Routes to Hurghada
Which Airlines Fly to Hurghada?
Flythomascook.com has direct flights to Hurghada from London Gatwick, Birmingham and Manchester, while Thomson Flights operates flights from London Gatwick and Manchester to Hurghada. From London Gatwick, it is also possible to fly to Hurghada with easyJet. From London Heathrow, it is possible to get one-stop flights with a number of airlines. Of these, Bmi and Egypt Air fly via Cairo, while Austrian stop in Vienna. From other UK airports it is possible to get two-stop flights.
Mini Travel Guide to Hurghada
Hurghada’s kaleidoscope of colourful corals and fish are the main draw for many visitors. There are a huge number of dive schools offering boat trips to the offshore reefs which offer the best diving and snorkeling opportunities.
Aside from diving and snorkeling, Hurghada offers many other water-based activities including windsurfing and jet skiing. For those who want to stay dry, it is also possible to see the exotic marine life from glass-bottomed boats or on a submarine tour. Jeep desert safaris, quad biking and camel treks are also popular diversions for holidaymakers. It is possible to buy souvenirs and clothing in Hurghada’s boutiques, malls and souks. Hurghada is the starting point for numerous excursions to other Egyptian destinations including Cairo and Luxor.
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