Red Sea
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Hurghada: El Gouna Red Sea Snorkeling Trip

1. Hurghada: El Gouna Red Sea Snorkeling Trip

After being picked up from your hotel in El Gouna or Hurghada, climb aboard a boat and begin your fantastic day of snorkelling in the Red Sea. Cruise to the Magic island as you relax on deck and take in the breathtaking views of the crystal-clear waters. Make 2 stops for snorkeling in different spots near El Gouna where you can discover a whole new world full of corals and magnificent colorful fish. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins and other marine life. There is plenty of time for sunbathing on deck or taking part in numerous watersports activities.  At the end of the cruise, return back to the jetty where you can take advantage of a convenient transfer back to your hotel in Hurghada or El Gouna.

From Marsa Alam: Sataya Reef and Dolphins Full-day Boat Tour

2. From Marsa Alam: Sataya Reef and Dolphins Full-day Boat Tour

You will be picked up from your hotel and will be taken to Hamata Marina to board the boat. The boat will sail for approximately 2 hours to Sataya Reef, where you will have your first snorkeling session.  Sataya Reef, also known as Dolphin House, is a huge lagoon that is home to not only spinner dolphins, but also many types of colorful fish. Experience the marine life of the reef, following your guide as you explore one of the best snorkeling spots in Egypt.  After this snorkeling stop, you will enjoy a freshly-prepared lunch onboard the boat. After lunch, you will have the chance to explore another scenic snorkeling spot with caves, tunnels and coral gardens.  Enjoy drinks all day long and enjoy the fresh fruit of the season. After your second snorkeling location, you will sail back to Hamata Harbor and will be transferred back to your hotel.

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Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 6 reviews

We were a small, manageable group on the boat, so the trip was even better as there was no jostling or anything like that. The food was very tasty, in between there were even smaller snacks. Everyone was very friendly and our contact person Alaa El Konsol answered every question with a smile or was just happy to chat while driving. The only thing I found a bit more stressful was swimming with the dolphins as you had to be very fast and there were other boats in the same place. Otherwise I would do it again at any time.

We had a very beautiful day. Unfortunately we didnt find the dolphins, but the crew did the best they could! We had two snorkeling stops, very beautiful. The food was delicious! At the end we rode the banana boat and sofa boat, it was hilarious. I would suggest for the crew to maybe tell the people on the boat, to not throw their trash in the sea! They should do that in the beginning! Other than that, it was a very beautiful trip! :)

Really great excursion. Good guidance and top crew. You will not be short of food and drink and it is super relaxed on board. Here they think great about the welfare of the animals and they know the most beautiful places where you can snorkel and swim with dolphins. Truly an excursion you will never forget. Thank you! Robin and Kathy

It was a very nice trip! We saw dolphins and snorkeled on beautiful reefs. The entire crew and especially Mr. Alaa El Konsol took very good care of us! All in all just great!

Super fun trip, nice people, good staff and to top it off we spotted dolphins and swam with a mother dolphin and her child.