Safaga Port

Safaga port is situated at a natural gulf in the western coast of the Red Sea 60 km South of Hurghada. It is conserved by Safaga Island and preserved from the prevalent western winds by the surrounding mountains. From Safaga port you may visit the valley of kings, karnak temple, Hatshepsut temple, Luxor temple, Red sea submarine from your cruise ship docking in the Port.

Safaga Port

Giftun Island Snorkeling Excursions From Safaga

Trip runs : Every day

    • About
    • 10
    • Hours
  • Giftun Island Snorkeling Excursions From Safaga
  • Explore the Red Sea with Snorkeling cruise in Giftun Island, Wander the pretty coral reefs and coloured Fishes. Visit Giftun Island for awesome Snorkeling cruise, Water Sports, lunch ....

Start From 75$

Sinbad Submarine Excursions From Safaga Port

Trip runs : Every day

    • About
    • 06
    • Hours
  • Sinbad Submarine Excursions From Safaga Port
  • Explore the Red Sea beauty of the coral reefs and colored fishes with submarine experience. Pick you up from Safaga port and board the Sinbad Submarine dive to 22 Meters below For an ....

Start From 85$

Luxor Over Day Excursions From Safaga Port

Trip runs : Every day

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    • 12
    • Hours
  • Luxor Over Day Excursions From Safaga Port
  • Travel to the Ancient Egyptian city of Thebes, known as the "world's greatest open air museum". Travel for three hours to explore Luxor East and West banks temples, valley of kings an....

Start From 115$

Luxor Accessible Day Tours From Safaga Port

Trip runs : Every day

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    • 12
    • Hours
  • Luxor Accessible Day Tours From Safaga Port
  • Luxor Disabled Shore activity from Safaga port to explore Luxor. Recognized as the ancient Egyptian city of Thebes the "world's greatest open air museum". Accessible journey to Luxor ....

Start From 250$

Luxor Overnight Tours From Safaga Port

Trip runs : Every day

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    • 36
    • Hours
  • Luxor Overnight Tours From Safaga Port
  • Explore Luxor in 2 Days of sightseeing from Safaga port. Uncover the "world's greatest open air museum". It is recognized as the Ancient Egyptian city of Thebes encompassing some of ....

Start From 235$