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This beach resort caters to an international crowd and offers both delicious cuisine and fun nightlife. Lying to the west of the country’s Red Sea Riviera, this vibrant destination evolved from a fishing village into a hugely popular holiday destination.
Like Sharm el Sheikh, Hurghada has become world famous for its diving. Considering its proximity to the crystal waters and stunning marine life of the Red Sea, its popularity should not be any kind of shock. There’s also no need to be concerned about your level of mobility affecting whether you can dive or not, because there are accessible diving centres that cater for wheelchair users.
During the day there is shopping to indulge at the traditional Egyptian bazaar as well as local shops to explore, and in both places traditional bartering can be tried and an opportunity to discover some excellent bargains embraced. In the evening, the Hurghada nightlife offers a wide range of discos, pubs and clubs, and caters for both western-style BBQs and foam parties as well as more traditional Egyptian entertainment.