EGYPT: Hidden islands!

True, Egypt is known for its ancient historical treasures, but some of its most gorgeous wonders lie in its spectrum of vibrant islands boasting pristine beaches and vibrant underwater ecosystems. Our team knows exactly how to create the ideal decadent island hopping experience to add onto your cultural immersion and here are a few to consider:

Giftun Islands

Giftun Islands: Located in the Red Sea near Hurghada, this archipelago is a top destination for snorkeling and diving. The clear waters, coral reefs, and diverse marine life make it a haven for underwater enthusiasts.

Suba Diver

Tiran Island: Set on the Gulf of Aqaba, it’s best known for its rich coral reefs and marine biodiversity. It’s a protected area and a great spot for snorkeling and diving.

Shadwan Island

Shadwan Island: This tiny Red Sea gem boasts pristine beaches and coral reefs and serves as a peaceful retreat for those that seek seclusion.

Shadwan Island

Nelson Island: Adjacent to Pharaoh’s Island in the Gulf of Aqaba, it is known for its historic ruins and underwater attractions. A true top destination for both history enthusiasts and snorkelers.

Pharaoh's Island

Pharaoh’s Island: Home to the Salah El-Din Fortress, a medieval fortress built by Crusaders. Visitors can explore the historical site and enjoy the surrounding marine life.

Al Nabatat Island

Al Nabatat Island: Part of the Wadi El Gemal National Park, it is known for its mangrove forests and diverse bird species, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers.

Abu Galum


Abu Galum: A protected area on the Red Sea coast known for its stunning landscapes, including mountains, canyons, and coral reefs. It’s accessible only boat or camel and offers excellent snorkeling opportunities.