Hurghada’s major industry is foreign and domestic tourism, owing to its landscape, year-round hot and dry climate and long beaches. Its waters are clear and calm for most of the year and have become popular for water sports, particularly scuba diving and snorkelling.There are diving sites around Abu Ramada Island, Fanadir, Giftun Kebir, and Giftun Soraya. Tourists also visit shipwrecks such as the El Mina or the Rosalie Moller. The beach at Hurghada is busy and public, and beyond the town the coast road passes through holiday villages set in the desert. 


Happy mother and smiling father with one child son having fun during summer holiday in Hurghada.

Sunny beach in tropical resort with palm trees and parasols in Red Sea coast in Hurghada , Egypt.