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Best all inclusive holidays to Egypt 2023 2024

Best all inclusive holidays to Egypt 2023 2024

A far cry from the ancient landmarks and labyrinth of Unesco World Heritage sites in Luxor and Cairo, expect a cosmopolitan fusion of culture and tradition on an all-inclusive holiday to Egypt’s camel sands. Cost-effective resorts on the Red Sea Riviera are bringing new contenders to the international tourism arena. Think glamourous marinas, thalassotherapy spas and world-renowned scuba diving reefs.

Big-name holiday hotspots with buzzing nightlife scenes such as Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh meet the lesser-known rural luxuries of Dahab in Egypt, all fringed by miles of warm turquoise coastline. From kitesurfing over the teeming corals to embracing local Bedouin culture at buzzing bazaars and desert safaris to dramatic national parks, there’s a bucket-list worth of excursions at every stop.

Sun-drenched all year round, Egypt maintains relatively mild temperatures in every season and the option to holiday into November can be well worth your while.

Here are some of the best all-inclusive deals for those just-in-time 2023 trips, and spring stays to look forward to in 2024.


Traditional souks meet desertscapes and the Red Sea in Hurghada

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Hurghada is a hotspot for tourists in the eastern Sahara desert. Family-friendly resorts with shallow sea shelves dot the 25 miles of coastline, and the sunny beach city is teeming with underwater treasures in the marine life and colourful corals of castaway islands in the Giftun National Park.

Holidaymakers will find year-round sunshine, ideal for world-renowned scuba diving in the Red Sea, echos of history in the old town of El Dahar, and modern shopping squares in the Sekalla district – it’s no wonder cosmopolitan Hurghada is a holiday hit with Brits.

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Where to stay

Tui offers all-inclusive holidays to Premier Le Reve, a resort on a private beach in Sahl Hasheesh. The adults-only hotel offers a tranquil environment with four sea-view pools, nightly live music and invigorating massages in its spa.

There are themed buffets five times a week including Egyptian, French and Italian cuisines, a fully stocked in-room minibar, and once a week all-inclusive guests can dine at one of the four à la carte restaurants. VIP package guests will even have access to the resort’s crowning jewel, a glass-dome pool on the fifth floor.

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