Luxury Tourism Camp in Egypt (Mid Season - 7 Days)

7 Days, Multiple Departures

Luxury Tourism Camp in Egypt (Mid Season - 7 Days)
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Freshwater Swimming Pool:

Indulge in tranquility at our serene pool oasis, the perfect haven for unwinding after a morning of diving or a day of peaceful relaxation. Surrounded by a spacious patio adorned with thatched gazebos and sunbeds, you can choose between basking in the sun or enjoying the cool shade.

Accessible via full-width steps, the pool starts at a comfortable 1.2 meters in depth and gradually reaches a maximum of 3 meters, making it an excellent environment for scuba diving training in the Red Sea—an unparalleled location for diving enthusiasts. A shallow paddling pool in one corner offers a delightful spot for children to sit and read while immersed in refreshing freshwater.

For added convenience, a pool bar with waiter service is available from 11:00 am until sunset, serving refreshing drinks and ice creams. The pool operates daily from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, providing a serene retreat. Please note that there is no lifeguard on duty, and pool usage is at your own risk. Children should be supervised at all times, and glass items are not permitted in the pool area. Additionally, diving into or running around the pool is strictly prohibited.

Scuba Diving:

Discover the allure of the "Jewel of the Red Sea" at El Quseir, renowned for offering the ultimate shore-based diving experience in the Egyptian Red Sea.

Abu Sauatir stands out as an exceptional easy-entry house reef for Roots Red Sea, validated by a recent marine biology survey that documented over one-third of Red Sea fish species in the bay within a mere two-week period! What distinguishes El Quseir is the exclusivity of its dive sites – with over 80 sites and six dive centers, it epitomizes "Millionaire Diving," providing astonishing dive sites where it's just you and the marine environment, sans other divers. Enjoy straightforward shore access like Serib Kebir, where a few steps on the sandy beach lead you to vibrant fringing reefs, or opt for more challenging entries like Nafag Rene, a reef hole leading to a captivating 10-minute swim through caverns to reach the outer reef.

Close to the historic town, the harbor offers some of the region's finest diving spots. Take on "The Rock," highlighted in a recent Sport Diver article, featuring an astonishing mount adorned with hundreds of anemones and a captivating array of damselfish. Explore the extensive gardens at Ras Qusier, where jaw-dropping dives await among myriad slow-growing hard corals teeming with vibrant marine life. The 40-meter wall becomes a regular haunt for the majestic Napoleon Wrasse that frequents the region. Dive into the natural aquarium of Omar Sukan, where fast-growing hard corals stretch as far as the eye can see, creating a bustling metropolis of marine life. El Quseir promises a diving experience like no other, blending exclusivity with the breathtaking wonders of the Red Sea.

Private Beach:

Escape to a secluded, tranquil beach, far removed from the crowds, offering easy access for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. Enjoy the convenience of washrooms and freshwater showers, and indulge in beachfront dining at the cafe, serving delicious lunches and refreshing drinks. Relax on sun loungers beneath provided shades, and embrace the carefree atmosphere with complimentary beach towels. Experience the serenity of this hidden gem, providing a perfect retreat for beach enthusiasts seeking both relaxation and adventure.

About The Host

The new luxury camp reopened in January 2011 at which point there were 11 modern chalets and the core restaurant was almost completed. Plans were afoot to continue the redevelopment with further new rooms and other facilities, however, the Arab Spring uprising, unfortunately, skippered these good intentions.

As there was zero tourism in Egypt, with all but the UK canceling flights, the owner decided to close the camp. Pharaoh Dive Club at this point saw the real potential of the new concept camp and agreed with the owner to take over the operation of the luxury camp. Several years later the situation remains unchanged and their faith in the potential has proven well-founded.

As the country recovered stability and the visitor numbers increased, the refurbishment program was re-established.

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