There’s something about the sea that calls to us! Climb aboard with us and prepare yourselves as we hop between the beautiful islands of the Red Sea! And what better way to experience the world's most beautiful beaches than on a Safari boat!
Chartering your own private boat is a possibility. We've got availability for 13 to 17 pax boats. Contact us for more details!
- Swimming with the dolphins (subject to availability)
- Gubal Island
- Gasoum Island
- Abu Monkar Island
- Barbecue chilling
- Life of the Party
We will be moving from Cairo the night before Day 1 at 6 pm. The road takes around 6 hours.
On our first day we start sailing from Sheraton Marina in Hurghada. We head to visit Gubal Island where we spend our day chilling, have some fun with some volleyball and games with some snorkeling time. Egypt’s Straits of Gubal, a narrow strip of water squeezed between the Red Sea Coast and the Western shore of the Sinai Peninsula. At the gate of the Straits of Gubal is ‘Bluff Point’, which gets its name from the turbulence created by strong currents that beat the eastern wall of the island. Get ready for some beach activities like some beach volley and other fun activities. This is also where we're spending our first night under the stars with some night life party.
After enjoying our breakfast, we'll start sailing again and begin our island hopping adventure. We'll get to Gasoum Islands. While on our way you'll get to have a better view of the beauty of the Red sea and we will enjoy some awesome time on our donuts and floater fun while our BBQ is just heating up.
Swimming with the Dolphins
It's our last day on board but we still have a full day ahead. After breakfast and a refreshment dip in the water, we start sailing again. We head to Bayoud and the Dolphin house where-if we're lucky-we might get a chance to swim with some dolphins. As we swim hard we also love to party hard with stars glazing over us.
Our last day
After enjoying our breakfast, we'll continue our island hopping adventure. We'll get to the Amazing Abu Minqar Islands. Abu Minqar is located in the same Red Sea area as the Giftun Islands, but unlike Big Giftun, you won’t find any beach restaurants or bars there… or even more than a handful of people. It’s known for its mangrove trees and crystal clear waters. Today hold on tight as we will have some water madness with our crazy banana boat in the open water.
before heading back to the port just around 4pm.
Standard Lower Deck Room:
Upper Deck Suit:
Please Note: Routes and visits are weather dependent and are subject to change at the skipper's discretion
What is included in the tour
- 3 nights accommodation based on double cabins
- Meals mentioned in the itinerary
- Non-alcoholic beverages
- On Board Skippers
- Gazef Chaperone
- Kitchen & Bathroom Essentials
- Fun Games/ Water Activities
- Transportation from and to Hurghada
What is NOT included in the tour
- Personal Snacks
- Personal Tipping
- Personal Snorkeling Gear