Things to do in El Gouna
Fancy a beach holiday with guaranteed sun? With clear skies and warm sea, there’s plenty of things to do in El Gouna as well as working up a suntan. This Egyptian resort is right on the Red Sea, where the water is 22 degrees on average and even warmer in the summer.
Thanks to the sea breeze and constant sunshine, El Gouna is a great place for all things water based. The Red Sea is well known for its wonderful sea life and both diving and snorkelling are particularly great activities here. With brightly coloured fish, huge coral reefs and warm water, this is an ideal place to take it all in whether you’re a total beginner or an experienced snorkeller.
Head out on the sea
Above the water you’ll discover that kitesurfing is very popular. While people come from all over the world to kitesurf on the Red Sea, El Gouna is a great place to try it for the first time with lots of experienced instructors and perfect conditions. If you want a trip out on the water but don’t fancy kitesurfing, head out on a boat tour to see this beautiful area from the sea.
Plenty of exciting activities
With a wake boarding and waterskiing park, this action-packed resort is a great place for the entire family, especially those with teenagers. Made up of islands, lagoons and 10km of beaches, everybody from the littlest children to the grandparents can find entertainment. In need of some relaxation? El Guona has truly indulgent spas where you can let any stress just melt away and be utterly pampered.
El Gouna is also known for its fantastic golf courses and both beginners and seasoned pros can enjoy the 18-hole courses with mountain and sea views.
Great evening entertainments
Your evenings are sorted here with live music, a wide range of restaurants and even an Art Village. Strolling the streets and admiring the Egyptian architecture is a great way to appreciate this unique country.
Whether it’s diving, kitesurfing, beach relaxation or even horseback riding in the desert, there are so many things to do in El Gouna the hardest part will be knowing where to begin!