Here you’ll find countless interconnected islands, beautiful turquoise lagoons, state of the art golf courses, luxurious beach-front resorts and an endless range of water activities.
El Gouna is an environmentally friendly destination complete with world class accommodations for all family members that offers a myriad of services and activities to suit everyone. It is located 22 km away from Hurghada and 470 km away from Cairo. Temperatures on this part of the Red Sea are extremely pleasant and moderate in winter when the average is between 17 and 25°C. Summer sees temperatures ranging between 26 and 33°C with dry weather.
With its state of the art spas, gourmet restaurants, golf courses, tennis courts, and Olympic pools this trendy cosmopolitan holiday getaway combines the best of a relaxation experience and extreme water activities. It is thus the perfect honeymoon destination on the Red Sea Riviera and even better: a dreamlike location for your wedding celebration. Imagine yourself walking hand in hand with your loved one among lush green gardens, crystal clear lagoons, before joining your guests to a stylish open-air dinner party in one of the world’s most luxurious venues.
Take a stroll down the marina boulevard while gazing at the most luxurious yachts you might ever see, sit at one of the restaurant’s terraces to enjoy a gourmet dinner under the starlit sky, or just go all the way and book a dinner on one of these dreamlike ships.
And if you’re in the mood for a little cultural adventurous escape, head to the nearby desert where you’ll be offered a glass of tea by the Bedouins and enjoy gazing at the stars in the cloudless desert sky.
This modern resort town is also aimed at providing the best specialized accommodation and entertainment options for conference and incentive programs participants. Therefore, El-Gouna has been hosting for the past few years successful multinational company meetings and incentives, where participants indulge in rewarding and exciting activities such as golfing, yachting, diving and open-sea fishing.