For those who appreciate the water and the beach, Hurghada offers a range of activities. Scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, para sailing, and jetskiing are among the activities available. You may also take a glass boat (a boat with a glass bottom) to observe the incredible coral reefs and underwater beauty.
The Red Sea, which is ideal for diving or snorkeling, is the primary reason to visit Hurghada. Just 10 meters from the shore, you can see spectacular coral reefs and hundreds of different types of tropical fish. Again, your hotel will either have dive escorts on site or can organise a scuba diving tour with guides. Scuba diving (2 dives) costs between $50 and $65 USD. The divers are all locals who are great with novices. To scuba dive, you do not need to know how to swim.
In late March, the water may be a little chilly, necessitating the use of a wet suit. In late March, it may also be windy (or not). Check to see whether your beach resort hotel has beach windscreens.
You may even ride motorcycles or beach buggies into the desert for a desert experience.
Trips to Luxor and Cairo are organized on a daily basis. The Nile in Luxor is well-known, as are the Great Pyramids and Sphinx at Giza! Cairo. A day trip to Cairo and return, including sights and bus transportation, costs about £120. To Luxor, expect to pay roughly £80, including the clash travel; unfortunately, this trip takes 4 hours each way.