Egypt is a very popular holiday destination in North Africa as it attracts a wide variety of visitor. There are those seeking a relaxing beach holiday or a Nile cruise; those who fancy trekking through the desert; those with an interest in antiquities. The latter group would generally be based in Cairo but with continuing political unrest, visitors should check the advice from the Foreign Office regarding the safety of their trip. While the advice may be to avoid large cities, the Red Sea coastal resorts remain open for business and there are some great bargains on offer. If you are looking for a guarantee of sunshine, warm clear water, luxurious accommodation and great service, choose from the likes of Sharm el Sheikh, Hurghada or Marsa Alam. Those for whom winter appears never-ending and who feel the need to top up their vitamin D levels should consider an Egypt holiday. Temperatures in the winter months remain in the mid to high twenties, a pleasant change from home. Be aware that summer temperatures can be searingly hot.
The Red Sea holiday resorts offer long stretches of glistening soft sand. Where coral reefs are close to the shore access to the water is via pontoons which take you into deeper water. This is great for snorkellers but not so good for those with young children. However, where this is the case, the larger hotel complexes construct artificial beaches, perfect for toddlers. The more energetic holidaymaker can choose from a variety of water sports. Scuba diving and snorkelling are particularly popular as the fertile reefs have an abundance of wonderful marine life.
Low cost airlines operate flights to Egypt from many regional airports which help to keep journey times short and the cost down. You can check on the Cheekytrip website for the availabilty of holidays from your local airport.
Egypt holidays have a great range of accommodation and the purpose built resorts of the Red Sea coast all offer high standards of comfort and service. Do check out the all inclusive holidays to Egypt especially when travelling with children. If you are ever dipping into your pockets for snacks and drinks, you may find it is easy to go over budget. All things considered, the all inclusive may offer the best value for money, especially with a discounted price tag. Restaurants serve a wide variety of local fare and international cuisine and cater for all tastes. Nightlife is generally low key and hotel based. All resorts offer a range of shops and market stalls so you have ample opportunity to buy your gifts and souvenirs. Remember to haggle over the price which will always be grossly inflated. Whether we are doing our supermarket shopping or changing the car, we are all on the lookout for a bargain. Your annual holiday is no different but to find the best Egypt holiday can be time consuming and more than a little tedious. To avoid this task, use our price comparison site, Cheekytrip especially for last minute holidays to Egypt and late deals when you can pick up a bargain from as low as £153, and that's for an all inclusive package holiday to Egypt! Simply enter into our search facility your point of departure, your dates and destination and within a few seconds we'll find you the Egypt holiday that gives you the best deal. We will find you offers from over thirty travel companies, including some of the market leaders, who are all competing for your custom. This inevitably leads to some great holiday bargains. As the very best offers change daily, don't delay. Ring now.