Perfect winter getaways to Egypt with TUI

As one of the Seven Wonders of the World, exploring these ancient monumental tombs and marvelling at the secrets of the Pharaohs come top of many a traveller’s bucket list of sites to see.

But while that’s one great reason to visit, there’s actually so much more to Egypt than this.

Beyond the mesmerizing ancient sights, the country also offers some of the most breathtaking white sandy beaches, spectacular coral reefs not to mention sunshine all year round.

You could be spending one day scuba diving in the Red Sea or meandering down the River Nile by boat and the next visiting a remote beach or taking a camel ride through the desert.

To put it simply, there’s something for everyone.

Tempted? Well, with the British weather characteristically unpredictable and the summer holidays drawing to an end, it’s the perfect time to get your next getaway in the diary.

And with leading tour operator TUI now offering an extra £125 off for winter package holidays to Egypt between 1 November and 30 April 2024, it’s not going to break the bank.

So whether a trip to the pyramids is on your bucket list or not, make Egypt your next visit.

Here, we’ve narrowed down some of TUI’s top winter breaks to Egypt so you can start the countdown to your next trip.

As one of the most popular tourist hotspots, Sharm El Sheikh draws in holidaymakers with its 37-mile coastline of sandy beaches and warm turquoise waters.

Stay at The Coral Sea Holiday Resort based right on the beachfront and you can wake up every day just steps from the golden sand and sea.

Relax on a lounger cocktail in hand or enjoy the added luxury of a swim-up room for a pool right outside your door at this five-star all-inclusive resort.

With its very own water park, six restaurants, spa, kids’ club and live music, there’s so much going on it might be tempting never to leave.

If you do manage to pull yourself away though, Sharm – as you’ll hear locals call it – has a whole host of things to see and do from 4×4 safari rides along the dunes or some retail therapy at the bustling bazaars.

And it’s also just as well-known for its activities after dark. The famous strip comes alive at night with iconic nightclubs including Bora Bora and Pacha perfect for those looking to dance until the early hours. For those looking for something more traditional, head to a belly dancing show.

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Once a sleepy fishing village, Hurghada has recently exploded as both a metropolitan town and a tourist destination.

But despite modernising, it’s managed to hold onto that authentic Egyptian charm.

By day, mosey around the narrow streets of the historic old town of El Daha and visit the beautiful ​​El Mina Mosque. Or take a dive or snorkel among vibrant coral reefs and World War II wrecks like the British Navy merchant ship Thistlegorm which was sunk by German bombers in 1941.


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