Palm Beach Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Cornish Road, City Entrance on Cairo-Hurghada Road, Hurghada, Egypt
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Forum Posts

Convoy Hurghada - Luxor - Hurghada

by globetrotter54

I just learned that there is no longer a convoy between Hurghada - Luxor - Hurghada.
However that only applies between 6 am and 6 pm. Does this mean you have to be at the destination before 6 pm? leaving Hurghada approx 12 PM. This means that if you just want to go for a day to Luxor you have to leave again around 12 pm the other day?

Is there any one how knows the exact rules.



Re: Convoy Hurghada - Luxor - Hurghada

by Stanislavovha

tourist buses go all together like big group from a check point in Hurgada to a check point in Luxor. The police does for them "green" road - limits a traffic. This group leaves Hurgada around 6-00 morning and leaves Luxor around 18-00 evening. If you wish to spend night in Luxor - you can return back just in evening of next day

Re: Convoy Hurghada - Luxor - Hurghada

by derryguy1

Hi there travelling across the Eastern desert from Hurghada to Luxor and from Luxor to Hurghada can only been done outside the convoy during daylight hours, as if you attempt to travel back outside daylight hours you will be turned back by the police, the reason for this is the road is not that safe and for this reason they have imposed restrictions on tourists travelling, from 6PM in the evening there is still an organised convoy that returns from Luxor and in most cases it is better to join this convoy for the return journey there is a later convoy from Luxor but you will need to check locally for the times, as with travel from Hurghada this is also restricted to daylight hours for the same reasons, for those travelling to Cairo from Hurghada you must still join the convoy at El Gouna just north of Hurghada, returning from Cairo there is no Convoy.
All daylight restrictions have also been lifted from travelling from Luxor to Aswan, but again if you intend to travel in the evening or overnight you will still have to join the convoy for the journey.
The convoy from Aswan to Abu Simbel remains in place and currently there are no plans to ease the restrictions on all other convoy routes including those in Siani.
I hope that this information helps you if you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact me.

Re: Convoy Hurghada - Luxor - Hurghada

by creativeillusion

Tacking onto this question, I am trying to understand the same thing. I am traveling from Luxor to Hurghada. How do you become a part of the convoy? The only transportation options (by bus) I have found are either private companies or public bus system. Do you have to take a private co. to be part of the convoy? Are the public buses safe enough to take during the day?


Travel Tips for Hurghada

Rebar Skyline

by kenmerk

You will see a god awful lot of this in and around Hurghada. Half finished houses, stores, hotels, restaurants,,,, whatever.

It makes for something of an eyesore to see the many unfinished buildings about that line the streeets here.

I'm told that part of this is cultural. Egyptian people will build things as they have money available to do so. So, rather than waiting till you have all the money ready to finish something, they kind of build it as they have the means.

Enough money for a foundation, put in the foundation, Enough money for the wall, put up the wall... Actually you see this kind of thing all over Egypt... Kinda looks like the whole country is always under construction...

Wreck Diving off shore from Hurghada

by DSwede

In my opinion Hurghada is more the vacation spot to relax on the beach. There is not much to the town besides the typical bazars, shops and markets. There are however, some wonderful finds underwater.

The local waters are decent diving, but if you have time, it is the closest departure port of diving ”The Brothers” Islands. Its a multi-day trip.

Hed kandi

by NotSahara

This is proberbly the most proper club you can find in Hughada. The coctails are great, the music is amazing but the most fun is the special parties!

The club is also open day time, when its perfect for the POOL PARTIES!
They are actually having a pool in the club so, if you are bored one day and dont want to go to the beach and struggle with the sand - hed kandis pool party- have a drink and enjoy!

Its a good club but also therefor the prices are not verry tasty for the small wallet.

A tip tho is for ladies; Ladies night at Hed Kandi - Thursdays and fridays - free entry and 2 coctails for all ladies ! Proper sexy wear!

Don't Miss The Fresh Seafood! :)

by Beograd about Fish House

The inside of the restaurant is beautiful,and not only that tourist come here, but the locals as well. The waiters are dressed as sailors with funny little hats that every visitor gets. While you dine you listen to some soft music that is very apetizing. If you are lucky, you can get a nice table beside the window and have a view to Hurghada's main street.

The restaurant is aircondishoned. Schrimps and calamari are the best.

desert bikes

by TomorrowsAngel

We hired quad bikes and followed our guide over sunbaked sand judder bars for miles.
Eventually we came to a stop at the foot of a reasonably high hill made of sand and rock, held together by tussock.
We climbed to the top and then the guide made us run down the sand dune side all the way to the bottom.
Riding back in the dark wasn't so great as visibility was at a minimal. But the stars and flickering city lights in the distance looked beautiful.
It cost LE 150 per bike (for 2 people to share) and LE 100 per bike (just for one person).


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 Palm Beach Resort

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Address: Cornish Road, City Entrance on Cairo-Hurghada Road, Hurghada, Egypt