Hurghadha lies on a crescent-shaped bay with rugged mountains, 237 miles south of Suez. It is the foremost tourist resort on the Red Sea coast and an international centre for aquatic sports. You can enjoy windsurfing, sailing, deep-sea fishing, swimming, snorkelling and diving in the Red Sea. The unique underwater gardens offshore are some of the finest in the world. The warm waters here support many varieties of rare fish and coral reefs, which you can watch through glass bottom boats. While in Hurghada, don't miss the museum and aquarium, with their impressive collection of flora and fauna of the Red Sea. Hurghadha is also known as a party town because of its many clubs. It is also a beach resort, where tourists come to enjoy the sun. The larger resorts have zoos, playgrounds, discos, bars, pools and small theatres.
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