A self contained village
A relative newcomer to the Red Sea holidays scene, Makadi Bay offers luxurious accommodation and excellent family facilities.
Mix this with year round sunshine and holidays to Makadi Bay become an extremely exciting option for last minute holidays at any time of the year.
Located just 30km south of Hurghada, Makadi Bay has been designed like a self contained village with its own shopping and restaurant area and a string of first class beach front accommodation.
The protection of the bay makes it an ideal destination for water sports and perfect for divers of all levels of ability. For those who don’t like diving, the calm waters are idyllic for snorkelers to observe the underwater marine life from above.
Quick Makadi Bay Tips
The currency needed on Makadi Bay holidays is the Egyptian Pound
Flights to Hurghada from the UK take around 5½ hours, depending on your departure airport
Transfer times from Hurghada Airport to Makadi Bay take around 45 minutes
You do need a visa to enter Hurghada, this is known as an entry visa and can be bought at the airport upon arrival
The time difference between Makadi Bay and the UK is GMT + 2 hours
A more laid back Red Sea resort
Windsurfing, water skiing, sailing and kayaking offer alternative pastimes and back on dry land most hotels have volleyball, tennis, table tennis, mini golf, gyms and fitness centres amongst their extensive facilities. Golf lovers will find a Gary Player course close by and you can also jump on a shuttle bus for a trip into nearby Hurghada.
When it’s time to relax just head for the beach, where soft golden sands fringed with swaying palm trees greet you. The warm shallow waters are ideal for snorkelling and swimming and perfect for families to relax and enjoy the safe surroundings.
Holidays in Makadi Bay will suit those who enjoy luxurious surroundings and a more laid back atmosphere than the likes of Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh. Book late deals to Makadi Bay at Latedeals.co.uk.
Top Places To Visit
For a change of scenery just hop on a boat and head over to Mahmya Island where you can swim and snorkel in calm, clear waters, or simply relax on the soft white sands.
Trek out into the desert to a genuine Bedouin camp where you’ll be dined and entertained before heading deeper into the desert to do a spot of star gazing. Expert astronomers will point out constellations and Jupiter and Saturn are clearly visible through the giant telescopes.
Whether you do a day trip or overnight stay, Luxor will transport you back 4,000 years to when Ancient Egypt was in full swing. From temples to tombs, make sure you have your camera ready!