Late Deals to Egypt

Late deals to Egypt will offer you some of the most fantastic sights of the ancient world, brought alive in the modern world. With over 4000 years of history to discover, you can spend your holiday soaking up its amazing history, basking in its scorching sunshine, or a very pleasant mixture of both.

Egypt & Red Sea Deals

Last Minute Holidays to Egypt

With just a 5 hour flying time from the UK, this amazing country offers 11 hours of sunshine a day during peak season and also temperatures that can top 35 degrees, making the cooler winter months an excellent choice for a winter holiday.

Egypt has the Mediterranean Sea to the north and Red Sea to the east. It also boasts the longest river in the world as the River Nile runs through from Africa out into the Mediterranean Sea; over 4000 miles long.

The Red Sea area of Egypt on the Sinai Peninsula is famous for its diving. With excellent coral reefs and even the odd shipwreck to investigate, this area offers official PADI diving courses and trips for beginners. Last minute holidays to Egypt give you the opportunity to sample the varied nightlife of the Red Sea which includes authentic Egyptian dancing with vibrant bars and nightclubs, or experience some real Egyptian living by taking a trip out to a genuine Bedouin Camp. You’ll find old bazaars with traditional haggling mixed with stylish shops selling designer goods.

Currency: Egyptian Pound

Language: Arabic

Time Difference: GMT: +2

Population: Approx 81122000

Religion: Islam



Hurghada holidays will find you in a bustling, vibrant resort that started life as a sleepy little fishing village. Hurghada is now a Mecca for party goers and water sport enthusiasts with snorkelling and scuba diving taking top priority.


Luxor holidays can only be described as an absolutely fascinating experience, and the city is frequently referred to as the world's greatest open air museum due to the staggering amount of excellently preserved monuments dating back over 4000 years.

Marsa Alam

Marsa Alam holidays are a relatively new concept as this is still a fairly new up and coming resort. Built up from a small fishing village, this increasingly popular choice is set to firmly compete with Sharm el Sheikh for your affections.

Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm el Sheikh is located on the Sinai Peninsular and is surrounded by desert and red mountains, with man made sand and pebble beaches shelving gently into the calm shallow waters of the Red Sea

Pyramids, scuba diving and crystal clear waters

The resort of Hurghada, with its mixture of old bazaars, beautiful beaches and vibrant nightlife is a popular choice from which to experience the Red Sea region, with its slightly quieter neighbour El Gouna, a more laid back option. Marsa Alam, a new and more relaxing option, is ideal for families with a mixture of 3, 4 and 5 star hotels, and also nearby airport keeping transfer times to a minimum. Perhaps the most popular and up and coming resort in this part of the Red Sea is the purpose built Sharm El Sheikh. Lodged between the vast sands of the Sinai Desert and crystal clear waters of the Red Sea, this vibrant stretch of hotels has so much to offer. With all inclusive options meaning you need never leave your complex. For those serious divers a trip out to the Ras Mohammed National Park cannot be missed.

A holiday to Taba, will offer sensational sunsets, with a laid back atmosphere. Most of the entertainment is based around your hotel so there is no need to venture far unless you want to. Again, the diving and snorkelling in this area are exceptional, as are some of the sights you can visit, like the Lost City of Petra, or the Egyptian capital Cairo. A city of contrast with its bustling centre and amazing sights, whether you stay in Cairo or just visit it for a day, you cannot leave without witnessing one of the most amazing sights in the world; the Pyramids of Giza, guarded by the breathtaking Sphinx. The resort of Luxor will engulf you in history, on the east bank lies the Karnak Temple, or on the west bank the equally impressive Valley of the Kings and Tomb of Tutankhamen. With accommodation ranging from lovely holiday apartments to luxurious hotels, whether basing your holiday here or just sightseeing, you will be left totally amazed by its rich history and stunning beauty.

If you can’t decide where to stay or what to do first, then try a Nile Cruise. A relaxing way to discover ancient Egypt with an ever changing horizon, explore as much or as little as you like, or combine a cruise with another week in any of the wondrous resorts Egypt has to offer. Once you’ve experienced Egypt, you’ll want to return again and again, from the depths of the colourful coral reefs, to the tips of the awe-inspiring pyramids; Egypt is a holiday you will never forget. Late deals to Egypt are available to book online here at

Places to Visit

Pyramids of Giza

Built during the Old Kingdom of Egypt, the Giza pyramids and the Great Sphinx are a must see experience forming an integral part of Egypts travel industry.

Red Sea Riviera

Egypt’s tourist hotspot famed for its climate, fantastic beaches and coral reefs.Resorts such as Sharm El Sheikh, Taba, and Hurghada offer all inclusive facilities and accommodations. Enjoy breathtaking scenery and all types of sea life that inhabit the wonderful seas of the area.


Visit the Karnak Temple complexes or the Valley of the Kings. Luxor is possibly the worlds greatest open air museum. Luxor is also the base for a Nile cruise sail up the Nile and see the Aswan Dam.