Helioland Beach Resort

Address: El Quesseir Road, El Quseir, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on El Quesseir Road, El Quseir.
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Travel Blogs from El Quseir


A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Oct 28, 2015

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... of a dispute about the service charge, I wouldn’t pay it, there wasn’t any service, the owner came out and I asked him if he paid his staff to chat up girls or to serve people, well you know where this went, I never paid the service charge and he got told to serve people not just chat up the girls, he looked daggers at me, oh well it happens

I went off for ice cream

Everyone is going off on a boat today, either diving or snorkelling, I ...

Valley of the Kings - and more temples...

A travel blog entry by undertone on Oct 15, 2015

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... trip back to the port of Safaga. The drive is in two parts, firstly the Nile irrigation region which has a lot of fairly subsistence level farming activity (mostly sugar cane and wheat, some cattle), secondly the desert stage which as you can imagine is pretty desolate. The port of Safaga is not the prettiest place you'll ever see and reinforces that Egypt, if not a third world country is certainly ...

Things we have seen at sea

A travel blog entry by kavking1 on Apr 19, 2015

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... a US Navy Commander. Then drinks in the cabin of Kim and Julian, Australian GP and advertising exec (none of us remembered their cabin number, so a certain amount of chaos there) followed by an Asian-themed dinner in the Lido Alternative. Lovely food. KK had the sake matching option so diary now stops for tonight. A tad wasted. Tomorrow is Petra and 5 miles of bare sun walking. ...

Diving in the south...

A travel blog entry by kit_kat on Jun 05, 2011

... the caves don't really go deeper than 5m, Ruben pointed out that you couldn't get a better introduction to cave diving and he was right.

It was awesome swimming into small caverns in the reef table and then emerging into shallow, open lagoons cut out of the coral.

We found a beautiful nudibranch, which was exciting and we also saw a banded snake eel hunting one of the worms that lives in the sand, which was really cool.

After almost an hour of squeezing ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by mattglawrence on May 13, 2009

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... really shouldn't have the opportunity to travel like this, but the group really is starting to get used to it.   The resort complex is HUGE and our rooms are really bungalows with a small rock patio facing the sea.  Our room isn't right on the water but from the patio we sure can see the Red Sea.   But I do want to back up to the trip between Luxor and El Quseir.  We departed, heading away from the Nile River valley and toward the Eastern Desert of Egypt.  There are two different ...