Sol Y Mar Makadi Sun

Address: Madinat Makadi, Makadi Bay, Red Sea and Sinai, 178, Egypt | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort is located on Madinat Makadi, Makadi Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Makadi Bay

Snorkling and beach

A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 06, 2014

10 photos

... for an hour or so then get our snorkel equipment and head back to the boat for a short 15 minute ride to the coral reef where we will snorkel, This is my 5th or 6th time snorkeling and it is something I have really come to enjoy doing on vacation. The reef is beautiful and calm but we do not see a whole bunch of fish, none the less it is very enjoyable. As I ...

Goodbye Luxor Hello Hurghada

A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 03, 2014

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... isle of sphinx. Here is where we said good bye to our leader Ahmed and most of our group although two are heading to the Hurghada resort area as well and we will make the 3 1/2 hour drive together.
We have arrived in Hurghada and have been upgraded to the Sonesta Pharoah hotel. It is huge and very busy with Russian tourists would have actually preferred something a little quieter and smaller but it is beautiful. Ready for a good nights ...

May 8, 2012 - Luxor (Safaga), Egypt - Day 27

A travel blog entry by raymoffat on May 08, 2012

2 comments, 10 photos

... of the Pharaohs awaiting immortality. It is her that the English Egyptologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun on November 4, 1922.

Temple of Hatshepsut is one of the finest monuments of ancient Egypt. Carved from sheer limestone cliffs of the Theban Mountains, the temple contains beautiful reliefs depicting Queen Hatshepsut’s life and is a timeless tribute to the ingenuity and creativity of the Pharaonic ...

Desert Camp to Luxor

A travel blog entry by miguel.ta on Jan 19, 2012

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... were tired and my arms joined them as hundreds of kids along the roadside cheered us on. Unfortunately it turned a little nasty, sugar cane grows along the side of the road and some kids decided to use it to try and cane us as we cycled by, Steve got a good old caning(no pun intended) on the backside but they missed me. We also got stones thrown at us which fortunately did not hit us. Back at camp war stories were told of ...

Temples of Karnak and Luxor

A travel blog entry by ospry on Apr 02, 2011

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... other locations. We were only on a few main streets so there could have been many others out of sight on the side streets.

Luxor was clean, friendly, and service oriented. Despite what we had heard, the street vendors were not any more aggressive than anywhere else we’ve been.

Along the highway from Luxor to Safaga the military, or ...