Paradise Island is a naturally beautiful bay on the ecologically protected Giftun Island, just 50 minutes by boat from El Gouna. It offers its visitors a beautiful natural bay surrounded by pristine coral reefs with fantastic marine life. Beautiful golden sandy beaches with sheltered areas, shady wooden benches, beanbag chairs, wooden cabins, and more await to make your stay with us a memorable one. A relaxing and unforgettable experience.
Enjoy a wonderful visit to Paradise Island, and explore this beautiful place on this day trip while sunning, snorkeling, and relaxing all day long. Come with us to the Red Sea and enjoy a unique boat trip to Paradise Island with its amazing sandy beach and unforgettable taste. A fun excursion for snorkeling, island feel, and water fun. Explore the colorful underwater world now and relax with us on Paradise Island. In addition to beautiful nature experiences, this excursion promises an unforgettable day on the boat. Explore the amazing underwater world of Paradise Island Hurghada Tour and enjoy small breathtaking stops at different locations.
Paradise Island Snorkeling Trip from El Gouna
Paradise Island Snorkeling Tour is one of the top-rated snorkeling tours in Hurghada. Paradise Island has a beautiful white sand beach and is famous for its Caribbean vibe, white sandy beaches, and shallow coral reefs.
Paradise Island Snorkeling Tour Route
We will pick you up from your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle and take you to the port where your snorkeling tour begins. You will board the boat where you will choose a comfortable seat on the deck. There are sunny and shady places on the terrace. After the friendly crew has introduced themselves and given you a short safety briefing on board, the fantastic and breathtaking tour of the Red Sea begins for your first snorkeling session.
Admire the colorful corals and swim with a variety of exotic fish such as clown fish, butterfly fish, starfish, parrot fish, and more. Thanks to the crystal clear water, they are all amazing to look at. Also, keep an eye out for other marine life such as rays and turtles. Paradise Island Beach