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Getting to ​​​El Gouna


By Air: 
The nearest airport to El Gouna is Hurghada Airport, approximately 40km south of El Gouna. A taxi from the airport will cost approximately £40. UCPA may be able to arrange a ​transfer from the airport to the resort for approximately £50 return (up to 4 people), you can contact them for times, information and booking at elgouna@ucpaplanete.com.

It is also possible to hire a car from the airport should you wish. The address for the hotel is Dawar El Omda, El Kafr, El Gouna, Qesm Hurghada, Red Sea Governorate, Egypt.

Car hire is also available from the airport, and there is some parking available nearby off-site.

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