Hurghada's Luxury Attraction
Rainforest & Arabian tent
Mini Zoo & Fossil museum
Fresh & Marine Aquarium
Underwater tunnel & more
Hurghada Grand Aquarium opens the window to a whole new world of marine life in the Red Sea.
Get a close up glimpse of the attractive sea creatures. It is very well preserved, and properly show cased.
Flashy fishes. Colorful crustaceans. Riveting reptiles. Meet them all in our new special exhibition!
Get an insider's look at the Aquarium by exploring exhibits with our most seasoned guides.
In this live program aimed at our younger visitors, learn how aquarists feed and care for our species
The Sea sustains all life on Earth. mainly our very survival depends on healthy seas.
Hurghada Grand Aquarium is a public aquarium in Hurghada red sea, Egypt. It houses more than 100 animals, representing 1,200 species,
all of which reside in 1 million US gallons (3,500 m3) of marine and fresh water.
The aquarium’s animals are displayed in 24 different galleries
1 million US gallons (3,500 m3) of marine and fresh water.
The Ocean tank contains 475,000 gallons (1,800 m3) of water and several hundred fish from about 20 species.
It measures 1072.83 ft (327m) and the depth ranges between 16 ft and 19 ft (5.1 and 6.1 m), making it one of the largest indoor aquatic habitat in the world.
The Aquarium’s founding chairmen is largely credited with the creation of the aquarium, from the design of the structure to the procurement of animals for the exhibits.
Fabulous place where you walk in-between sea life.A very new idea in Egypt , Good value for money and a day to remember.
Its an AMAZING Aquarium or kids and adults also a lot of fish, snake, shark, Friendly staff alot of places to take photos and vedio wow bridge up to take more photos from up.
The Red Sea in Glass (Hurghada Grand Aquarium) is a public aquarium in Hurghada red sea, Egypt. It houses more than 100 animals,
representing 1,200 species, all of which reside in 1 million US gallons (3,500 m3) of marine and fresh water
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