on a coral reef beach at the Red Sea (Egypt)


Coral Beach Resort in Hurghada, Egypt, is an ideal place where naturists can enjoy one of the richest marine ecosystems – coral reefs of the Red Sea – without having to wear swimsuits. It is the right place to feel unity with the nature: fishes there are not only immensely diverse but are also quite tame! And since life in the coral reef is concentrated in 2-5 upper meters of the sea, it is easy to observe it without much of equipment: snorkeling is perfect.  Just dip into the water, and you will see a world utterly different from the surrounding desert, and quite like nowhere else!

naturist 0003 Rotana Resort Coral Beach, Hurghada, Egypt

I wish I had my underwater camera that time…

It is also a unique place in the entire North Africa and Near East region, besides Israel, where nudists are officially tolerated, including the Egyptian staff of the hotel. However, the web site of the hotel does not include information about the beach, probably to avoid problems with authorities who might not like it. The nudist part of the beach is about several hundreds meters long,

naturist 0000 Rotana Resort Coral Beach, Hurghada, Egypt

but only the first 50 or so are equipped (this area is exactly shown on the map).naturist 0001 Rotana Resort Coral Beach, Hurghada, Egypt

There are wind- and sun-protecting shields and huts at your disposal.

view 0001 Rotana Resort, Hurghada, Egypt

You could of course hang out naked in your bungalow too, but it’s not why you would go there, right?

The best thing about this resort, is that you can swim as you like all along the vast coral reefs.

naturist 0004 Rotana Resort Coral Beach, Hurghada, Egypt

I think we are pretty clear on this website that swimsuits are a nuisance😉 Given the warmth of the Red Sea waters, you won’t need a wetsuit for snorkeling either!

naturist 0005 Rotana Resort Coral Beach, Hurghada, Egypt

Besides hours of swimming (the water is so warm that you can really stay for a few hours in the sea), other water activities are available at the resort as well.

osprey 0000 Rotana Resort, Hurghada, Egypt

I saw several ospreys there; it was quite a show when they went on fishing spree!

But even without all this, just looking at those crystal clear waters can be mesmarizing. naturist 0002 Rotana Resort Coral Beach, Hurghada, Egypt

You can also observe the sunrise over the sea

view 0000 Rotana Resort, Hurghada, Egypt

and sunset over the desert.

view 0002 Rotana Resort, Hurghada, Egypt

There won’t be a shortage of sun in Hurghada, you needn’t worry about the weather to get your all-over tan!)

naturist 0006 Rotana Resort Coral Beach, Hurghada, Egypt

72 thoughts on “on a coral reef beach at the Red Sea (Egypt)

          1. Hey guys am interested too looking for a nude weekend and wonder still there same beach on hurgada working for egyptians or not


  1. I was with my friend , no egyption in the nude area ,if i was a guest i would fight with them espicaly they have clear sign nude beach!
    Any way i look for remote area evry trip to swim and have tan nude


    1. Maybe our mistake was to stand and look to sea from time to time when noise happen from guests
      That why the old man complian as stuff not allowed in this area


    1. I stayed in Oberoi i walked on beach and nos security was there i stayed for about 3 hours till on of the guest told the stuf and then someone came and told us this place for the pepole who has Psoriasis and u have to swim other side it was in may


      1. I think they said that to you go but it is strange for a gueat to do that
        How many guests? And any other egyptians there ? You went alone ?
        Tell us more🙂


  2. Wow! What an awesome place, so beautiful and serene…I have yet to travel to North Africa, and now thinking of planning a trio there (to this resort) very soon! It must be very liberating to be natural in natural surroundings. I cannot wait to travel there. By the way, your body is beautiful, it is perfection in everyway, I don’t believe I’ve seen such a lithe and symmetric body…you are very blessed young man…truly blessed 😊
    Thank you for sharing your activities and the reefs with us!


    1. Hello Ahmed
      I went there 3 times and search for sharing nudism with Egyptians too
      i want to go back but that is not legal now there for us !


  3. OMG! thanks a lot for your post. I wish i could have seen it before. I am an Egyptian and i enjoyed nude beaches in UK and in Sweden but i never knew that there is some in Egypt! Would definitely try one as soon as possible. If anyone is interested to join please let me know and we could plan something out (getting nude partners in Egypt is harder that finding a nude beach actually).

    Thanks again and i will make sure to follow your posts.


  4. I’m Egyptian live in Cairo
    I love to share others nudists
    let me know when you will come to Egypt and where and I will join
    let us fix date so we can visit all together


    1. Will stay at the Robinson Club Soma Bay between 31 May and 10 June 2014; of course, I will enjoy the Egyptian sun naked in the Wellfit Area (with luxurious wooden sunbeds equipped with thick and comfortable mattresses); don’t know if this club hotel can be booked separately without having a package tour, which was reserved through a touroperator (TUI in this case)


        1. Shukran Alaa for the useful link, but I booked my holidays in the Robinson Club Soma Bay already as a package tour through Robinson (TUI) in Holland; my remark about booking this club was meant for those wishing to make reservations there without flights, transfers etc.; anyway, your link is useful for all potential visitors


          1. thanks for these links, guys! I miss that beach, it has the best coral reef for snorkeling that I’ve seen so far. I definitely need to come back with an underwater camera😉


  5. For all nudists who wish to enjoy Egypt naked: Robinson Club Soma Bay has a huge WellFit area (saunas, steam bath, showers, terrace, clean toilets, free water) and a pool, which can also be used without swimwear; furthermore, its neighbour hotel (Kempinski Soma Bay) offers superb spa facilities with an immense spa pool (featuring a sauna, steam bath, terrace, clean toilets and free water), which one can enjoy nude with some discretion (double checked with the pool boys); the same goes for the terrace surrounding this spa pool; lovely


      1. between 25th of November and 2nd of December 2015, I will visit the Kempinski Soma Bay again; naked use of the spa facilities, discrete nude use of the immense heated main jacuzzi and “enjoying” the cold (non-heated) and huge spa pool and its terrace without swimwear; hopefully, the pool boys will still be there after my visit in November/December 2014, because they allowed me to use the spa pool + terrace naked; by the way, I was the only one doing it simply because all other guests stayed around the hotel’s main (heated) outdoor pool; however, the sauna/spa/small (chilly) spa jacuzzi were used by more hotel guests and they were all naked (mixed); paradise on earth


        1. due to the current situation in Egypt, I decided to cancel this trip; will now go to Gran Canaria where public nudity is hardly an issue


  6. maybe you should try to book it directly? otherwise i have no idea… when i went there i lived in moscow and booked it through a russian agency. it's really great for snorkelling, i highly recommend. let me know how it went


  7. Hello there, together with my girlfirend we wish to visit the rotana resort you mentioned, but incredible to say, from the netherlands you cannot book it and many tour operators do not work with them anymore. Any idea with who they work with so to be able to reserve? thanks a lottomamsterdam@hotmail.co.uk


  8. i don’t know how more specificly i can describe them than in the text above. if u click on on the name of the resort, u’ll get to the web site of the hotel to which the naturist beach belongs. and “it is exactly shown on the map” – click on THE MAP and u will see where the beach is. let me know about ur experience and enjoy!


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