Getting Around SafagaThe bus station is near the southern end of town.
About 1.5km north of the bus station is the service taxi station, followed by the port entrance (for ferries to Saudi Arabia).
There are regular passenger boats from Safaga to Duba (Saudi Arabia), and services to Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) during the hajj.
Safaga is located along the main coastal highway, 53km south of Hurghada. There are seven daily buses to Cairo (E£65 to E£75, seven to eight hours) and regular daily departures to
Suez (E£40 to E£45, five to six hours), which also stop in Hurghada (E£10, one hour). There are also a few daily departures to Al-Quseir (E£10, one hour), Marsa Alam (E£25 to E£30, three hours) and Shalatein (E£50, seven hours).
Public Servees “Mini-Van”
This type of cars is also available in case you need it. To Cairo (E£ 145 to E£190 per person, seven hours), Hurghada (E£ 55, one hour), Al-Quseir (E£75, one hour) and Marsa Alam (E£65 to £90, two to three hours).