All the year, every day we offer for the divers diving at one of different dive sites in the Red Sea, in Hurghada and in Sharm el Sheikh. Daily diving includes 2 dives from a boat at 2 different dive sites or wrecks guided by a qualified Divemaster or Instructor. We offer too special diving – night dive, wreck dive, kids dive, etc.
The diving in Hurghada:
Hurghada is a gateway to some of the best sites in the Southern Red Sea. From beginner scuba experiences to deep and cave technical diving exploration, it is a diving destination of variety in underwater topography, marine, life and wrecks. The area is also famed for having impressive local reefs, particularly within the protected marine park of Giftun Island.
Most of the dive sites around Hurghada can be reached within 40 minutes from a boat, offering an excellent mix of options for full day trips.
Hurghada dive sites:
Gota Abu Ramada, a network of coral gardens from which the most famous is adequately named “the Aquarium”. A perfect place to learn to dive, with a profusion of Red Sea coral reef population.
Sha’ab Ruhr Umm Gamar, a dense population of reef species and pelagics crowds this relatively small reef. The site was badly damaged a few of years ago by an outburst of the Crown of Thorns sea star, but now is again a favourite of advanced divers.
Small Giftun, a spectacular site especially for technical divers, in the Giftun National Park. Sheer walls, caves, canyons, a great playground for the experienced with a profusion of giant fans and black corals and big game, including whale sharks, barracudas, oceanic white tip sharks.
Carless Reef or “moray eel house”. The site, very popular in Hurghada is accessible both to beginners and experienced divers. Two coral towers close to a plateau at 16 meters, is where a big population of friendly giant moray eels make the dive an unforgettable one
The diving in Sharm el Sheikh:
Sharm el Sheikh is located on the Southern tip of the Sinai peninsula in Egypt. The city is situated between the Red Sea and Mount Sinai. Sharm El Sheikh is credited for giving the Red Sea an international reputation as one of the world's best diving destinations.
There are three main diving regions in Sharm:
This long sandy bay was first developed in the early ‘80s. It is now complete and the seafront presents a beautiful paved walkway lined with bougainvillaea and oleander. Na'ama Bay is the place to be in the evenings. This is where shops, restaurants, bars and 'Sheesha' cafes can be found.
Ras Um Sid Cliff
This area links Na'ama Bay and Sharm El Maya. Ras Um Sid is about five minutes from Sharm. Ras Om El Seed is known for its coral reefs. The high cliff is also the locations for many hotels .
Sharm El Maya
This is the name of the old town of Sharm El Sheikh. The bay is a natural harbour and is the home port of many small boats. The sandy beach offers a profusion of palm trees. The area of Sharm El Maya has recently been developed but already has its own five star hotels. It is surrounded by three protected areas: the Ras Mohammed Natural Protected Park, the St. Katherine National Park, and the Nabq Protected Area.
Dive Site Listings:
Locals: Amphoras, Far Garden, Fiasco, Middle Garden, Naama Bay, Near Garden, Paradise, Pinky´s Wall, Ras Bob, Ras Cathy, Ras Gamila, Ras Nasrani, Ras Umm Sid, Shark Bay, Sodfa, Tempel, Tower, Turtle Bay, White Knights
Straits of Tiran: Gordon Reef, Jackson Reef, Kormoran, Ras Goma, Ras Nasrani, South Laguna, Thomas Reef, Woodhouse Reef.
Ras Mohammed: Anemone City, Eel Garden, Jackfish Alley, Ras Ghazlani, Ras Za`atar, Shark Observatory, Shark Reef, The Alternatives, The Quay, Yolanda Reef, Alternatives.
Sha`ab Mahmoud: Dunraven, Lonely Mushroom, North Passage, Small Crack, Stingray Station
Sha`ab Ali: Kingston (aka Sarah H.), Thistlegorm