Egypt

Egypt is the center of cultural and spiritual life of the Arabic countries that has numerous ancient monuments of the Egyptian civilization. One more unique treasure is located here – the Red Sea – one of the most exotic places on our planet. Due to the fact that the rivers carrying the clay don’t flow into the Red Sea, water remains clear from the surface to the bottom.
The Red Sea attracts divers from all the countries with a unique and abundant underwater world with picturesque coral gardens, schools of colorful fish, wrecks and huge marine dwellers.
This sea is the warmest and the closest to Europe. It is also one of the best regions in the world offering diving service.There is a wide choice of safari yachts and dive centers and price totally corresponds the offered quality. Here it is possible to find options that will suit any taste and opportunity.

Location: a part of Sinai Peninsula, north-east of Africa, south-west of Asia

What to see: a variety of corals, nudibranchs, gorgonarias, anemones, barracudas, snappers, groupers, turtles, eagle rays, manta rays, morays, octopuses, hammerhead and whale sharks, grey reef sharks, dolphins, dugongs, soldierfish, angelfish, tunas, surgeonfish, devilfish, clownfish, rabbitfish, angelfish, goatfish, bannerfish, butterflyfish, cornetfish, parrotfish, lionfish etc.

Depth: 5-40m/16-131ft    Currents: 1-3knots    Visibility: 20-40m/65-131ft

Season for diving: All year round. The water temperature varies between 22-30C/72-86F. However, the best visibility is in winter and some animals can be spotted only during this season as they prefer cool water. Here is our guide to help you choosing a perfect itinerary and boat for your Red Sea (Egypt) liveaboard trip.

Location: a part of Sinai Peninsula, north-east of Africa, south-west of Asia


What to see: a variety of corals, nudibranchs, gorgonarias, anemones, barracudas, snappers, groupers, turtles, eagle rays, manta rays, morays, octopuses, hammerhead and whale sharks, grey reef sharks, dolphins, dugongs, soldierfish, angelfish, tunas, surgeonfish, devilfish, clownfish, rabbitfish, angelfish, goatfish, bannerfish, butterflyfish, cornetfish, parrotfish, lionfish etc.


Depth: 5-40m/16-131ft


Currents: 1-3knots


Visibility: 20-40m/65-131ft


Season for diving: All year round.


The water temperature varies between 22-30C/72-86F. However, the best visibility is in winter and some animals can be spotted only during this season as they prefer cool water.

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