Egypt’s coral reefs and marine life offer an
unparalleled scuba diving and snorkeling experience. The
Red Sea cities of Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh offer
some of the world’s rarest and most brilliant varieties
of corals and fish. No dive would be complete without
exploring the depth of the Blue Hole in Dahab, or
visiting Ras Mohammed on the tip of the Sinai Penninsula.
Ras Mohammed - a declared national park- is renowned for
being one of the world’s best diving spots featuring the
most exquisite coral reefs and exotic marine life.
For a trace of history, diving expeditions are
organized off the shores of Alexandria, where the ruins
of Cleopatra’s Temple can be found and viewed at the
bottom of the sea.
There is an abundance of hotels and camping
grounds which serve the best dive sites and centers.
Diving courses are available and are relatively
inexpensive. The shore dives offer a safe learning
ground for open water diving. All the diving centers
offer PADI, BSAC or CMAS certifications; which entitle
you to dive anywhere in the world. More