We Offer Diving Boat trips to Gabr Elbent in Dahab, Ras Mohamed and Straits of Tiran in Sharm Elsheikh.
Of course, we have wreck diving trips to SS-THISTLEGORM, Dunraven, The remains of the Yolanda and De Lara wrecks.
Also, we offer car safari to Ras Abu Galum with the option of diving and snorkeling.
At last, we offer car safari to Nabq Nature reserve and Ras Mohamed Nature reserve.
What's included: Transportation from the dive center, 2 dives (3rd is optional), Soft drinks, water, Snacks or Breakfast according to the plan and Lunch.
Ras Abu Galum
A more remote location which we can reach by vehicle and usually takes up a whole day. The shoreline is like a tropical paradise and the water is crystal clear with so much to see from as shallow as 2m!
The richness of the dive sites here are definitely worth using up a whole day of your holiday, where else could you dive, eat, sleep, sunbathe, relax and dive some more all in 1 day!
Situated in the Ras Mohammad National Park, a number of dive sites are on offer during this dive excursion from the Shark Observatory, Jack Fish alley, Raz Ghoslani and The famous Shark Reef and Yolanda Reef.
You would never get bored of revisiting the beautiful Ras Mohammad National Park.
Straits Of Tiran
Situated between the Sinai Peninsula and the Island of Tiran and Sanafir. Due to the strong current which can be found in the area, the Reefs are teaming with life big and small.
Any trip to the Straights of Tiran start with a boat trip of approximately 1 1/2 hours from Sharm. The site is made up of 4 Reefs, Thomas, Gordon, Jackson and Woodhouse.
The straights of Tiran are a must dive location during your stay on the Sinai Peninsula.
Gabr El Bent
One of the most phenomenal and spectacular dive locations, offering lots of versatile diving all in one place.
If you would love the chance to encounter Large Pelagics, Mantas, Eagle Rays, Dolphins and Whale Sharks then Gabr El Bint would be the spot!
Join us for an exclusive trip to Gabr El Bint, A day that will have a little bit of everything to one of the most beautiful and exciting dive sites on this coast.
The opportunity for this to be an over night excursion is available based upon demand/Request.
Probably one of the most famous Wreck dives in the world and always features on the list of top 10 places to dive.
The site of the WWII British merchant ship which was sunk by the German Airforce in 1941. The ship is unique as she still rest the right way up and still contains most of her cargo which is visible should you enter the chambers below deck.
Thistlegorm simply must be on every diver’s bucket list!
Nestled in the depth of the Red Sea, in a captivating dive site.
The British ship sank in 1876 and was discovered again in 1977.
The wreck lies upside down and is home to a variety of marine life.
It's a great spot for divers who enjoy exploring the blend of history and natural beauty in a breathtaking underwater tableau.
The remains of the Yolanda Wreck
It's a fascinating site for divers. this cargo ship met it's end in 1980, leaving behind a scattered trail of it's cargo, which includes toilets, bathtubs, and sinks. The wreckage combined with the abundant marine life that has claimed the site as it's home, makes for a uniquely surreal and vibrant underwater landscape.
It's a must visit for those seeking a one of a kind diving experience.
De Lara Wrecks
It's an alluring dive site. This Italian cargo ship sank in the mid 20th century and now rests on sandy seabed.
The wreck largely intact has become a thriving habitat for a variety of marine life.
Divers can explore the ship's structure including its cargo holds and engine room, offering a thrilling glimpse into the past.
It's a captivating spot for those intrigued by maritime history and underwater exploration.
Nabq Nature reserve
Known for it's unique mangrove forests, flourishing coral reefs, and divers bird species, it's a paradise for nature lovers.
The reserve offers a serene escape from the hustle, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in its tranquil beauty.
It's an ideal spot for those seeking adventure, wildlife spotting, or simply a peaceful stroll amidst nature.
Ras Mohamed Nature reserve
It's an incredible natural gem located at the most southern tip of Sinai. Renowned for its breathtakingly beautiful coral reefs and diverse marine life, it's a haven for snorkelers and divers alike.
On land, the park is home to a variety of rare bird species, desert foxes, and even Mangrove forests.
with its stunning landscape both above and below the water, Ras Mohamed offers a unique blend of terrestrial and aquatic adventures.