Red sea “the Diving Paradise”
With beautiful coral, millions of fish, fantastic visibility, sheltered reefs, towers, pinnacles, walls, coral gardens and wrecks, the Red Sea is truly a world class scuba diving destination, it is a diving Paradise.
The Egyptian Red Sea main 3 diving areas:
* Northeastern Red Sea Coast: El Gouna, Hurghada and Safaga
* Sinai Peninsular: Sharm el Sheik, Dahab and Nuweiba
* Southeastern Red Sea Coast: El Quseir, Marsa Alam and Hamata
Famous by named the Egyptian Riviera, the coastal area runs from the Israeli border at Taba around the Sinai Peninsula through Sharm el Sheik to the Suez and south along Egypt’s eastern coast to the border with Sudan.
Each area tempts divers in its own way, but only the area from El Gouna through Hurghada and Safaga combines the Red Sea’s delights (including spectacular reefs and wrecks), with a proximity to world famous heritage sites such as Luxor and Cairo. From Hurghada you’re perfectly situated to visit the beautiful reefs, drops and walls around Giftun and Ramada Islands, yet within a day boat trip of the Abu Nuhas wreck graveyard, wreck of the Salem Express and Panorama Reef.
The Red Sea offers an amazing diversity of fish on nearly every dive. Thousands of altheas sweeping across a coral wall will compete with coral groupers, blue spotted rays, butterfly fish and angelfish for your attention but don’t get too caught up in the action – you might just miss that majestic whale shark gently cruising by.
“Diving in Red sea is a world of its own, and really Divers Paradise”