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Why You'll Love Diving In Sharm El Sheikh!

  • A spectacular and diverse range of dive sites that are amongst the best in the world
  • A good destination to learn to dive with many easily accessible coral gardens that offer safe, shallow water and excellent visibility
  • Ras Mohammed Marine Park with its schools of snappers, barracuda and jacks, coupled with the sharks that come to stalk them, is the main attraction
 

Diving Holidays In Sharm El Sheikh


A Sharm El Sheikh diving holiday offers you a spectacular and diverse range of dive sites that are amongst the best in the world. From the famous Ras Mohammed Marine Park, to some of the most renowned wrecks in the Red Sea, the sheer number of sites means that there is something for all divers. Boat diving is the norm in Sharm and there are also some superb house reefs for diving and snorkelling.

Diving In Sharm El Sheikh


Learning to Dive

Sharm is a good destination for novice and learner divers, with many easily accessible coral gardens that offer safe, shallow water and excellent visibility. This area benefits from the shelter of the land, which means conditions are usually calm to moderate and ideal for those new to diving. A full range of courses is offered at the centrally-located dive centre and there is a heated pool on site. Qualifying dives are often undertaken from the shore.

Qualified Divers

The exciting dive sites of Ras Mohammed Marine Park are what attract the legions of experienced divers to Sharm each year. Situated at the tip of Sinai, where the Gulfs of Suez and Aqaba meet, Ras Mohammed’s strong currents and nutrient waters are packed with schools of snappers, barracuda and jacks, coupled with the sharks that come to stalk them. Steep coastal cliffs are mirrored underwater with impressive vertical walls, which drop off 70m or more.
The Strait of Tiran separates Tiran Island from the east coast of Sinai and is famous for four large reefs that rise from the depths like vast underwater mountains. Here, the strong currents and dense plankton attract an impressive range of reef and deep sea species providing some exceptional drift dives.
Further west, round the southern tip of Sinai, lie some of the best wreck dives in the Red Sea. The legendary Thistlegorm is the most famous - a 415 foot World War II British supply ship which lies in 30m with an amazing cargo of motorbikes, trucks, guns and shells.

The Nightlife

In the last year especially, the nightlife in Sharm has really taken off, they even have a massive Pasha night Club. There is a huge choice of restaurants, a handful of good bars and about four night clubs. Although it is not 'Benidorm', things can get quite lively here if you wish.

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