Blessed with warm, clear water and abundant marine life, its not surprising that Egypt’s Red Sea has long been considered one of the world’s top scuba diving destination.

Red Sea is renowned  for it’s reefs, which remain stable and healthy  at the time when another suffering from the effects of climate changes.The reef of Red Sea have more than 220 species of hard and soft corals and more than 1100 fish species.

The Red Sea is also a prime wreck destination, with a bevy of world famous wrecks including several from the Second World War.

Undoubtedly, the most iconic of these is the wreck of 

S.S Thistlegorm.

For shark - lovers southerly reefs like Brothers, Daedalus and Elphinstone offer the best chance to dive with the elusive Oceanic whitetip.

Our safari boats brings you weekly to Brother Islands or to the deep south of the Red Sea, for example St. John’s, Zabargad, and Rocky Island.

Most of time you can find there shoals of Barracudas, Sharks, Rays, Dolphins, huge Turtles and Mantas.


Friends of Wreck Diving will prefer the North Tour.


We offering tours all year round 


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