When choosing Egypt as your holiday dive destination, you need to know what options are available to you,
as you have different types dives and every different types of liveaboards like a
With this type of liveaboard, you will mainly travel from wreck to wreck. This is the perfect type of trip for
lovers of wrecks. Although wrecks are the main attraction of trips like this, you will of course still see many of
the most popular species of flora and fauna that are common in the Red Sea.
Land-based trips have a different type of pluses: you can buy numerous different types of excursions and, for example,
visit land-based attractions like Luxor in the south of the country or the pyramids of Cairo in the northern part.
It can also be fun to ride ATVs in the desert and meet native Bedouins.
One important tip is to always remember to drink bottled water from unopened bottles.
As you would expect from a country that is very well known for being one of the best diving destination in the world,
most diving centers in Egypt are well-equipped and prepared to organize dives for large groups. However, with such
a high throughput of tourists, you should always be sure to double-check any rented equipment, regulators, cylinders
and jackets. Also, don't forget about taking plenty of sunscreen, but only that which is biodegradable and will
not damage coral reefs (as many regular sunscreens do).
Egypt, with the richness of the Red Sea, is one of the most important diving destinations on our personal
map of the world. Throughout the shoreline, which spans 2450 kilometers, you will find many, many fantastic places
to dive. The most famous are the resorts of
In recent years, Wadi Lahami, one of the few areas of the Red Sea that can boast having so many
beautiful reefs, has become popular. It is advertised as a fantastic place to visit for divers that do not like or
need unnecessary comfort/luxury. It certainly comes highly recommended by us.