The Red Sea is a fantastic location that keeps divers coming back year after year, with dramatic desert mountains and the beautiful blue sea, it’s easy to see why! The Red Sea is a seawater inlet of the Indian Ocean, lying between Africa and Asia, the Red Sea became a popular destination for diving after the expeditions of Hans Hass in the 1950s, and later by Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
The Red Sea has so much for divers and it is only a short flight from Europe so it can be reached easily. It is renowned for its beauty among divers, an array of hard & soft coral, a vast spectrum of marine life from big to small and a great mix of reef drop offs, walls and fascinating wrecks. Diving in the Red Sea is great year-round. Animal encounters include exhilarating encounters with pelagics such as Oceanic White Tip Sharks, to searching out and finding a hiding Frog Fish on a breath-taking wreck, you are sure to have memories that’ll last forever! Wrecks include the world famous Thistlegorm, Rosalie Moller and Ulysses.
Average air temperature
17 ℃– 30 ℃
Average water temperature
23 ℃ – 28 ℃
Take a look at the incredible Dive & Stay and Liveaboard adventures we offer in the Red Sea and start planning the trip of a lifetime today!
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