Scuba Diving Sharm el Sheikh

The beach resort has become one of the most famous places in the world for scuba diving. Sharm stretches on the coast of the Red Sea, hiding off the coast, in the underwater world corals, tropical colorful fish species, anemones and even sharks. Red Sea water is generally very warm and (22-27 degrees Celsius) and the underwater landscape attracts thousands of scuba-divers every year. You can also practice snorkeling, there is abundant live below the water surface.

Scuba Diving in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt

Tourists can also practice wind surfing, para-sailing, boating or canoeing.

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The Sinai peninsula hosts at its tip the Ras Mohammed National Park of South Sinai. This is the most famous diving place of the Red Sea where you can enjoy endless coral gardens and deep reef walls, full of aquatic organisms. Divers can also find very good diving spots at Ras Om El Sid, the Straits of Tiran and ship wrecks of Thistlegorm and Dunraven.

Scuba-diving also requires safety and emergency measures; Sharm el-Sheikh has a Hyperbaric Medical Center which was founded in 1993 by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism with the help of USAID.

List of Scuba-Diving Centers operating in Sharm el-Sheikh:

African Divers

Operates at: Sharm El - Moya Bay, Sharm el-Sheikh

African Divers

Operates at:Falcon Hill Hotel, Sharm el-Sheikh

African Divers

Operates at: Ras Om El Sid Cliff, Sharm el-Sheikh

Aqua Active Dive Centre

Operates at: Nabq Bay, Laguna Vista Resort, Sharm el-Sheikh

AquaMarine

Operates at: Sharm El Sheikh

Aquanaute

Operates at: Sharm El Sheikh

Aquarius Diving Club

Operates at: El Basha Coast, Sheraton Sharm Hotel and Resort, Sharm El Sheikh

Aquarius Diving Club

Operates at: El Basha Coast, Sheraton Sharm Hotel and Resort, Sharm El Sheikh

AquaVision Dive Centre

Operates at: Sharm El Sheikh

Beyond Limits

Operates at: Naama Bay, Naama Center, Sharm El Sheikh

Blue Lagoon

Operates at: Sharm El Sheikh

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