Dive Sites

Sharm el Sheikh

Ras Mohamed Ras Mohammed is situated at the extreme southern part of the Sinai Peninsula. Here, where the Gulf of Aqaba meets with the Gulf of Suez the ocean floor drops down to depths of more than 1000 meter. Here an underwater world has developed which is unique in the Red Sea. Due to the topographical position, there a strong currents throughout the whole year which are often hard to predict even for experienced divers. However, it is exactly these [...]

Dahab

Dahab lies alongside the deepest section of the African rift, the giant crack in the earth’s crust that formed the Red Sea. The jagged mountains above, continue at much the same angle underwater, forming a dramatic seascape of valleys, canyons and caves. Most of Dahab’s dive-spots are geologically unique. Two dive-sites, the Canyon and the Blue Hole, are worldwide known amongst divers. Sport divers are allowed to explore the two sites to a maximum depth of 30m. To dive the deeper section [...]

Marsa Alam

The area around Marsa Alam is rated as one of the best diving destinations in the world and as one of the few diving areas in the Red Sea that’s not overcrowded and still totally unspoiled. There is something here for everyone, gently sloping dives from the beach, trips by jeep to more remote bays or trips by boat to legendary reefs such as Elphinstone, Abu Dabbab and Samadai Reef (Dolphin House). The house reef which drops down fast and steeply, [...]

Hurghada

In Hurghada both beginners as well as experienced divers will find plenty of diving sites from a favourite sandy bottom with shifting white sand dunes to dramatic, steep outer reefs to the legendary wrecks in the Straits of Gubal. Note that Divers’ Land Hurghada is a member of the environmental organisation HEPCA (Hurghada Environmental Protection and Conservation Association). Hurghada’s northern top reefs are situated just in front of our diving center. Favourite sites like Abu Galawa, Abu Nugar, Sha’ab El [...]

Brother Island’s

The Brother Islands are a pair of two remote, tiny islands, 33 miles NN East from El Quseir.They represent not only one of the best dive sites in the Red Sea, they are also considered to be among the best in the world.The Brothers, in Arabic El Akawein, are the exposed tips of two massive reef pillars, rising from the depth. Big Brother lies about half a mile north of Little Brother.The teaming breathtaking underwater scenery stands in extreme contrast [...]