Where is the best place to dive in the Red Sea?

Where is the best place to dive in the Red Sea?

Ras Mohammed and the Straits of Tiran are two of the Red Sea’s most famous dive destinations, and some of the dive sites contained in these two areas are rated among the top dives in the world.

Where can I dive in Red Sea?

The ten best dives in the Red Sea, according to divers’ votes, are:

  • Thistlegorm, Egypt.
  • Shark and Yolanda Reef, Egypt.
  • Elphinstone Reef, Egypt.
  • Big Brother, Egypt.
  • Sha’ab Rumi South, Sudan.
  • Blue Hole, Dahab, Egypt.
  • Jackson Reef, Egypt.
  • Daedelus, Egypt.

How much does it cost to dive in the Red Sea?

To give you an idea, almost all liveaboards in the Red Sea cost around $150/night or less. For a fantastic liveaboard destination further afield, check out our guide to diving Tubbataha Reef.

Is there good diving in the Red Sea?

The Red Sea is one of the most popular dive destinations in the world and rightly so. You’ll find some amazing shipwrecks, tons of sharks, healthy corals and tons of colourful fish. Dolphins also abound, and in the rights spots, you are very likely to dive with some Dugongs (Manatee).

Does Red Sea have sharks?

There are 44 species of shark found in the Red Sea.

Is Hurghada or Sharm El Sheikh better?

Both places are definitely worth a visit and offer many excursions and activities as well as diving schools. I would say Hurghada is for those looking for more action, Sharm El Sheikh for a quieter holiday or with a focus on diving and snorkelling.

Is there a real Red Sea diving resort?

The actual abandoned resort, the Arous Holiday Village on the Red Sea, was located roughly 70 kilometers from Port Sudan and was managed by Mossad operatives until 1985.

Are there sharks in the Red Sea?

Are there whales in the Red Sea?

Sixteen species of cetacean have been recorded in the Red Sea, including spinner, spotted, bottlenose and Risso’s dolphins, and occasionally false killer whales, Bryde’s whales or even (rarely) humpback whales1,2.

How Deep Is the Red Sea?

7,254′Red Sea / Max depth

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