Through Camel Dive Club, Sharm’s most famous independent dive school, we can provide an introduction to snorkeling or a PADI Open Water course for beginners while more experienced divers can choose a range of daily diving excursions by boat to Ras Mohamed or the Straits of Tiran.
Through the Sea Queen Fleet, one of Sharm’s most reliable dive safari companies, we can offer 6-day live-aboard dive safaris for Advanced PADI divers.
|1 day: Snorkeling excursions by boat with Camel Dive Club
Discover the reefs by boat with a professional diving guide. Suitable for beginners or experienced snorkelers. Briefings are given on the reef sites as well as guidance in the technique of snorkeling. Opportunities to rest and enjoy the sun.
|1 day: Diving excursions by boat with Camel Dive Club
Experienced divers can join a range of daily diving excursions by boat to over 40 different dive sites in Ras Mohamed, the Straits of Tiran and along the mainland coast. The first day is at sheltered local sites to check weights and buoyancy.
|4-5 days: Dive course for beginners with Camel Dive Club
Stay in a divers’ hotel in the centre of Sharm or a resort on the beach and learn to dive in a 4-5 day Open Water PADI course in a custom built swimming pool followed by 4 open water dives. Advanced course are also offered.
|6 days: Dive Safari Dahab Golden route with Sea Queen
This route is for beginning divers who have logged at least 20 dives. By sailing up the Gulf of Aqaba and diving the reefs around Dahab and the coast of Abu Galum, divers can enjoy some quiet dives and discover the wreck of the Marie Schroeder.
|6 days: Dive Safari Classic northern routes with Sea Queen
This route is for Advanced divers who have logged at least 20 dives. It includes the fabulous reefs of the Straits of Tiran, the famous reef walls of Ras Mohamed and the extraordinary wreck from World War II, the Thistlegorm.
|6 days: Dive Safari Northern Wrecks with Sea Queen
Only Advanced divers who have logged up at least 35 dives should attempt these wreck dives which include six of the most famous in the Red Sea: Thistlegorm, Dunraven, Ulysses, Carnatic, Giannis D and the Chrisoula K.