Dive The Red Sea - Spectacular Dahab Sites
The Red Sea offers some of the best diving in the world in the spectacular setting of the Sinai Peninsular. Renowned dives sites such as the famous and mesmerizing Blue Hole, the Thistlegorm Ship Wreck and Ras Mohammed National Park draw people here from around the world and all are accessible from Dahab. There are many equally incredible dive sites easily accessible from Dahab, which make this such a fantastic diving base.
With dives suitable for all levels of experience, from beginners to advanced and technical, mostly shore diving, with occasional boat safaris, diving Dahab really is hassle free. No trip to Sinai is complete without taking a camel safari to dive Sinai's protected areas or a boat safari to the world famous wreck of Thistlegorm or enjoying some of the most spectacular reef and marine life at one of the top ten dives sites in the world in Ras Mohamed National Park. Dive with Turtles, Rays and Giant Moray Eels, find the Octopus, Spanish Dancer and Seahorse or be one of the lucky ones to be joined by the occasional Dolphin or Whale Shark.
All this and more is possible at Big Blue Dahab. So now is your chance to take the plunge. Just a few of the most popular sites here include:
- The Blue Hole: An awe inspiring bottomless wall dive adventure for the advanced diver only.
- The Canyon: A spectacular underwater canyon, a great place to explore, surrounded by some fascinating coral gardens.
- Eel Garden: A sandy bottom site, part of it home to a large colony of garden eels. With a colourful coral wall at a shallower depth makes this a fantastic site for underwater photography!
- The Islands: Some of the most well preserved coral in the Red Sea this labyrinth, and underwater forest full of coral pinnacles is home to a startling array of marine life and is one of the most favourite sites.
- The Lighthouse: The perfect site for beginners with a large sandy bottomed area. This site never ceases to impress with its variety and density of colourful fish and corals.
There are many more dive sites here just waiting to be explored by you.