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Discovery Divers
PO Box 225,
Hurghada,
Red Sea,
Egypt
Tel. 0020 (0) 12 7472899
Fax. 0020 (0)65 3448251
info@discovery-divers.com
http://www.discovery-divers.com
The largest selection of top quality liveaboards in the Red Sea, whether you are an individual, small or large group, we cater for all.





Diving Centers Werner Lau

Sharm el Sheikh, South Sinai & Marsa Alam
info@wernerlau.com
www.wernerlau.com
Experience the splendour of the Red Sea! Let one of our diving centres introduce you to the diversity of the underwater world. The magnificent marine life of the Red Sea provides unforgettable diving experiences.




Desert Divers

Center of Masbat Bay
PO Box 58
Dahab
South Sinai
Egypt
Tel. +20 (0) 69 3640 500
Fax: +20 (0) 69 3640 500
Desert Divers - home of the Camel Dive Safari and Dahabís most beautiful dive center. Enjoy PADI Courses, Tec Diving, Freediving, Desert Safaris, Climbing and more!
» Number of Dive Boats: Shore diving only
» Maximum Number of Divers per Boat: NA
» Gear Provided: Tanks, Weights, Emergency O3 & 1st aid
» Rental Gear Available: Full equipment rental
» Nitrox Available: Yes
» Type of Diving Available: reef, canyons, walls
» Total Dive Sites:
» Minimum Time to Dive Sites: 30 minutes
» Maximum Time to Dive Sites: 2 hours by camel
» Certification Agencies: PADI
» Courses Offered: All PADI courses to Dive Master, including Junior (8-14 yrs)
info@desert-divers.com
http://www.desert-divers.com




Dive Urge

PO Box 53
Dahab, Red Sea
Tel: 00 20 69 640 957
Mobile: 00 12 248 3997
LynneGillis@link.net
www.dive-urge.com
Dive-Urge is a family run 5 star P.A.D.I. Gold Palm Dive Resort with on-site accommodation, restaurant and large private beach. We are here for those people who care about having a special memorable holiday and want to leave the crowds behind.




Emperor Divers

Rosetta Hotel
Naama Bay
Sharm El Sheikh
Red Sea
Egypt
Tel. +20 12 2340995
reservations@emperordivers.com
http://www.emperordivers.com
Award-winning PADI 5 star IDC Centres in Hurghada, Sharm, Marsa Alam, Nuweiba. Day, night, shore, wreck & tech diving. Free transfers from most hotels. Luxurious fleet of comfortable liveaboards + free Nitrox and great guides. Since 1992, Emperor Divers has shared its Red Sea experience with everyone in a safe, professional and environmentally friendly way. Read diversí comments on website testimonial page for feedback on diving and resorts.



M/Y Seven Spices

Luxury Travel of Egypt
New Marina, office D-41
Hurghada, Egypt
Tel: +2 065 3441 464
Fax: +2 065 3441 464
contact@luxurymotoryachts.com
http://www.luxurymotoryachts.com/
Beautiful and luxuriously appointed 40 meter dive yacht, with a passion for scuba diving without having to compromise on the finer things in life. Charters available from overnight to two weeks.




Oonas Dive Club & Hotel

Naama Bay - Sharm el-Sheikh - Egypt
Tel.: +20-69-360 0581
Fax: +20-69-360 0582
Oonas Dive Club is one of the longest established dive centers in Na'ama Bay, Sharm el-Sheikh. For many years we proved to be a popular choice for diving and non-diving guests who seek friendly, informal, yet professional and safe environment on the shore of the Red Sea.
» Number of Dive Boats: 2
» Maximum Number of Divers per Boat: 12 / 24
» Gear Provided: 12ltr air tanks, weights
» Rental Gear Available: Full range
» Nitrox Available: 32% 12ltr or 15 ltr fills
» Type of Diving Available: Reef, plateau, wreck, wall, drift, boat, shore, night.
» Total Dive Sites: 40+
» Minimum Time to Dive Sites: 15 minutes
» Maximum Time to Dive Sites: 3 hours
» Certification Agencies: PADI, CDWS registered
» Courses Offered: Full range of PADI Courses up to DiveMaster level
info@oonasdiveclub.com
www.oonasdiveclub.com




Reef 2000 Dive Club

PO Box 60
Dahab, South Sinai, Egypt
Tel: 0020 (0)69 64007
Fax: 0020 (0)69 640087
reef2000@intouch.com
http://www.reef2000.com
Uncrowded, no stress diving with our friendly, experienced divemasters and instructors. Diving in Dahab is as diverse as it is breathtaking and with dive sites including the world famous 'Blue Hole' and 'The Canyon', we guarantee an unforgetable adventure.


About Red Sea Diving

The coral reefs of the Red Sea stretch from southern Sinai to the offshore area of the Deep South, which is only reached by liveaboard. The coastline covers a distance of more than 930 miles (1500 km).

Two coastal resort towns, Hurghada on the African mainland and Sharm El Sheikh on the Sinai Peninsula, are the main dive destinations, but the most popular dive sites are spread all over the region.

Among the hundreds of common fish species you will encounter daily are clownfish, butterfly fish, angel fish, parrot fish, lion fish, and turkey fish. You will often encounter schools of barracuda, and even sharks. Occasionally you can spot graceful manta rays too! The variety and amount of life is truly remarkable. Now add a vast assortment of colorful soft and hard corals and you have a diving site that ranks as one of the best in the world.

You will find an abundance of fish and organisms from tiny polyps to the huge Napoleon wrasse. But Egypt is also quite famous for the many interesting wrecks, particularly at the entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba and in the Strait of Tiran.

If you are interested in sharks you will have the opportunity to encounter various species like the silky shark, gray reef sharks, oceanic white tip and the manta ray along with many others depending on the area you visit. Cruising dolphins and friendly sea turtles are especially, but not exclusively, found in the northern region. In the southern regions you will even have an opportunity to see the endangered Dugongs (Manatees).

Climate Average 75F (23C) January 108 (42C) August
Water Temp Average 68F (20C)January 84 (29C) August
Visibility 100+ ft (30+ m) except during local plankton blooms

Air Travel

Whether you’re travelling from Europe, North America, Asia, Oceania or the Middle East, the indisputably easiest way to get to Egypt is by plane. Egypt boasts 10 international airports that welcome millions of tourists and visitors each year. Most of these airports welcome regular flights from several international destinations, as well as charter flights, departing mainly from Europe and the Middle East to the paradisiacal Red Sea coast airports.
Egypt also has its own national airline, EgyptAir, which flies from the main cities of the European Continent, North America, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

Entry Requirements

Visitors arriving in Egypt are required to be in possession of a valid passport. Entry visas may be obtained from Egyptian Diplomatic and Consular Missions Abroad or from the Entry Visa Department at the Travel Documents, Immigration and Nationality Administration (TDINA). Visa applications are normally passed out by airlines prior to landing at an Egyptian airport.

Citizens of the following countries are required to be in possession of a pre-arrival visa, which can be applied for through their nearest Egyptian Consulate or Embassy.: Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chechnya, Croatia,Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Lebanon, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, The Philippines,Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Sri-Lanka, Tadzhikistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and all African countries.

Residents of the above countries may apply for a visa through their nearest Egyptian Consulate or Embassy.

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