Diving the Red Sea is a fascinating exploration of one of our planet’s most exotic and enchanting natural seascape environments.
Where the desert meets the ocean and where the Asian and African continents connect, the Red Sea holds beneath its crystal blue surface a vibrant oasis of living creatures, reefs and coral formations spanning the full spectrum of the colors of the rainbow – a visionary paradise which can be explored while diving the Red Sea.
In no other sea in the world will you find such a diverse array of coral and marine life – it is little wonder that divers whisper in awe when describing such a feast of beauty.
On a diving safari in the Red Sea you can experience close encounters with more than 2000 species of fish and coral. From the depths of the Blue Hole to the spectacular and exclusive reefs of the marine parks, you will find a smorgasbord of marine life that is almost surreal.
Through the lenses of a dive mask, it is the brilliance of color that brings divers the most fascination. Many coral species in the Red Sea are photosynthetic, which creates a colourific glory that is unsurpassed.