From Sharm El-Sheikh you can visit some world class diving areas in the Red Sea like Ras Mohammed, Ras Umm Sid, the Straits of Tiran and wrecks such as the Thistlegorm and Dunraven. Sharm is at the tip of the Sinai peninsula and boasts many

diving in sharm el sheikh
The Sharm region comprises many areas. In the south is the old town, Sharm el Maya. North of this is El Hadaba which is home to apartments, villas and a few hotels. Continuing Northwards come Na'ama Bay, Garden Bay, Tiger Bay, Shark Bay, Ras Nasrani and Nabq Bay. Many of the hotels here are enclosed resorts but Na'ama Bay, where the majority of hotels are, is more open. Sharm is an extremely busy tourist area.

The weather in Sharm is always warm during the day, although the nights are cooler in winter when temperatures can dip to around 13 oC . Sharm is in the desert so rain is rare and humidity low. In April you may experience sandstorms. From November until March the weather is cooler and more comfortable. The coolest month is January, but even then the temperature is around 22 oC. You can dive all year round in Sharm. The average temperature of the sea ranges from around 22 oC in March to 27 oC in September. Divers often wear a 5 mm suit in winter and a 3 mm suit in summer. The best time to go? We like November for warm water and not too hot weather. The calmest conditions are often at full moon.


-  All transfers by A/C Van.
-  Diving equipment.
-  Lunch & Drinks.