Northern Egypt Diving
Discover famed historical dive sites, where you can swim among over 7000 artifacts including ancient Roman ruins and WWII wrecks. Go freshwater diving in the middle of the Sahara or glide over thriving coral reefs.
The bustling capital of Egypt, Cairo has dive centers offering dive trips to Egypt’s top dive areas. Whether you want to dive Roman ruins and over 7000 historic artifacts or discover flourishing coral reefs, you can do it all from Cairo.
Diving in Northern Egypt
When travellers come to Egypt to go diving, then usually, the first thought is to go and visit the Red Sea and admire the flourishing coral reefs, the large variety of fish and other marine species living in these reefs, and the selection of larger marine species including large pelagic species. The good news is that Northern Egypt also has some diving areas and sites to explore. There are a few diving centres that operate in this area and can offer divers local historical dive sites, or even connect with trips running in the famous Red Sea.
Diving locations here include the historical diving sites of Alexandria where divers descend down into the history of this country, the dive centres in Cairo which offer dive courses and the relaxing dives at Port Said and Ain Sukhna.