The Sinai Peninsula has something for every diver preference and experience level, with vibrant Red Sea life of all shapes and sizes. Whether you like bustling dive resorts, liveaboards or quiet beach huts, there’s something for you to enjoy at this world-class dive region.
Dahab’s incredible underwater landscapes attract new and experienced divers from around the world. Discover world-famous Tec dives such as the Blue Hole, a crack in the earth you can descend into and a maze of coral pinnacles.
Sharm el Sheikh
Sharm el Sheikh, a bustling desert city, framed by turquoise waters teeming with Red Sea life large and small. With numerous resorts and dive centres to choose from, you can enjoy shore, boat or liveaboard diving to discover Egypt’s world-class wrecks, reefs and more.
Taba’s peaceful coral ridges and seamounts are teeming with Red Sea reef life and swirling pelagics, yet there are no dive crowds. Whether you dive from shore, boat or via scenic Jeep and car rides, you can enjoy diving all day long in this stunning Marine Protected Area.
Diving in Sinai
The Sinai peninsula is located in Egypt, in between the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. This is a desert area, which is the perfect contrast with the flourishing life that the Red Sea provides in this area. Sinai diving means variety, species large and small, atmospheres for each type of diver and so much more. Sharm El Sheik, the southernmost city in Sinai, is a popular resort and diving destination. An hour north you reach Dahab, a quiet, colorful town that attracts scuba divers, freedivers and snorkelers alike.
The next stop towards the north of the peninsula is Nuweiba. Beach huts, relaxation and connecting with nature, is what attracts people here. The last stop on the journey north along the coast here is Taba, the small but bustling town which is located at the border of Egypt with Israel.
There are also numerous liveaboards that operate in this area, and divers will never get bored or disappointed by the vibrant life of this region of the Egyptian Red Sea.