Dahab is famous across Egypt and around the world for its mesmerizing, easily accessible shore dives. Within a mere 15 minutes we have at our reach 15 unique dive sites. Once on site, put on your equipment, walk a few meters, and jump into the Red Sea to discover its astonishing marine life.
Sheer walls plummeting into the depths, caves, caverns, and thriving coastal reef systems are all available through Fish & Friends’ guided dive packages. The mountains of the Sinai provide an impressive backdrop for some world class shore dives. These sites include The Blue Hole, The Canyon and The Bells.
Dahab is famous for its shore dives but also offers world class boat dives. Fish & Friends offers a range of day trips with special boat excursions. Although inaccessible from shore or by camel, with us the almost out of reach hidden reefs of Dahab become a possibility. These beautiful dive sites, as the famous Gabr El Bint, are located in Nabq National Park, south of Dahab, and offer virgin reefs with wild fauna and flora.
You want to discover the world famous wreck of Thislegorm ? This is also possible with Fish & Friends. Dive into history and discover one of the best wreck dives in the world! From there you can uncover our past through lost artefacts such as locomotives, tanks and other relics forgotten at the bottom of the sea.
Your safari will take you North to the Ras Abu Galum National Park. The way becomes more adventurous and 4×4 will only take you so far. When the trail becomes impassable by vehicle, the equipment and divers are transferred unto camels! You and your camel will follow the shore line to some of the most secluded dive sites.
The trip lasts around 2 hours, depending on the pace you and your camel set. The sites, along with Bedouin hospitality and your friendly camel will make for a truly adventurous and unforgettable trip ! You will have the choice to spend 1, 2 or 3 days in this paradise.
We leave Dahab in the morning and then make 2 dives a day on site. All the meals and beverages (non alcoholic) are included. If you spend more than one day there you will spend the night around a nice campfire and gently drift into sleep counting the shooting stars…. And go back diving the next day after a sunrise you will never forget !