Yes why go to Sharm el Sheik? Well for top notch dive shops, top notch dive boats combined with top notch reefs, walls & wrecks. Soft corals, hard corals, wrecks, Napoleon fish, reef sharks, stingrays, bat fish and off course moray eels. It's all there and much much more.

And on top of all that at a cheap rate, with year round sunshine and the Ras Mohammed National Park, the Tiran Strait, Jolanda reef, Shark reef, Ras Ghamila, Jackon Reef, Gordon Reef, Ras Umm Sid, The Dunraven, The SS Thistlegorm and lots and lots more within close range.

Sharm el Sheik is definitely a place not to miss.

For once you can believe the hype!

Sharks Bay Umbi Diving Village

Oonas Dive Club

Camel Dive & Club Hotel

Sharks Bay Umbi Diving

Oonas Dive Club

Camel Dive & Club Hotel

Elite Diving
Emperor Divers
Werner Lau
Red Sea College
Sharm Scuba Service
Divers International
Only Six Diving Center
Aquarius Dive Club
Ocean College
Sinai Dive Club
Sinai Divers
321dive Ltd
Aqua Nabq Dive
Blue Lagoon Diving

Sharm el Sheik is a year round dive destination that experiences a subtropical arid climate. Weather in summer is very hot and rain is rare, even during the winter months. For diving the month of September and October are said to be the very best as the water is very warm and calm with good visibility.

But on average Sharm el Sheik can best be dived between the month of March/April to November.

Fly into Sharm el Sheikh international airport (Airport Code SSH). It receives flights from all over the world. Many charter and national airlines fly in from the UK, Europe and also the Middle East. If you cannot find a direct flight to Sharm el Sheikh, you should be able to Sharm el Sheik flying via Cairo (Airport Code CAI).

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