Guadalupe Island, Mexico Guadalupe is a volcanic island in Mexico, about 240km west of the Baja California Peninsula. The island’s population is just over 200, and that includes fishermen, some farmers and navy personnel. One of the most prevalent animals of the island are seals. Their population counts over 10,000 individually registered animals. The island’s […]
Plan your next family summer beach holiday with us onboard nothing less than a 500m2 safari boat with 4 decks, offering all-encompassing services. Join us in the wonderful Red Sea and spend your family holiday on uninhabited islands with white sandy beaches and onboard a luxury boat in the turquoise waters. An unforgettable experience, all-inclusive services at super prices!
We are happy to welcome you onboard in SUDAN! Below you will find the details of our offer for you that is valid only today, on November 25! 25% discount today!
Be among the first to be notified about the year’s biggest diving safari promotion! It is Black Friday at Red Sea Boats Holidays on November 25, 2016!
It is time to do something nice for yourself – dive some of the world’s best sites in Sudan! And as a bonus – take 10% off our regular boat rates for another 3 weeks (until November 30, 2016) on our February, 2017 departures!
The one we cannot pass up this season and the one that had produced the most attraction this summer is Egypt’s Brothers and Daedalus National Park. This summer
You don’t have to forgo your beloved diving safaris after having started a family and no need to feel guilty when going diving and leaving your family behind! The solution? Bring them along!
A couple of crazy hectic weeks are behind us. Both our safari boats returned from Sudan to Egypt in the beginning of June. We only had a few short weeks for the usual
We have prepared some awesome diving safari offers for you in Egypt and we are doing our best to serve up some delicious dives every week. Our summer tours will be packed with wrecks and dolphins!
You ask for it, we deliver! Mantas, even in groups, are a common sight, especially in the Northern region. But the South is not lagging behind either.