Sudan is a top pick amongst scuba diving travellers in 2018 – Spring season (68% reserved). Some dates you just missed. Our last cabins sold out a few days ago. And still some dates are very popular – we will run out of cabins soon. Do you need help deciding which dates to book? […]
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!
The best diving in the Red Sea is found in Sudan. From amazing war wrecks like the Umbria Wreck, the underwater village of Cousteau's Conshelf II, to vibrant, charm, magic reefs teeming with life such as Sanganeb
Egypt is rightly famous for its pharaohs, pyramids and last but not least, for its marine life, thanks to spectacular dive sites, great weather and warm waters. The most memorable experiences come from scuba diving safaris onboard diving liveaboards when we travel for a week in luxury and visit untouched sites far from civilisation, the city noise and the office.
Away from the office. Signal occasionally. No e-mails, no phones. Yesterday you was still sitting in the office in your uncomfortably tight blouse and desperately struggled all day with colleagues. So drastic change! As far as the eye can see, sky-blue sea. White, sandy beach of the uninhabited islands. The much-talked-about coral reefs, and of course the fishes...they are amazing! The life is not much...eat, sleep, dive!
Sudan in Africa is one of the most beautiful places in the world to go on a scuba diving holiday any time of the year. New or experienced scuba divers can choose from a variety of areas and destinations. There are untouched coral reefs including the world famous Shaab Rumi where Cousteau conducted his experiments.