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For 2 persons from 27th July until 03rd August, 2014!
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Sign up to our monthly Newsletter on our Facebook Cassiopeiasafari Page and win a free stay onboard Cassiopeia from 27th until 03rd August, 2014 (including transfers between Hurghada airport and boat, 7 nights fullboard accommodation onboard, diving, taxes and sisha/waterpipe onboard).
The winner will be notified by e-mail by 8th of June.
The deadline to subscribe is 6th of June, 2014 20:00 pm
– The price is not transferable to another person and cannot be exchanged for money.
– Who is already registered and booked for the same safari is not eligible to enter the game.
Our Sudan video diary records the best underwater moments one week after the other. This way divers diving that week are able to show their family and friends what they had seen under the water.
And now we would like to announce our brand NEW promotion!
Money-Saving Special for the 2nd week in Sudan!
Only valid for tours in April and May, 2014!
If by any chance you and/or your guests are able to extend your holiday by 1 week, we would like to welcome you for a second week and offer you 50% OFF from the boat rate.
Special offers apply to new bookings only.
Cannot be used in conjunction with discounted charters.
Limited time and place only.
Check our available tours here…
More information at www.sudan-diving.com
BOOK YOUR SAFARI NOW AT email@example.com
Cheese is used to lure mice. How about sharks? Sharks do not need to be lured. At least not in Sudan. The giant groupers swarming near the reefs provide a good enough reason for the presence of larger predators.
Air temperature: 28C
Water temperature: 23-24C
Wind: slight wind in the first 2-3 days, almost dead calm by the end of the week
Nothing proves this better than the fact that last week Angarosh was the only site where we did not see any sharks. However a manta was there and stayed with us throughout the entire dive. Looks like this year’s manta statistics will be pretty strong as we have had sightings every week so far.
A cloud of barracudas hovered motionless near Shaab Rumi’s plateau out in the deep, right where they were a week ago. A silent group of about 40 barracudas, each measuring at least a metre in length, awaited us again. But they seemed to be dwarfed by the grey reef sharks cruising above the plateau. If you are diving at Shaab Rumi for the first time, a “where do I look?” kind of feeling comes over you. And if you swim out into the deep, you can even check out the hammerheads.
Schools of hump-head parrotfish showed up and a curious turtle also had a look at our group. Click on the short video of our tour where you can see all this.
Tip of the week:
You can travel to Sudan only with a valid visa. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the departure date from the country. There must be at least 2 empty pages side by side for the visa. (and 2 empty pages for the 2 Egyptian visas, if travelling through Cairo). There must not be any stamps or visas from Israel in your passport, otherwise you will not be permitted to enter the county.
This is where were this week:
Our last-minute offer:
March 24-31, 2014, M/Y Cassiopeia, Sudan-North tour
Book by March 26, 2014. We only have 7 available places. Book via e-mail!
If you wish to know more about how to dive in Sudan, click here!
In English: www.sudan-diving.com