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Our itineraries are catered to meet both divers’ and non-divers’ needs. You can learn to dive with a range of PADI courses or indulge in a variety of diving activities from wreck dives, night dives and a range of live-aboard routes.
Sharm Dive Sites
 Sharm – Dive Sites
Strait of Tiran
Ras Mohammed
Sharm El Sheikh – Dive Sites

‘Local’ Sites
There are many so-called ‘local’ sites because of their proximity to the boat jetties of Travco Marina and Naama Bay.  The local dive sites reach from Ras Katy and Temple in the south stretching round the coastline taking in the Gardens and Shark’s Bay with Ras Ghamila being the most northerly site.  Most of the local sites are suitable for divers of all levels, since the sites are sheltered from strong currents and waves.


Strait of Tiran
Made up of 4 reef plates, Jackson, Woodhouse, Thomas and Tiran, the Strait of Tiran separates the Gulf of Aqaba from the Red Sea.  The northern and western sides of the reefs are subject to strong prevailing winds from the north coupled with strong currents,


Ras Mohammed
Ras Mohammed is a peninsula of land jutting out into the Red Sea at the southernmost point of the Sinai Peninsula.  Most of the Ras Mohammed Peninsula is, in fact, a raised reef plate, indicating that the sea level was once higher than it is today. 


Thistlegorm The wreck of the Thistlegorm can be reached by daily boat with a very early morning departure at 04.30 hrs, alternatively, you can reach her on one of our liveaboard trips.
Dunraven Built in Newcastle in 1873, this British steamer met her end in 1876 while bound for Bombay with a cargo of timber and cotton, which were lost in the ship wreck when the ship caught fire. 

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