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Red Sea diving guide

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Red Sea diving guide

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Red Sea diving guide


Water: 18 to 26 degrees Celsius
Air: 18 to 40 degrees Celsius
Possible to dive all year round
Best time to dive: End of Spring and Autumn
Worst time to dive: Winter.

The Red Sea counts among the ten best  diving destinations in the world. Famous for its coral (hard and soft) and most of all good visibility. If you get bad visibility then you are really unlucky because this is very rare!

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The Red Sea has one of the most famous wrecks in the world, the Thistlegorm, shown many times on TV documentaries.

Every region in the Red Sea has its own special attractions but in general  the further South you go the better  the dive quality.

Not to miss in the Red Sea:
Brothers Islands; Thistlegorm wreck; Deep South; Safaga; Elfinstone Reef; dolphin dive from Samadai; Rocky Island and St. Johns reefs.

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