Liveaboard in the Red Sea, everything you need to know about it!
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Liveaboard Red Sea Routes
Liveaboard Red Sea itineraries explained in detail about what you can see and the best time of the year for diving.
Liveaboard Red Sea directory
All liveaboards in the Red Sea listed with direct links to the website
Red Sea underwater Pictures
See Red Sea diving photos about what you can encounter on your next safari.
Red Sea maps
Maps of the Red Sea with zoom on the divesites
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Safaris in Egypt are a great experience which must not be missed in your scuba experience. The Red Sea is like a big aquarium and if you are on a boat far from the coast you will see all the kinds of marine life you can dream of. In the deep South the encounter with big pelagics incl. lungimanus (white tip oceanic shark) and kingfishes. Manta and hammerhead sharks are also very common in this region.
In the North the wrecks are the main attraction. You can make a 1 week tour diving only wrecks! Including the world famous Thitlegorm. The marine park of Ras Mohamed is also not to be missed in the North!
I spent three years working in Egypt and I'll never forget the quality of the dives I did! In the beginning I really
enjoyed the top wrecks in the North and in Safaga there was the nicest coral
formation I ever saw. I was missing the big fish and pelagics of the Indian
Ocean. But now that the Safari boats go to the "Deep South" of
Egyptian waters the encounter with mantas; kingfish; tuna and many more pelagics
including sharks is on the daily menu. Can you imagine seeing 5 different sorts
of sharks, three mantas and an eagle ray during the same dive?... This is not
anything rare in the St. Johns area!
For many European divers this is the favourite destination. Most of the divers come several times and it is not difficult to vary the experience. There are more than 10 safari routes and more than 15 different destinations on shore with tens of divesites...