Without any doubt the Red Sea is considered as one of the most beautiful center of attraction for sea and underwater lovers & one of the best dive destination in the world, coming on the top of the wishing list for any diver.
The Red Sea is unique in several aspects: among them, its uniform temperature distribution at the surface and at different depths. At the surface the temperature range from 26 to 30 degrees Celsius, at a depth of 40 m. the range is still between 21 to 25 degrees, this’s actually one of the big advantage allowing the divers to dive any time all year round.
As well the advantage of its high degree of visibility which reaches up to 45 m which make the Red Sea an ideal place for scuba divers & as well as the underwater photographers & videographers.
One of the most magnificent features of the Red Sea, are its beautiful coral reefs and to be more precisely, their skeletons, which are the main components of which the reefs are built.
Different kind of corals exist in different areas of the reef, the distribution of corals & their stunning colours reflects a breath-taking for all the divers.
It’s the home of more than 300 coral species and more than 1000 fish species.
Also, it has to be noted that the Red Sea contains the largest collection of sea life (Hard & Soft corals, Marine Life & lot of ship wrecks).
The dive sites in the Red Sea are distributed on most of the coast line, some of the dive sites can be accessible from the shore, other dive sites are reachable by day diving boats, other dive sites can be reached only by live aboard such the offshore islands in Egypt as the Brothers, Deadalus, Rocky, Zabargad island & St.John area in the deep south of Egypt & of course Sudan.