Subject: The Red Sea is thriving

The Red Sea is on Fire

Since the start of 2019 the Red Sea has been thriving and operators across the industry are raving about it. It has been an excellent year for major sightings that include numerous shark species, mantas, dugongs and more.
Sharks, sharks & more sharks

Whale shark encounters are on the rise, with sightings in the deep south of Sudan all the way to Dahab in the northern Sinai. Tiger sharks have been spotted all across Sudan as well as in Egypt’s waters as well. Meanwhile, the Brothers Islands are vibrant with shark encounters, including threshers and hammerheads. In Daedalous and Elphinstone, hammerheads have been encountered in the shallows as well. Not to mention the usual silky, longimanus and reef shark sightings that are common in the Red Sea. 

2019 is proving to be an incredible year for shark diving, so take advantage of the spectacular season the Red Sea is having - no exaggerations. 
Upcoming shark-friendly routes:
Turtles, Dugongs & Monkey Diving

The Red Sea is alive with turtles and even the evasive dugong is making more of an appearance since the beginning of the year. There have been several reports of dugong seen grazing the seagrass of Marsa Shouna and jumping onto our Coastal route will take you exactly where you need to be to spot them. An ideal route for Monkey Diving, this upcoming trip is dedicated to bringing out the monkey in you. Join us.
Check out our latest addition: the Coastal Route
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Check our schedule for a complete list of routes and availabilities.