DIVING AROUND SHARM EL-SHEIKH
"The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever." - Jacques Yves Cousteau
The morphology of Sharm el Sheikh's coastline is unique. Although some beaches can be found, the area mainly consists of sheer, flat-topped cliffs extending vertically out of the sea. Running parallel to these cliffs along their entire length is a flat narrow stretch of reef, referred to as the reef table. The reef table extends downwards as a fully-fledged wall. This 65km stretch is considered to be one of the richest and most famous reefs in the world. For mile after mile, hard and soft coral species, reef and pelagic fish abound in a dazzling display.
WHY CHOOSE RED SEA MARINE
Red Sea Marine was founded in Sharm el-Sheikh to provide high-quality scuba diving Services. Our passion for excellence has driven us since the beginning and continues to do so. We provide daily trips to Ras Mohammed National Park, the Tiran Strait, and the best local dive sites. We also offer introductory dives if you have never dived before but would like to. We provide PADI and SSI Scuba Diving Courses for all levels of divers, from beginners to professionals. Begin your scuba diving adventure from our dive center and travel to the best dive sites in Sharm El Sheikh.
Sharm El Sheikh is known for its hot and sunny weather throughout the year.
The climate in this Egyptian city is generally dry and arid, with average temperatures ranging from 20°C (68°F) in January to 35°C (95°F) in August.
The summer months, from June to September, are the hottest and driest, with temperatures frequently exceeding 40°C (104°F).
However, the coastal location of Sharm El Sheikh provides some relief from the heat, with cool sea breezes often blowing in from the Red Sea.
Rainfall in Sharm El Sheikh is very rare, with most precipitation occurring in the winter months from December to February.
Overall, Sharm El Sheikh offers a warm and sunny climate that is perfect for outdoor activities and enjoying the beach.