Tauchsafaris in Sinai

Sinai Peninsula Liveaboards

The Sinai Peninsula lies at the extreme northern end of the Red Sea and is a popular liveaboard diving cruise destination. Scuba divers will enjoy a large variety of underwater landscapes and marine life on a Sinai Peninsula sea safari. Sharm el Sheikh is located on the Southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula and is considered one of the best diving destinations in the Red Sea.

This remarkable area boasts crystal clear waters, vibrant corals and rare tropical fish. To the east lies Tiran Island and the Straits of Tiran, renowned for spectacular reefs and pelagic fish. In the south, Ras Mohammed is the first national park in Egypt. The park is surrounded by vibrant fringing coral reefs and massive vertical overhangs packed with fish. On the west coast of the Sinai Peninsula is Egypt’s most famous wreck site, the SS Thistlegorm. Sunk by German bomber planes in WWII, she sits upright on the bottom of the Straits of Gubal in 30 meters of clear waters. The Thistlegorm is the premier dive site in the Red Sea and is a heaven for wreck enthusiasts. Liveaboard.com offers great itineraries on the best Sinai liveaboards for the ultimate diving holiday.


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