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Come and enjoy daily diving at the Blue World Diving Center.  We offer great packages which are flexible in timing and offer a variation of dives.  Our daily diving packages offer shore diving on our house reef to boat trips to various areas – local sites, Ras Mohammed National Park or the St of Tiran.  We can cater for all levels of diver, tailoring your package around your needs.

Local Dive Sites

A dive trip to Sharm El Sheikh would not be complete without diving some of the local sites.  Local sites are part of your daily diving package and will make your diving holiday complete.  The local sites stretch all the way along the coastline from Sharm el Mina in the south to Ras Gamilla opposite Gordon Reef in the north.   The local sites offer an amazing array of topography from pretty coral gardens to wall drop offs and equally a vast array of marine and coral life.  As most of these sites are within easy reach of the jetty, we offer the option of a half day, either join the boat in the morning and disembark at lunch time or go for an afternoon dive.

Dunraven

If you like wreck diving then don’t miss the chance to add the Dunraven to your daily diving package.  She was a 19th century steam ship carrying a cargo of cotton and spices.  She came to her demise after a navigational area which saw her hit the reef and sink.   She now lies upside down next to the reef wall, which makes her very easy to dive.

The stern marks the deepest part of the dive at 29m. On entry, you will see all the original struts and wiring as you swim through schools of glass and lion fish

The dive is continued along the reef wall which has many examples of hard corals.  Look at the reef to spot the resident stone fish and don’t forget to glance into the blue as this site is known to have quite a few sightings of pelagic fish species.

* If you want to go diving in Ras Mohammed National Park, Dunraven (Beacon Rock) and S.S Thistlegorm (Sha’ab Ali) you must purchase a full Egyptian visa at your point of entry to Egypt.