• Egypt Snorkeling
  • Egypt Snorkeling
  • Egypt Snorkeling
  • Egypt Snorkeling
  • Egypt Snorkeling
  • Egypt Snorkeling
  • Egypt Snorkeling
  • Egypt Snorkeling
  • Egypt Snorkeling
  • Egypt Snorkeling

Egypt Snorkeling information, tours, prices and online booking

Egypt snorkeling is by far one of the most popular among vacationers coming to the Red Sea coast. The reefs are amazing and the coast peppered with easy to snorkel sites. In fact, itis where fishes and underwater fauna flourish like nowhere else. Whether you head to Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh, or Dahab, you’ll find astonishing snorkeling spots. Alternatively, you can hop on a diving excursion or live aboard boat in any of the Red Sea major towns. It is in case you want to explore further sites. The temperatures of the Red Sea waters are warm enough to snorkel all year round. Keep in mind that the coldest month of the year is January and the warmest months are July and August.

Because of the low rainfall in this region of the world, and the absence of rivers flowing into the Red Sea, the water clarity is exceptional. A blessing for divers and snorkelers can easily marvel at the underwater natural treasures. Moreover, the Red Sea offers all kinds of snorkeling sites. In fact, it ranges from shallow to very deep sites where free-divers come to challenge their abilities. Currents can also be strong in some places in the Red Sea, but these are usually very predictable. That is why you should always think of asking a diving professional for advice before exploring a new site.

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Before signing off, don’t forget to browse through the Diving Section as well. Many of Egypt’s Red Sea diving sites are equally good for snorkeling. Ain Sukhna might still not be considered as one of the best diving locations in Egypt. But in fact it surely has the potential of becoming a big hit on the Red Sea top diving destinations list. After renting your snorkeling gear, you’ll take a little dingy from the shore to come closer to a larger boat waiting for you offshore. After a short cruise, you’ll throw yourself into a whole new world. It is very similar to what you might have already seen if you’ve ever watched “Finding Nemo.” But the greatest thing is that, this time, it’s for real and in 3-D!

Only 45 km south of Hurghada, you’ll find the fantastic protected area of Sharm el Naga. In fact, it is a paradisiacal beach ideal for snorkeling or just relaxing in the sun. Get your gear from the mall in Hurghada, if you don’t want to rent it on site. Hop on a bus and spend a day exploring the underwater lively fauna and flora of the Red Sea. Fishes galore and exceptionally intact corals await you at this un-spoilt spot of the Red Sea Riviera. The wide sandy beach slopes smoothly into the waters. In fact, it is an ideal feature for beginners who may be scared off by depths. While on holiday in Makadi Bay, try to book a full-day snorkeling trip to the amazing Giftun Island protectorate. You’d never want the day to end, and it’s understandable.

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What could be more tempting and fulfilling than lying on magnificent sandy beaches. Go swimming in the crystal clear water of the Red Sea. It is while peeking at incredible coral heads dotting the shallow lagoons surrounding the island? The area is full of colorful fish species and some tourists were even lucky enough to swim with dolphins around Giftun. When on holiday with your friends or family in Sahl Hasheesh, you simply can’t fight the temptation of sneaking a peek at the legendary Sunken City. It is a few meters away from the shore. This maze of underwater temple-like structures and columns attracts a large number of colorful underwater species. In fact, they are great to watch as they make their way through the sunken alleys and rocks. Your kids will be delighted to observe the region’s new fish playground.

Trust the reviews on that one Shark’s Bay. It is undisputedly the best snorkeling site on the Sharm El Sheikh coast. Located 20 km north of the bustling Naama Bay, Shark’s Bay is a quiet beach. It leads to an underwater paradise of coral heads and colorful fishes. It is including blue-spotted stingrays, but no sharks! You’re requested to pay an entrance fee at Shark’s Bay. In fact, you’ll have no trouble finding snorkeling equipment for rental on-site. The Soma Bay luxury resort boasts an incredible house reef stretching over a total distance of one kilometer. The site packed full of underwater life and beautiful corals. Moreover, it is easily accessible through the beautiful wooden jetty that extends from the beach – where the dive center is located – to the edge of the reef.

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Furthermore, you’ll easily find the Soma Bay diving center. It is where you can rent your snorkeling equipment and book an introductory course. The course in fact to snorkeling for your kids, or yourself, if you’re an underwater explorer rookie. On your holiday in Taba Heights, you may choose to snorkel at any spot. Just a couple of palm strokes away from your hotel’s sandy white beach. In fact, a far greater idea would be to go on the De Monfreid Snorkeling full day trip to the Pharaoh Island. It is where snorkeling is just something else. The trip organized daily by the local water sports center in Taba Heights.

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