The Red Sea
The 'aquarium of Allah' with a spectacular amount of diverse underwater scenes, makes the Red Sea one of the best seas in the world. With crystal clear waters and a myriad of marine life including multicoloured reef fish napoleons, wrasse, mantas, dolphins, turtles and a huge variety of hard and soft corals. The Red Sea and in particular Egypt is easily accessible from all over Europe, with many weekly flights from most international airports. It is also very highly desirable for it's cultural and historical background. Travel for dive offers diving services in the Red Sea with TGI and Dive In in El Gouna (TGI), Marsa Alam(TGI), Hurghada (Dive In), El Quseir (TGI) and Sharm El Sheikh (Dive In), all five are extremely fascinating locations, with of course the fantastic diving everybody expects from the Red Sea. With TGI and Dive Inn you are guaranteed the highest quality diving and maximum professionalism.
The Sinai and Sharm El Sheik
The peninsula of Sinai alternates rock cliffs and outcroppings with sandy shores. At its extremity, it takes life with Sharm El Sheikh that is one of the worlds most wonderful and diverse sea environments, it represents a must see attraction for divers and sea lovers. Sharm is not just sun and sea but offers excellent hotels appreciated especially by the Italian customers. The irresistible charm of the desert, with its enchanting landscapes and peacefulness, filled with warm colors. Evenings and Nights can be spent in the heart of Sharm El Sheikh, Naama Bey, with the lights of the casinos, the thousands of shops along the roads and the coffee shops where you can taste the wide range of shishas. Underwater Sharm is famous for its wall and drift dives with the vibrant colors of soft corals in abundance, in particular the Ras Mohamed National Park and the straits of Tiran. The much talked about dive sites of Dahab (Blue Hole and Canyon) are also accessible by day trip from Sharm, as is the world renowned world war two wreck of the Thistlegorm.