The Ras Mohamed protected area includes a desert peninsula and underwater coral reef ecosystems that are internationally recognized as among the world's best. Their diversity of flora and fauna, clear, warm water devoid of pollutants attract divers from all over the world. The reef exists as an explosion of colour and life in stark contrast of the seemingly barren desert adjacent to it. In reality, the desert itself is rich in fauna such as desert foxes and the Nubian lbex, as well as birdlife such as white storks, herons, gulls, terns and osprey.
The Sinai is home to an extensive range of dive sites, with scores of spectacular dives to be made. The coastline is home to not only an abundance of reef life but also hundreds of wrecks, including the famed WW II army boat, the Thistlegorm. One of the most beautiful of all dive sites is the area of Ras Mohamed National Park, where Manta Rays, sharks and turtles can sometimes be seen. Dozens of boats set out to various dive sites every morning.
Snorkeling trip to Tiran Island and Ras Mohammed National Park The French underwater explorer Jacque Cousteau discovered the fabulous undersea world of the Red Sea in the 1950s. Thirty years later, adventurous people drove jeeps down the coast laden with supplies. Today one can dive and snorkel these sites on daily boat trips. Visit the local fringing reefs, the Tiran islands or the fabulous sites around the Ras Mohamed marine park.
Hire your own boat and skipper for a personal tour of the sites and scenes around Sharm El Sheikh. Be it a romantic day for two, or a group of family and friends, you will be guaranteed an unforgettable time.
Although this sub doesn't actually descend below the water level it does have specially designed viewing rooms located below deck. Sit in comfort and see the marvels of the coral reef systems and beautiful tropical fish and enjoy a perfect day out for the whole family.