Dive in with the Original & Still the Best Red Sea Dive Guide Team.
Come and enjoy daily diving at the Red Sea Diving College. We offer great packages which are flexible in timing and offer a variation of dives. Our reservation team will even suggest an itinerary to fit around your holiday plans.
Our daily diving packages offer shore diving on our stunning house reef to boat trips to various areas – local sites, Ras Mohammed National Park or the Straights of Tiran. We can cater for all levels of diver, tailoring your package around your needs.
Dive some of our best Red Sea Diving sites.
The Straits of Tiran are quite possibly one of the most famous dive site areas in the Red Sea which are accessible as daily diving sites. Jump on board one of our diving boats and head out to the reefs situated in the Straits of Tiran. This famous dive area is located between the coastal area of Nabq and Tiran island; there are four large pinnacles rising from the sea bed to within a metre of the surface; Jackson, Woodhouse, Thomas and Gordon reefs named after the British cartographers who first mapped them. Trips to the Straits of Tiran can be included in your daily diving package and will include a mixture of mooring and drift dives. These dive sites will amaze you with the sheer abundance of underwater marine life, colourful coral gardens and mammoth walls. The richness of these dive sites is partly due to the tidal currents that are sometimes present here.
Diving the S.S Thistlegorm is generally on every divers ‘must dive’ list when they come on holiday to the Red Sea. With this in mind it is important to have a dive guide who knows every nook and feature so you do not miss anything. Our experienced dive guides have this expert knowledge and will make sure you have a safe and enjoyable dive. This British built ship was bombed and subsequently sank overnight on 5th Oct 1941.
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.
Our daily diving day in Dahab is a great opportunity to mix some great diving with some relaxing time in the small resort town of Dahab. It is only 100km ‘up the road’ but offers a completely different feel from Sharm. In the morning you will dive some of Dahab’s most famous dive sites from shore. The Blue Hole, with its vast coral walls and unusual bowl formation, is a classic dive (depth limit 30m unless you are technically trained and kitted) and the canyon, one of the only true canyons accessible by recreational divers.