Why Hamata for Freediving?

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Want to know why Hamata is THE place to freedive? Well, because it can offer a variety of ways to try your hand at the sport.

For instance, if freediving on the house reef isn't enough to whet the appetite, then there are special trips to the 65 metre long wreck of the Hamada, laying on its starboard side at 15 metres, or Hamata's dolphin house, Sha'ab Sataya, where huge pods of spinner dolphins are known to frequent (watch the video above).

Freediving in HamataPlus, Hamata offers considerably more protection from adverse weather than other Red Sea locations, with a variety of nearby shore based sites within 10-15 minutes.

Coral reefs here are pristine, untouched by tourism and teeming with life such as rays, turtles, dolphins, and so much more - all on your doorstep at the Zabargad Berenice Resort.

Need we say more?

» Click here to discover Freediving in Hamata

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This page contains a single entry by Bryony published on May 1, 2014 9:08 AM.

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