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El Gouna - Day Diving Trips

  • Standard diving in El Gouna includes 2 boat dives per day with guide, 12L air or 12L 32% Nitrox tanks and weights. All dives are weather dependent.
  • 3rd dives can be purchased on the boat.
  • Approximate duration is 08.00 to 15.00-17.30 depending on the sites visited.
  • Staying in a hotel in Hurghada? No problem, we can arrange transfers to and from your hotel each day from €7.50 per person per day. Tell us where you are staying, we'll advise the transfer fee, add it to your booking and take care of the rest for you.
  • If you haven't dived for a while, then we recommend you take a scuba review as required by your training organisation.

Day trips (some of the dives included in dive package price and visited on a rotational basis)

All sites, especially Abu Nuhas, are weather dependent. Trips don't include lunch or drinks.

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  • Siyul Kebira (Big Siyul): An island with 2 pristine and varied dives. Lots of pinnacles brimming with life.
  • Shaab el Erg: A huge horseshoe shaped reef offering many dive sites on all sides. The lagoon is renowned for sightings of the resident dolphin community.
  • Abu Galawa: means the sweet father and is named by the fisherman as the reef provides a safe haven in rough seas.

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Special Dive Trips (additional costs paid locally)

All trips weather dependent. Minimum numbers apply. Trips don't include lunch or drinks.

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  • Full Day Abu Nuhas (3 dives): 4 wrecks side by side including the Giannis D and Carnatic. Also known as the 'Ships Graveyard', having claimed more ships than any other reef in the area. Supplement: 25 Euros
  • Full day Rosalie Moller wreck (2 dives): Supplement: 30 Euros
  • Full day Thistlegorm (2 dives): Supplement: 60 Euros

Click here for your full price list on day diving, additional dives and equipment.

El Gouna
Diving at Dolphin House
Ghiannis D, by Juan Cifuentes

What you could see beneath the sea:

Parrot fish, angelfish, butterflyfish, clownfish, emperorfish, barracuda, tuna, turtles, Napoleon wrasse, moray eels, stingrays, dolphins, possibly whale sharks and manta rays.



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