Ras Abu Galum, in the north, well recognized for the beauty of the reef and the spirit outside of the water. There you’ll find a small Bedouin village and a few huts similar to how Dahab used to be a few years ago.
Early in the morning, the jeep will drive you to the end of the road, where a camel will be waiting for you, then on a few kilometers to the site. Bedouins will take care of packing the equipment, the tanks and the food on each side of the camel. The Camel is a very strong animal, don’t worry, they can handle it!
After riding the camel for about an hour, you should be at the dive site ready to assemble your equipment and get the dive started. The Bedouins, who will be following, will also take care of preparing the lunch served either between the two dives or at the end of the dive.
At the end of the day, we’ll pack everything again and head back to Dahab. You will follow the sea on the left, the high mountains of Sinai on the right and you and your camel in between…a very nice combination.
Please note that overnight trip can also be organized.
The Jetty is located 5 minutes from the center of Dahab where you will find our boat ;26 meters long with a comfy capacity of 27 guests. Quality service, friendly crew…The standard is very high.
It takes 45 to 60 minutes to get to the dive site. Following the coast, it’s one hour to spend watching the landscape, relaxing, talking, sleeping, whatever you like! The boat is big enough to have your own space.
With the advantage of having such a friendly captain, special requests are also welcome. Depending on the sea conditions, a drift dive or the exploration of other dive sites along the coast might be possible.
The boat usually leaves from the jetty at 8:00 am. To be back at about 16h30…but it all depends on how much time we spend relaxing between the two dives!
Open buffet and drinks are served on the boat.
Snorkelers are more than welcome aboard.