Located along Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, Dahab lies approximately 80 km north of Sharm el-Sheikh.
A former Bedouin fishing spot, today, Dahab is now a premier diving and water sports hangout in the beautiful Egyptian Red Sea. Dahab is home to the world-renowned Blue Hole and some of the most pristine reefs in the world.
2022 Dahab Trip with Scuba 2000
Want to Scuba Dive but not Certified? No Problem!
If you’re not a certified diver, it’s much easier than you might think. Becoming an Open Water Diver allows you to travel the world and dive with other certified divers to 18 metres (12 metres for 10 – 15 year olds). There’s a whole new world out there – in fact 71% of our planet’s surface is water and largely unexplored territory!
Our partners in Dahab, Black Rock Dive Centre offer full PADI Open Water Diver courses. There’s also the opportunity to try scuba diving for the first time, before deciding to take the full course.
A perfect alternative is to learn in your home country before travelling. This option is ideal for many reasons but often gets overlooked. The main advantage is that you can learn at a slower pace and save precious time during your vacation. Rather than taking 4 – 5 days from your trip to complete the course, you can use this time to just enjoy the diving that’s on offer as a certified diver!
Travel Tribe Africa can organise all of this for you! We have partnerships with leading operators across Africa and in the UK, to ensure you get the best deal and trusted advice.
Want to experience the beautiful Egyptian Red Sea for yourself?
We run small group trips with Scuba 2000 throughout the year and can also organise private trips too. We would be delighted to put together an amazing, unique travel experience for you. Each itinerary we create is based on our expert knowledge and our guests’ personal requirements. We work with well-established, hand-picked partners and operators.
Why not get in touch with us today for a chat?
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