Colona Divers index Colona Divers 40 years experience in the Red Sea

Great diving school
"Me and my girlfriend followed the PADI Open Water and Advanced course at Colona Divers in Port Ghalib, Marsa Alam. We had a great time and have seen lots of interesting animals, such as the dugong and turtles. Kareem and Emil were our instructors, who both did a great job and are very good instructors. Very enthusiastic and passionate about their job and made us better divers. "




 
 



Facebook EventDiving Safari North Red Sea
2019-09-12
6 days diving safari New Francesca 12-19 of September 2019. Price 650 Euro! Including 7 nights accommodation, full board, 3-4 dives per day, dive guide, tanks & weights, share in double cabin with private shower/WC. ONLY 2 PLACES LEFT! FAQ How do I sign up for the safari? Send an e-mail to ni...

Facebook EventDiving Safari North Red Sea
2019-10-03
Wreck & Reefs / the best of North Red Sea onboard New Francesca. FULLY BOOKED!

 


10 Reasons to Ensure Red Sea Diving in Egypt Makes your Bucket List
It’s always a good time to refresh our memories about why the Red Sea has some of the best diving in the world. So Hossam Helmy put together 10 top reasons on padi.com to visit the Red Sea and tick diving in Egypt off your bucket list.



Graph showing monthly air and water temperature and recommended wetsuit for the Red Sea
Red Sea Temperatures
The Red Sea has sunshine and clear blue skies year round.

The great conditions of the Red Sea also include good water visibility due to calm waters, surrounded by sandy desert and increased light penetration resulting from its close proximity to the Equator.

Temperatures to the south around Marsa Alam are roughly one or two degrees warmer than El Gouna / Hurghada.



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