Experience The Best of The Red Sea with Red Sea Liveaboards.
Red Sea Liveaboards stunning marine wildlife, beautiful corals, amazing wrecks, turquoise lagoons – experience it all with Blue Planet Liveaboards.
The Red Sea offers some of the best dives in the world.
Discover the best coral reefs and historical ship wrecks in the world and see one of the world’s most mesmerising marine environments, flourish nearly every species of coral and incredible fish life on Red Sea Liveaboards.
Also for kite surfers, Egypt have perfect conditions with its lagoons and fresh winds over the sea.
Start your Red Sea Holiday with Blue Planet Liveaboards.
The Red Sea in Egypt
The Red Sea
offers a perfect starting point for a diving (kite) safari.
The best way to become acquainted with the Red Sea is a Safari.
A diving (kite) safari is the most impressive adventure in the life of a diver or kiters.
Sleeping, living, eating and relaxing on board, while having the sea always handy under you. – This is a dream of each diver – kiter.
At night view the fantastic starry sky – this is Safari pure!
Because of its interesting and truly unique geographic positions, the Red Sea belongs to one of the most fantastic dive sites of the world. In the midst of huge shoals of fishes and colourful coral reefs, you will be inspired from the spectacular variety of marine life.
Our safari boats bring you weekly to the Brother Islands or deep in the south of the Red Sea, for example St. John’s, Zabargad, and Rocky Island.
Most of time you can find there shoals of Barracudas, Sharks, Rays, Dolphins, huge Turtles and Mantas.
Friends of Wreck Diving will prefer the North Tour.
Liveaboards to the Top Dive Spots
The best dive sites in the Red Sea can be approached only through a liveaboard.
Brother Island, Daedalus and Elphinstone Reef – these are few of the many amazing dive spots that divers been dreaming of the Egyptian Red Sea.
As an option for using daily boats or zodiacs from land, these are the dive spots that are accessible through liveaboards.
Your opinion counts
Dagmar wrote: The Daedalus reef itself I liked so far very well during all of my visits. We had this time flow, waves and many sediments in the water, but also Hammerheads and thresher sharks.
Rocky and Zabagad fell into the water, for we had turtles and reef sharks at fury shoal. The dolphins, who briefly looked over at El Sheleniat, made us happy.
Next time: the same boat, the same guides, same crew and just as great companions, but rather back brothers – Daedalus. And for vegetarians: great food. The meat community looked but also satisfied.
High praise for the chef.