Egypt dive resorts
Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay
An idyllic leisure retreat blessed with a picturesque landscape.
Inspired by the mystique of ancient Moorish fortresses, this luxurious hotel features 325 elegantly-appointed rooms and suites, mixing contemporary décor and European flair with warm Egyptian hospitality and attention to detail. A host of leisure facilities and culinary choices are offered to enhance your personalised dive holiday.
Other Hotels in Soma Bay
Breakers Diving Lodge
Luxury spa; private sandy beach; swimming pool and Lazy River; tennis & squash; leisure activities program; championship golf course; Kimo kids club, Three restaurants (main, pool, Pan Asian); two bars; romantic candlelight dinner.
Free soft drinks mini bar; in room safe; satellite TV; hairdryer; complimentary access to hotel health club; air-con; free wired internet; bathrobes/slippers; 24-hour in-room dining service.
Orca Dive Clubs’ large, purpose-built dive centre is well-equipped and affords an almost effortless diving experience. The centre has an in-house photo and video facility with skilled photo pros on staff, spacious changing facilities and showers, classrooms with AV equipment, a bar and personal lockers.
Don’t dive? There’s still plenty to entertain you with a choice of snorkelling sites, most of which are easily accessible straight from shore or from the jetty where you can snorkel south to the tip of Bay Point and watch plenty of marine life and beautiful multi-coloured coral. Other shore-based snorkelling routes include a crescent-shaped string of coral clusters from the eastern tip of Robinson Club’s beach to Bay Point. There are also a number of snorkelling sites that can also be reached by a short boat trip.
JORDAN RESORT DIVING
7 nights / 5 days diving
3 – 10 December 2019
26 January – 03 February 2020
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