Sudan dive holidays
Wrecks reefs & sharks
Tailor-made Sudan Diving Holidays
Right on the border of Red Sea, Sudan diving holidays gives you the chance to explore some of the world’s most famous dive sites. Liveaboard diving is the only way to experience those dive sites that remain pretty much uncrowded and well preserved.
The conditions at dive sites can vary a lot with deep and drift dives making this a destination best suited to experienced divers. Divers must be qualified to a minimum of Advanced PADI Open Water, or equivalent, with at least 50 logged dives. To fully enjoy all dives in the Sudan you will also need to have the Deep Diver specialty, or similar.
What divers say
“Bannerfish, Emperorfish, Triggerfish, Unicornfish, turtles, morays all spotted aplenty.”
“We saw sharks on a few occasions including the odd hammerhead, silky, grey and black-tip. No schooling hammerheads nor huge numbers of sharks but we’re reliably informed that on some days these can be seen. Such is nature.”
MEXICO – COZUMEL
9 – 20 November 2019
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Love sharks? Can’t get enough of wrecks? Maybe you want to experience something new. Our knowledgeable team are here to help you get the best out of your next dive holiday.
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