To experience the best scuba diving in the Red Sea, Elphinstone Reef should be top of the list, which is famous for exciting shark filled drift dives. The best way to experience this top Red Sea dive site is by dive liveaboard, but you can dive Elphinstone Reef on day trips when based in Marsa Alam.
The cost per dive for scuba diving is $30-$35 if you book a two tank boat dive trip at a total of cost $60-$70 depending on where you dive and how far off shore the dive boat ventures. Single tank dives cost on average $40, or just $5 for a tank fill if you have your own dive tanks for shore diving.
Blue Planet Liveaboards own five Red Sea diving safari boats, which include Blue Planet 1, Blue Pearl, Blue Storm, MY Blue and Blue Seas Liveaboard. Their safari boats will take you to wrecks in the north of the Red Sea, Brother Islands and the deep south to St. John’s, Zabargad, and Rocky Island.
A Red Sea diving safari is where you spend a week or more on a liveaboard dive boat diving up to three times every day. If you’re a beginner diver a Red Sea diving safari is the best way to build-up your experience cheaply, as the Red Sea liveaboards are some of the lowest priced boats you can find.
Seawolf diving safari is a scuba tour agency in Hurghada, Egypt offering Red Sea scuba diving trips with three diving liveaboards. These include the Seawolf Felo Liveaboard, the Seawolf Soul Liveaboard and the Seawolf Dominator Liveaboard.
This Seawolf Dominator Liveaboard review reveals a 36 metre (118 feet) safari dive boat built for up to 24 scuba divers. With paid Nitrox onboard so you can extend your dive times. Meals cater for all dietary requirements. 11/12 en-suite aircon cabins for couples, singles and families.