SUBEX house reef and excursions to the top dive spots of the Sinai
We are positioned to allow our guests to divea top house reef at our SUBEX dive center in Sharm El Sheikh. Our Main Center (in Jolie Ville) is ideally located in the middle of Naama Bay.
Of course we also offer trips to the famous dive sites Ras Mohamed, Tiran, Thistlegorm, Blue Hole (Dahab) and Nabq! Both by boat and with our minibuses, you will reach the dive sites of your dreams!
Our house reef in Naama Bay
From the diving platform it is only a few meters to the entrance to the sea. This takes place quite simply over the sandy beach. The water is already shallow. Various beautiful coral blocks protrude from the sandy subsoil.
Especially the variety of fish in Naama Bay is worth mentioning. Eagle and blue spotted rays, moray eels, lionfish, napoleons, giant groupers and with a bit of luck a large green turtle are among our “pets”.
The world-famous diving area “Naama Bay” is ideal for introductory diving, diving courses of all kinds and underwater photographers. Besides the normal diving program we offer daily early morning and night dives on the beach.
Trips by boat and bus expand our program
Boat diving in Sharm El Sheikh
During full day boat trips we lead you to the reefs in the Strait of Tiran.
The intact top coral reefs are called Jackson, Woodhouse, Thomas and Gordon Reef. The boat also continues all day to Ras Mohamed. This area includes the southern tip of the Sinai and is the only national park in Egypt. One of the top 10 Red Sea dive sites is waiting to be dived!
Jumping into the water at Shark Reef and diving along the colourful coral walls to Yolanda Reef is an experience in a class of its own. As a crowning conclusion of this dive you can admire the most famous toilet bowls of the diving world – the cargo of the Yolanda, which sank here in 1980. Especially in the summer months, various schools of fish such as double spotted snappers, barracudas, surgeon or bat fish can be observed in blue water.
Also excursions to the most famous wreck of the Red Sea – the SS Thistlegorm.are regularly on the program at SUBEX. The war freighter sank during the Second World War and was already discovered and documented in the 1950s by the famous Jacques-Yves Cousteau.