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Share with us one of your action-packed, entertaining or funny snapshots taken on one of our diving safaris under or above water as well as rate and comment others’! So get to it, send us your best picture via e-mail to the e-mail address or upload it onto our Facebook page! We will put them in an album where you can browse through all of them. The owner of the picture with the most comments – attention: “comment”, not “like”! – will receive a coupon worth 15% and a mug with our logo. What are you waiting for? Send the picture right now!

Deadline for sending in the pictures: July 6, 2012 (Thursday)
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My favourite dive sites

My favourite dive sites where I would travel again

I have travelled to many places and dived in various seas and oceans of the world in the past ten years. I got to thinking during the last minutes of a fantastic dive on my latest trip about the most memorable dives and most lasting experiences of my life.

The sites and countries began to run through my head: Costa Rica, Egypt, Sudan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, South Africa and lots of other unique and fascinating locations. I am frequently asked during conversations where it is best to dive or what the best dive site are but I have never been able to fully answer these questions as each place is different.

In general, every minute spent under water amazes and fascinates me. I am taken aback by the silence and beauty of the sea. Every dive is made up of the spectacle of various marine life and undescribable shapes and colours, you just have to watch and wait and the sea will show itself. I could mention any visibility or a sandy, muddy slope seemingly devoid of life where after a few minutes of careful observation, millions of eyes would stare from the sand at the trained eye and suddenly, the dive site often described as dull, would come to life.

I always think of the divers who constantly want to dive at new places. They just keep swimming as if wanting to overcome a great distance, only to complain at the end of the dive of not having seen anything when in actuality, they could have been witnesses to a biodiversity not found anywhere on land. Sometimes I also just swim around and watch and only in the last minutes of the dive would a wonder present itself to me that I have never seen and this is what makes every dive exciting.

So, based on this, I cannot really make any order of preference since any of the sites could be the best or the most interesting. I would rather it is a kind of a log book of the most memorable moments in the past ten years:

The best dive sites ever:

Costa Rica, Cocos: Alcyon

Malaysia, Sipadan: Barracuda point

French Polynesia, Fakarava: South pass

Sudan, Shaab Rumi: South plateau

Indonesia, Raja Ampat: Manta point

Bahamas: Tiger beach

Egypt: Elphinstone

Photographed and written by Daniel Selmeczi

Best Summer Deals in Egypt

Let us pamper you this Summer! We offer some super value deals and varied routes in Egypt. We have selected for You some dates to choose from.

Get wet…sleep, eat, dive…and RELAX! Now offering at an unbeatable price!

Our Best Summer Deals for you in Egypt:

1. 22 – 29 May, 2011
M/Y Cassiopeia
Route: St. John’s and Abu Fendera

2. 5 – 12 June, 2011
M/Y Cassiopeia
Route: North Diving Safari

3. 10 – 17 August, 2011
M/Y Andromeda
Route: St. John’s and Abu Fendera

4. 28 September – 05 October, 2011
M/Y Andromeda
Route: Brother’s Island

We hope to see you there! For any further details or with your booking requests, please contact us. Thank you very much.

That it is for know… join your dives!

Until next time happy bubbles és safe travels!

Dangerous Reef

Location: Red Sea / Egypt / St. John’s
Description: Reef / Coral Garden
Depth: 8 – 26 m

Dangerous reef is the most southerly of the St. John’s reefs dived from Egypt. This is one of the few dive sites in the Southern Red Sea that offer a reasonably shallow flat bottom. This makes it good for an overnight anchorage and night diving. This is a medium sized, diamond shape reef. The hard coral wall drops down to around 18 meters where there is a gently sloping sandy bottom with small coral heads. A family of napoleon wrasse and free-swimming morays are common in this area. The topography here makes for great swim-throughs. There are many breaks in the reef shallows that allow easy and safe penetration.

Sha’ab Rumi

This is the best dive place on earth and the best place for hammerheads in the Red Sea. During one dive there is a big chance to see 40-50 in front of you. Best season for hammerheads is from November till April. on the plateau also sits Jacques Cousteau’s shark observation cage. If you would like to READ MORE about the best dive place on earth click here…