UK current temperature is 4C and its feels cold and damp. Just sayin’…
Meanwhile in Dahab it’s 22C and sunny. Water temperature in the Red Sea is 22C right now
Why are we telling you this? Am we some sort of weird sadists?
We have just found this info and wanted to share some advice with you. Here it is. Grab yourselves a super cheap return flight to Sharm el-Sheikh this February and come diving with us at Under Pressure Divers.
Less than 100 Euro for this return flight from Brussels to Sharm!
Not too shabby.
There are some good deals on flights out there now! And about time too..
A good enough price to come and relax in the fabulous village of Dahab for 7 days of sun!
Red Sea liveaboard safari – Last minute opportunity!
PLACES ARE GOING FAST!
This month we have some great deals on liveaboards in the RedSea.
Early April from Sharm el Sheikh for one week exploring the best wrecks and reefs. This is a really great trip. We still have some places up for grabs at great prices but be very quick!
Contact us on here and mention safari discounts…
Here is a little information for you about the diving here in Dahab, Egypt.
There are over 20 dive sites in Dahab itself. Dozens more of the most famous sites in the Red Sea are within an hours drive and day trips can be arranged to Sharm el Sheikh, Ras Abu Galum and Neuweiba.
Below is a list of all courses and fun dives that we offer.
As well as facilitating your diving we can arrange transfers to and from the airport and accommodation in a hotel, a house or one of the many ‘camps’ in Dahab.
Contact us directly for more details on the above offers.
Resting on the edge of the South Sinai mountains, surrounded by national parks, this oasis attracts all sorts of travelers to its shores – Divers, freedivers, technical divers, wind and kite surfers, climbers, yoga and meditation freaks as well as adventurous family groups and people who just want to RELAX come from all around our globe flock to immerse themselves in the crystal clear waters of the Red Sea and the stunning desert landscapes around them.
The incredibly slow pace of life that Dahab seems to run on makes you drift away – sipping fresh juice or sugar cane in a beach cafe, listening to the sound of the dive centres; dive tanks clanking, people laughing, lessons being taught in multitudes of languages, the sea lapping on the shore, grills sizzling…
There is no racism and ageism on show here! All are welcome and when you visit again the locals remember you as if you had only been away for a few days.