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Sinbad Submarine Under the Red Sea

Duration: Half Day

sinbad submarine under the red sea

If you want to discover the awe-inspiring treasures under the sea during your holiday in Egypt, this unique tour will take you on an exciting journey of exploration and discovery. Climb aboard the Sinbad Submarine for an enchanting underwater adventure, during which you can marvel at vibrant coral reefs and an amazing variety of sea life without having to get wet!

Occupying part of the Great Rift Valley, the warm, crystal clear waters of the Red Sea are famous for hosting an incredibly diverse and beautiful undersea world, which includes over 1000 fish species and over 400 coral species. The Red Sea is renowned for being one of the best diving destinations in the world, but if you want to explore its spectacular natural beauty without the need for training and equipment – or even without getting wet – this exciting excursion should not to be missed.

Seating 44 passengers and two pilots, the Sinbad Submarine is the only submarine in the Middle East. After diving down to a depth of 72 feet (22 meters) below the surface, you will be able to marvel at the incredible seascapes of this magnificent underwater world through specially constructed viewing windows that ensure every passenger has a clear view.

The dazzling colours of the coral reefs and gardens will take your breath away, boasting exotic underwater flora and hundreds of hard and soft coral species of all colours, shapes and sizes. These fragile ecosystems are also teeming with some of the richest sea life in the world, including hundreds of brightly-coloured tropical fish, sea turtles, moray eels, barracuda, snapper, surgeonfish, starfish, octopus, cuttlefish, stingrays, a variety of sharks and a myriad of other fascinating marine creatures.

A marine specialist will be narrating throughout the tour, pointing out different species on the way and answering any questions you may have. Enjoy the tranquility of life beneath the waves as you sit back and watch the beauty of this natural aquarium up close. The diversity of the Red Sea will delight and amaze you.

Your undersea adventure will take approximately 50 minutes. On your return to the surface, you will be transferred back to your hotel in Hurghada. This is a great excursion for families who would prefer to enjoy a Red Sea underwater experience in the safety and comfort of a submarine.

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