Red Sea Dive Safari offers a holiday experience like no other, this southern
Red Sea diving destination pioneers sustainable tourism development across all three of its
villages. Making it a positive choice for those that are passionate about supporting the
local Bedouin community along with conservation of our ocean and its incredible marine life.
Environmentally responsible tourism practices
‘Eco-diving’ in a world class destination
Providers of education, employment and income to the local tribes
Initiating and supporting Environment Protection Projects
RED SEA DIVE SAFARI
Red Sea Dive Safari work tirelessly to promote and integrate cultural encounters into the tourism
experience to ensure Bedouins can generate an income alongside being able
to live in their traditional ways. Take a sunset tour into the desert and
enjoy dinner in the company of Ababada Bedouin or join a Sheelateen excusion
where you will meet the Bishari and Ababaga Bedouin and visit the camel market.
Experience star gazing in the silence of the desert on an astro tour where the
Bedouins will provide tea and shisha (Egyptian water pipe).
SNORKELING, DIVING AND MORE
There are three Red Sea Diving Resorts Marsa Shagra, Marsa Nakari and Wadi Lahami. Each offers a different diving experince
but the concept remains the same and that is the reason divers keep going back. At Marsa Shagra and Nakari the resort sits
on the Marsa and allows for unrivalled shore access or zodiac diving, at Wadi Lahami it is all zodiac diving, however it is
one of the only places you can dive the stunning reef system of the fury shoals from land!
‘Eco-diving’ at Red Sea Dive Safari means that you receive an environmentally orientated and educational diving experience.
You can partake in workshops where knowledge of marine biology and underwater ecosystems are
encouraged. The Red Sea is home to over 1200 fish species and 300 coral species of which
10% exist nowhere else in the world and here at RSDS the maximum number of house-reef dives
are no greater than its carrying capacity to control human impact and protect the future of
this rich marine ecosystem.