Dahab is a small, sleepy village located on the Sinai Peninsula about 80km north of Sharm-el-Sheikh at the deepest and widest area of the Gulf of Aquaba.

The sea is 1850m deep and features approx. 20 unique diving locations, such as the infamous ”Blue Hole” and the ”Canyon”.

Due to the various diving possibilities around Dahab, it offers diving levels for beginners, for experienced divers, as well as, TEC divers.  Underwater photographers and film-makers also enjoy optimal conditions and an abundance of underwater animals.