Snorkeling trips in Marsa Alam
Snorkeling in Marsa Alam – Snorkeling is the practice of swimming with a shaped tube called a snorkel and a diving mask. But a lot of fans of snorkeling also use swim fins, because they greatly facilitate the movement in the water, provide flexibility and allow you to descend to great depths.
Snorkeling is one of the most exciting and popular forms of recreation, which allows you for some time to feel like a part of the vast underwater world. It will be interesting for families as well as for a group of friends; people of all ages or physical present can also enjoy snorkeling, and yet it is one the most economical and simple sports.
We will offer you to snorkel during a whole day, and you have the opportunity to observe the coral reefs, the sea plants, fish and shellfish. You will need only standard equipment (a diving mask, a snorkel, fins, while in cold water temperatures you may need a wetsuit). The colorful coral reefs, the brightest fish and other marine species will give you a real joy.
The Red Sea is the best place for snorkeling lessons because the underwater world has more than 1,000 species of fish and about 250 species of corals. The high content of salt in the water of the sea helps you to swim easily.
A car will pick you up from the hotel; you will recognize our driver by a sign with your name in his hand. He will bring you to the diving center or directly to the boat. Depending on the location of the snorkeling site, the time on the boat will take around 15 minutes or more. An experienced instructor will guide you around the location and explain the specifics of the spot and the conditions and rules of the entry into the water, and he will help you to learn the basics of swimming and snorkeling and quickly master the equipment. And also he will show you the routes in the water. We will offer you lunch and during the day you will have time to rest and relax; also soft drinks will be offered to you. Between 3 pm and 5 pm you will return to the port and a car will transfer you to your hotel.
- Guide fees
- Equipment for snorkeling
- Round trip transfers from/to your hotel in high class vehicles with A/C
- Lunch, mineral water and soft drinks
- Gratuity (tips) for drivers, guides
- Personal items, meals, drinks or services not mentioned
- Egypt entry visa