Blue Hole

The Blue Hole is a vertical underwater sinkhole that plunges to a depth of 394 feet, situated a few miles north of the city of Dahab, Egypt. It’s not only one of the most sought-after dive sites in the Red Sea, but it’s also considered one of the most challenging dive locations worldwide. Snorkeling at the Blue Hole typically involves exploring its shallow periphery, which is adorned with a rich variety of coral species, offering a truly exceptional underwater experience

The Blue Hole is situated approximately 4 miles (7km) to the north of Dahab. Each day, a diverse array of scuba divers, free divers, snorkelers, and curious visitors embark on the journey to the Blue Hole from Dahab, often by car or camel, to experience its wonders. Daily tours are organized from both Dahab and Sharm El-Sheikh. You can also book with us, and we will ensure that you receive top-notch services throughout your adventure.

The price you pay includes transfers, lunch, tickets, masks, snorkeling equipment, and a tour guide

30,00 $

per person