Pick up schedule depend on your hotel location. We advise to contact us on our local number 01144044035 one day before your trip date.
Yes, it is suitable for the whole family
Makadi , Safaga, Somabay, and El Gouna are outside the city of Hurghada. Extra charges may apply for the pick up (8$ additional fee to be paid cash on the boat)
No, except the transportation outside Hurghada city.
Inside Hurghada city, transportation is free.
All of our reef sites offer great ecological diversity and an abundance of marine life. Some of the commonly seen marine life include turtles, anemone fish (Nemo), lionfish, cuttlefish, moray eels and more...
Yes a hot and cold buffet lunch is served on board.
Our crew do speak a number of different languages, however a specific language can not be guaranteed on any given day of travel due to staff rosters.
Hopefully not. Where there is motion however, whether in a car, bus, plane or boat, some people will suffer from motion sickness. Motion sickness medication is available onboard.
Standard masks magnify objects underwater by 25%, however prescription masks are also available ranging from -2 to -7 in strength.
Not technically. It is recommended however that if you can't swim but would like to do an introductory dive would be better suited to ensure the best experience.
Yes, any age is welcome accompanied by an adult, however we highly recommend that children be confident in the water. Babysitting facilities are not available onboard.
Yes, you can bring a camera, but we recommend to have a waterproof one if you want to have it in the water with you.
Our guides normally have an underwater camera and usually, take photos during the tour. If you are interested in photos please let your guide know before you go into the water.
You can then buy the photos from your guide at the end of the tour, which includes all the photos from that day. Kindly note that photos cannot be guaranteed. Our customer’s safety and well-being is our first priority, and therefore the guide will focus on snorkelers as a priority when in the water and will be taking photos when everyone is comfortable.
No. Unfortunately, glasses don’t create a seal between your face and the mask. We recommend wearing contact lenses instead.
You are not able to participate in the snorkelling tour if you are pregnant.
Some snorkelling tours match with a dive tour, and then you will be in the same area at the same time. You will, however, be in separate groups with separate guides, and won’t be in the water exactly at the same time.
Yes, you must be able to swim independently without a lifejacket, and you must be comfortable in the water.