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Planning a diving safari

August 28, 2023

Planning a liveaboard

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However, there are a few things to consider when planning. Like how many dives have I done so far, what is my certification, when was the last time I dived...

A completed diving training and at least 30 logged dives should be proven to participate in a liveaboard. For safaris going to marine parks, 50 logged dives must be proven according to the Egyptian Water Sports and Diving Authority. The last dive should not be more than 1 year ago.

If one of these requirements is not met, it is up to our dive guides to exclude the participant from certain dives of the safari. Furthermore, it is at the discretion of the dive guide to adapt the safari tour to the level of training and experience of the participants.

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In accordance with the rules and regulations of the Chamber of Diving and Watersports, all guests are required to complete and sign a Health Record Form prior to departure.
If one or more of the medical points listed there apply to you, it is necessary to see a doctor in order to be able to prove your fitness to dive. It would be best and easiest if you arrive with a medical diving certificate.

Which route

You can get individual advice on which route is best for you from an expert in your trusted travel agency, or contact us here. We look forward to making you an offer and organizing the perfect diving safari in Egypt.

You can also view our routes in advance. If you already know exactly which dive sites in the Red Sea you would like to dive, you can find our schedule here.

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