Red Sea Submarine Tour
Cruises and boat tours

Red Sea Submarine Tour

Free cancellation
Language: German , English , French , Dutch
Printed ticket only
Duration: from 2 hours to 4 hours
Do this because
  • Red Sea submarine cruise
  • The best way to see the Red Sea marine life without getting wet
  • Minimal travel times
What to expect

Witness the watery wonders of the coral reefs, the glittering array of colourful fish, sea rays and green turtles – without even having to get your feet wet. This two-hour semi-submersible vessel sets sail from the charming surrounds of the upscale Port Ghalib marina.

Discover an underwater world as the bottom half of the Sea Scope is fully submerged beneath the clear waters of the Red Sea – the best aquatic experience possible without having to take the plunge decked out in scuba or snorkelling gear.

And as one of the seven wonders of the natural world, the Red Sea is home to an array of colourful coral reefs and exotic species of fish. Your knowledgeable captain knows the spots to visit as a friendly commentator fills you in on all the facts.

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What's included
  • Return transfers
What to remember

No meals included. Pick-up at hotel from 10:00. Bring hat and sunblock

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Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 2 days before the activity begins.

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