Diving in the Gulf of Aqaba

Embark on an extraordinary diving expedition in the Gulf of Aqaba, a captivating region at the northern edge of the Red Sea, shared among Egypt, Israel, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia. Renowned as the world’s northernmost coral reef, this diver’s haven boasts over 60 sites catering to all skill levels. Explore vibrant marine life, from coral reefs to sunken ships, and visit iconic sites like the Red Sea Marine Peace Park and the famous Blue Hole in Dahab. Dive into history at Jordan’s Cedar Pride wreck and explore the Japanese Gardens with their stunning coral formations. With optimal year-round conditions, encounter whale sharks in June and July and manta rays in February. The Gulf of Aqaba promises an unforgettable underwater adventure, making it a must-visit destination for diving enthusiasts.

Featured places to go in Gulf of Aqaba

Eilat offers over a dozen dive sites that vary in depth and are easily accessible from the shore

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Dive Sites in Gulf of Aqaba

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