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Anyone who has ever been diving in Sudan, has never returned disappointed. There are the untouched coral reefs including the world famous Shaab Rumi where Cousteau conducted his experiments on how man could live under the water. There is also the wreck of Umbira, a 150m long WWII ship that sank in quite shallow waters, making her easy to dive.
The number of boats in Sudan offering diving safaris is about 8-9 (in Egypt there are hundreds), so during the diving tours divers do not meet other boats and do not have to fight for space underwater with other divers. The dives are only for the group and the sites can be enjoyed without the crowds.
Sudan is mostly famous for its sharks, schools of barracuda, untouched coral reefs and mainly in the south, for the large schools of hammerheads.
On the last day of the tour when the boat sails back to the harbour, the guests can visit the island of Suakin, which was once the main port city in the Red Sea. Today it is a white virtual ghost town, famous for its houses built from coral “bricks”.

We arrange the Sudanese visa for all our guests. The usual travel to Port Sudan is through Cairo.

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