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Explore The Southern

Red Sea, Egypt

Explore the depths in style aboard a luxurious dive boat, designed with lavish features, exceptional service, and unparalleled diving of the breathtaking underwater world. The cabins are considered as the biggest in the Red Sea compared to other 45 meter boats. with 8 cabins on Upper and 8 cabins on lower deck. 


Explore The Southern

Red Sea, Egypt


Cost: LOWER DECK: EURO 1650 ++


Single Occupancy: 80% surcharge of cabin cost

All costs mentioned above are excludingIndian Taxes (mentioned in 'Exclusions ofCost')


21st - 28th October, 2023



  • Brothers island
    The Brothers Islands are exclusive and secluded, reserved only for the lucky few. Imagine underwater mountains, coral reefs sloping into deep plateaus, and spectacular wall diving. You'll be surrounded by soft corals, gorgonian forests, and large fish like tuna, jacks, and snappers. And if you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of hammerheads, silvertips, and oceanic white tip sharks. Big Brother has 2 Red Sea wrecks - The Numidia and Aida. Keep an eye out for pelagic creatures as well. This spot is one of the most legendary diving sites in the Red Sea, so don't miss out!

  • Elphinstone reef
    Elphinstone's north and south tips are home to massive plateaus, spanning 100m wide and 20-40m deep. The underwater scene here is stunning, with soft corals, giant gorgonians, sponges and sea whips. If you're lucky, you'll see the Giant Trevally and Great Barracuda hunting, and reef sharks are always around. But the real stars of the show are the curious Oceanic White Tip sharks, who might sneak up on you for a closer look! It's best to go in October-December if you want to see these beauties. But, take note, diving here is only for advanced divers; the open ocean site has strong currents.

  • Daedalus reef
    A top-notch dive spot, aka Abu Kizan! This reef is huge, measuring 400 mts long & 100 mts wide and it's not connected to any other land. Plenty of chances to see pelagic fish and loads of vibrant coral. Since it's a Marine park, the reefs are in primo condition. Just keep in mind that like Brothers Islands, strong currents run from north to south along the steep walls, and windy days can create swells on the surface, making things a bit tricky. But with deep walls, drop-offs, tons of amazing hard coral formations, you won't regret checking out this oval-shaped reef with its very own lighthouse!



  • 20/10: Fly to and stay 1N at Cairo

  • 21/10 : Fly to Hurghada and take bus transfer to Marsa Alam. Check in the boat & paperwork

  • 22/10 : Sail out and do 2 dives (perhaps a night dive), then sail over night to Brother’s islands

  • 23/10 : We do 3 dives in Brother's then sail over night to Daedalus reef

  • 24/10 : 3 dives on Daedalus

  • 25/10 : 3 more dives in Daedalus reef

  • 26/10 : Elphinstone 2 dives, 3rd dive in Abo Dabab then night dive too

  • 27/10 : We do our last 2 dives and back to the marina

  • 28/10 : Check out and fly home



  • 7N/8D Full Board meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, soft drinks, snacks)

  • Accomodation on Twin sharing basis

  • 3 Orca team members will be traveling along + local dive guides will be there to guide you through the entire experience

  • 12L tanks and weights

  • Approx : 17+ dives (including 2 night dives)

  • Wi-Fi

  • Orca Trip tshirt

  • Trip aftermovie



  • Flights & visas

  • Indian taxes (5% GST + 5% TCS)

  • Port, route and national park fees + bus transfer Hurghada -Marsa Alam @ €215

  • Equipment Rental - €150 full set + 15L tanks extra cost

  • Alcohol or any additional purchases on board

  • Staff gratuity (€100 pp)

  • 1N stay in Cairo, depending on flight schedule


Payment & Cancellation Policy

  • 50% of trip cost required to book the spot

  • Remaining 50% due on 1st August 2023

  • May 1st to July 31st 2023, 50% refundable.

  • August 1st to September 20th 2023, 25% refundable.

  • September 21st to October 21st 2023, No refunds.


COVID Guidelines

  • Mandatory RTPCR tests to and from Mumbai within 72 before international departure.

  • Doctor's clearance required if you have been tested positive for Covid-19.

  • The situation regarding COVID-19 & related travel issues is changing daily - All rules regarding Covid-19 and travel are subject to change as per Government Guidelines.



Orca Dive Club will not be responsible for no diving due to weather conditions, for civil unrest, terrorism, strikes, illness, epidemics, accidents, Injuries, damage, loss and theft, quarantine, customs regulations, changes in flight itinerary, delays, deportation orrefusal of entry by immigration authorities and incase of any cancellation or changes to itinerary by the Local Government.

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