Set Group Departures: 26 July – 04 August 2017
Please Enquire for Alternative Dates!
Flights & Transfers
Optional Extensions to Marsa Alam, Luxor & Cairo can be arranged
The Red Sea is a seawater inlet of the Indian Ocean, lying between Africa and Asia. The connection to the ocean is in the south through the Bab el Mandeb strait and the Gulf of Aden.
Accommodations are offered in 10 cabins with two single or bunk beds in each. All cabins have en-suite bathrooms. The luxurious cabins are equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning, mini bar, bathrobes and towels, among other services.
6 Bunk Cabins
2 x Single Cabins
2 x Bunk Cabins
Check in at Johannesburg International airport at 18h00 for your flight to Cairo departing at 21h45.
On arrival in Cairo at 05h35, stay in transit for your flight to Hurghada departing at 07h00. Met at Hurghada airport on arrival at 08h05 and transfer by road to Port Ghaleb (approx 3 hour drive).
Check in to liveaboard, settle in and unpack – overnight in port.
The luxury Liveaboard offers 5* service, exceptional cuisine, a friendly crew and unlimited diving opportunities.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily and tea, coffee, soft drinks and bottled water are freely available on board.
Unlimited diving on only the best dive sites.
After 2 dives, return to the port and overnight on the Liveaboard.
Check out of the Liveaboard after breakfast (by 10am). Transfer to the Hurghada airport for the flight back to Johannesburg departing at approx. 23h10. (Meals at own cost). Optional day rooms and extensions can be arranged.
Arrive in Johannesburg at approx. 07h10.
St Johns is a collection of small reefs offering some of the best diving in the Red Sea. Habili Ali will make even the most experienced of divers sigh with wonder when admiring the forests of huge fan corals and black corals that populate its walls. At its western end grey reef, silver-tip and big schools of hammerhead sharks may be observed. Also keep a look out for the curious and impressive Hump-head parrot fish that are typical for the St Johns area.