Scuba Diving since the pandemic started has been curtailed somewhat. Our partnership with Red Sea Diving Safari remains ever so strong and we continue
to work with them to organise safe and enjoyable diving holidays in the future as travel restarts in a post pandemic world.
We want you to feel confident and safe to visit our resorts and continue to enjoy the unique experience RSDS has to offer. This even more so as our interactions have been limited.
The resorts are what we consider, "naturally distanced", due to
the vast space in the resorts for guests. Predominately time is spent outside which also increases safety as very little mixing indoors happens at the resort. Rooms are spaced out meaning you can have little contact with others during your stay.
The quiet location and privacy offered has been one of the many things our guests love about the resorts.
The staff at RSDS and all the people involved in delivering your service once you enter the transfer have all been given the Astrazeneca Vaccine. This will again increase safety for all wanting to visit.
Remember RSDS is built on family values and over 150 local people are employed and supported by the Hossam and have remained so during the pandemic. Your visit counts for more than just your diving holiday.
Booking your holiday can seem too much of a worry at present. Let our team guide you through the details and requirements to make that first trip into the new post pandemic world. Our holidays to Egypt offer
the ability to be changed or moved easily. Ironically now is when the reefs are most quiet and when the best diving experience is on offer. Speak to the team about your thoughts and concerns and we will
be happy to help answer your questions as best as we can in an honest manner.
Watch the video about how RSDS are working to reduce COVID risk
Please note the video is a guide and actual activities are changing as requirements are amended locally and globally. The goal is to enhance your understanding of how processes have been changed to support your
safety and to embark on a careful return to scuba diving.