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COVID - 19 Status

Given the current travel restrictions from both EU countries and Egypt, as well as recommendations to practice Social Distancing, Colona Divers will be shutting down all operations in El Gouna, Hurghada and Marsa Alam.

As soon as the situation improves we will let you know. Until then we wish that you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy.



Great diving, great team, great boats.
"Easy going, friendly and knowledgeable staff. Everything works - the bus comes on time to pick up in the mornings (well, being a Swedish operation, the bus was early every day). Lunch is great. Equipment worked perfectly. Once you have booked, you can just relax and everything will be sorted. Absolutely loved everyday!"




 
 



Facebook EventTech-safari North Red Sea
2020-04-15
Tech-safari North Red Sea onboard New Francesca

Facebook EventLiveaboard North Red Sea - Fully booked!
2020-04-02
Wreck & Reefs / the best of North Red Sea onboard New Francesca. FULLY BOOKED!

 


10 Reasons to Ensure Red Sea Diving in Egypt Makes your Bucket List
It’s always a good time to refresh our memories about why the Red Sea has some of the best diving in the world. So Hossam Helmy put together 10 top reasons on padi.com to visit the Red Sea and tick diving in Egypt off your bucket list.



Graph showing monthly air and water temperature and recommended wetsuit for the Red Sea
Red Sea Temperatures
The Red Sea has sunshine and clear blue skies year round.

The great conditions of the Red Sea also include good water visibility due to calm waters, surrounded by sandy desert and increased light penetration resulting from its close proximity to the Equator.

Temperatures to the south around Marsa Alam are roughly one or two degrees warmer than El Gouna / Hurghada.



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