Egypt has long been a favorite among scuba divers, thanks to its easy access to the Red Sea, which runs the whole of Egypt’s eastern coast. The Red Sea was first brought to the world’s attention by Hans and Lotte Haas’ award-winning black-and-white documentary Adventures in the Red Sea and then popularized by Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s full-color documentary “The Silent World” in 1956.
Egypt is a scuba diver’s paradise, with over 1,800 miles of shoreline, crystal clear waters, fascinating wrecks, and a variety of colorful reefs alive with marine life. The ‘Land of the Pharaohs,’ which is surrounded by both the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, features beautiful underwater landscapes that offer some of the best diving spots in the world.
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