Luxury Tourism Camp in Egypt (Low Season - 7 Days)

7 Days, Multiple Departures

Luxury Tourism Camp in Egypt (Low Season - 7 Days)
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Freshwater Swimming Pool:

The idyllic sheltered pool is the perfect place to relax after a morning's diving or just to spend a quiet peaceful day. A large surrounding patio with thatched gazebos and sun beds provides the option for slumbering in the sun or shade.

Easy access full-width steps lead you into the shallow end at 1.2 meters, around the corner the maximum depth is 3 meters making it ideal for diver training should you decide to learn to scuba, there is no better place to learn than the Red Sea.

In the corner is a shallow paddling pool for children to sit and read whilst submerged in the cooling fresh water. There is a poll bar with waiter service offering drinks and ice creams between 11:00 am and sunset.

The pool is open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm daily. There is no lifeguard on duty at any time, use of the pool is at your own risk. Children must be supervised at all times. No glass is permitted around the pool. Diving into or running around the pool is not permitted.

Scuba Diving:

Known as the "Jewel of the Red Sea", El Quseri has the reputation of providing the very best shore-based diving in the Egyptian Red Sea.

Abu Sauatir is the simply outstanding easy entry house reef for Roots Red Sea, a fact borne out in a recent marine biology survey which recorded over one third of the Red Sea fish species in the bay in just a 2 week period! The first thing that regular visitors to the Red Sea will notice is you will have the dive sites to yourselves, with over 80 sites and 6 dive centers, El Quseir offers ‘Millionaire Diving’ - astounding dive sites with you and the marine environment, not other divers! Shore access can be simply such is Serib Kebir, a few strides on the sandy beach and out into the colorful fringing reefs or the more challenging entries such as Nafag Rene which is a hole in the reef leading to a 10 minute swim through caverns to reach the outer reef.

The harbor offers some of the best diving in the region and all so close the historic town. The Rock, the topic of a recent Sport Diver article, is an amazing mount with several hundred anemones forming a swirling topping of tentacles extending to the dazzling array of a thousand damsel fish that call the anemones home. The extensive gardens at Ras Qusier provide jaw dropping dives amongst endless varieties slow growing hard corals all absolutely teeming with fish life. The 40m wall provides a regular haunt for the large Napoleon Wrasse that frequent the region. Omar Sukan is simply a natural aquarium, awesome fast growing hard corals stretching as far as the eye can see with a busy metropolis of marine life covering the area.

Private Beach:

Remote quiet beach away from the crowds. Easy access for swimming, snorkeling and diving. Washrooms and freshwater showers, beach cafe for lunches and drinks. Sun loungers and shades. Beach towels provided.

About The Host

The new luxury camp reopened in January 2011 at which point there were 11 modern chalets and the core restaurant was almost completed. Plans were afoot to continue the redevelopment with further new rooms and other facilities, however, the Arab Spring uprising, unfortunately, skippered these good intentions.

As there was zero tourism in Egypt, with all but the UK canceling flights, the owner decided to close the camp. Pharaoh Dive Club at this point saw the real potential of the new concept camp and agreed with the owner to take over the operation of the luxury camp. Several years later the situation remains unchanged and their faith in the potential has proven well-founded.

As the country recovered stability and the visitor numbers increased, the refurbishment program was re-established.

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