Anthias Divers, located along the southern Sinai in Sharm el Sheikh, offers an abundance of natural beauty. The Red Sea and the Sinai Peninsula are very popular with divers due to the natural landscape of deserts, mountainous terrain, and flowering oases amid the wandering camels and Bedouins. A visit to the area would include such famous sights as the St. Kathrine Monastery, the Coloured Canyon, and the biblical Mount Sinai.
The area has developed and grown thanks to the close proximity of the airport, which is only five miles from the dive center. As a result, many restaurants, bars, and hotels have also established a presence in the region, making it more convenient than ever to plan a journey to Anthias Divers.
Anthias Divers has all the available resources to guide you expertly through the vast world of underwater tropical fish and bright, intense reefs as you glide past in search of unique sights and maybe even shipwrecks.
The dive sites off the southern coast of Sharm el Sheikh are easily accessible by boat within just a few minutes. A couple of the sites can also be reached by shore. Many of the dive sites offer profound drop-offs that reach to shallow plateaus that are beneficial to beginners and useful to instructional dive courses that are aimed toward beginning divers.
Courses include the Open Water Diver Course, which offers the basics for open water diving. This course is taught in smaller, more intimate groups of up to four persons and lasts approximately four days. Two days are spent in training off the boat. Because Anthias Divers has such a fantastic location, students can experience diving straight into the Red Sea from the very first day, as opposed to having their first practice sessions in a swimming pool.
One drive dive site, the Ras Umm Sid site, is located adjacent to a renowned Italian restaurant, “El Fanar.” This is a popular dive site. No matter which dive site you choose, your dive is sure to be a treasure and a beautiful experience with Anthias Divers in Sharm el Sheikh.