Scuba Hurghada - Red Sea
Diving, Snorkeling and Fun!
We are OPEN ! find COVID-19 news and details below this page…
Experience the Red Sea with our Dive Center in Hurghada, Egypt
The friendly Dutch-Egyptian dive center Scuba Hurghada is set up by diving enthusiasts Sayed and Marjolein. They put scuba diving activity at the center of their lives. Quality and safety are our highest priorities. Choose the best dive center in Hurghada Red Sea Egypt!
Sayed Bijou comes from a family that has been diving professionally in the Red Sea for decades. He is one of the most experienced diving instructors in Egypt and still dives with great passion every day!
Marjolein is from the Netherlands, has studied law at the university in Amsterdam and has worked as a company lawyer with Endemol and ID&T. In 2006 she met Sayed. After the warm reception of the Egyptians and the culture she was quickly found underwater. Since her emigration she is active as a PADI dive instructor in Egypt and is the contact for our guests and travel partners.
Sayed and Marjolein are the proud parents of Noor and Sarah. These mermaids will be part of the Scuba Hurghada Team in the future.
Join us for great daily diving, your (next) PADI scuba diving certification, introductory diving, snorkeling, a private trip to Luxor or a Jeep Safari!
I had a very nice experience diving with Scuba Hurghada Dive Center. It was my first time diving and everything went very smoothly thanks to my instructor, Sayed. He was… read more
So far the best dive center in Hurghada: atmosphere on the boat was fun, Sayed is a very good instructor and guide under water and good company outside 👌👌… read more
Great diving experience, beautiful reef. Friendly staff and tasty food. We booked a private boat to go out diving. The boat is super clean (especially the restroom is very clean).… read more
We had a full week diving (12 dives). Boat is in excellent conditions and crew is amazing. Sayed takes care of you in all aspects, diving, food , desert after… read more
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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) news - WE ARE OPEN!
These are challenging times for all of us and the scuba diving industry is no exception. Fortunately, we are open for diving the Red Sea and we can’t wait to have you join us! We are keeping up to date with all the guidelines and regulations to minimise the risk of virus transmission and keep you as safe as possible. For sure by taking all the necessary precautions COVID-19 won’t stop us from diving with lots of FUN!
FLIGHTS TO HURGHADA
Several airlines fly to Hurghada (such as Egyptair, EasyJet, Pegasus (through Istanbul), Edelweiss (through Zurich)). Upon arrival in Hurghada, you do not need to purchase a visa until May 1, 2021 (saving USD 25 per person). It is also not necessary to hand over a negative COVID-19 PCR test immediately upon arrival, this test can be done at the Hurghada airport (PCR test cost: USD 30 per person). The result of this PCR test takes about 24 hours and until then they have to be quarantined in the hotel they have booked. All hotels have reserved a section in their hotel for these quarantine guests.
STAY SAFE: PROTECTIVE MEASURES AGAINST CORONA (COVID-19)
In light of the coronavirus, named SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), you should take good care of your health and also protect others by following basic recommendations, which include:
– Wash your hands frequently
– Maintain social distancing
– Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
– Practice respiratory hygiene (cover mouth and nose with elbow when sneezing or coughing)
– Wear a face covering in public settings
If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early!
We’re following sanitation procedures for the diving equipment and boat, as recommended by Divers Alert Network (DAN) and PADI and complying with local guidelines.
Stay informed and follow advice given by your healthcare provider. Stay up-to-date about new developments and learn about all the protective measures against the coronavirus on the WHO website, or consult the resources made available by the Ministry of Health in your country of residence.