Intro Scuba Diving in Sharm El Sheikh from Shore, Introduction to scuba diving is your first step to learn how to breathe and dive in open water. Learn the basics of theory, safety and equipment use. Then slip into the water from one of fine pots for diving in Sharm El Sheikh from shore alongside a Professional trainer, and dive to a depth of (5-8 meters). Discover Sharm El Sheikh thriving reefs; follow vibrant fish past swaying fans, graceful coral formations and slender rays.
Intro Scuba Diving in Sharm El Sheikh from Shore, to see what the underwater world looks and learn how to breathe and dive underwater from shore for 15 minutes of adventure
Pick up time
We will pick up from your hotel to dive center at10:00 am, to start your adventure scuba Diving-Sharm El Sheikh from Shore.
In diving center we will complete registration and medical statement; this is a compulsory requirement for all divers.
Intro scuba diving time
Once you arrive, you will asked to complete registration and medical statement, this is a compulsory requirement for all divers. You will be inform about the general procedures and organization of diving. Then you will be ready to get off.
You will start to know all the basics of the dive and introduce you to the breathing apparatus. This is the most difficult part of the dive. Just a little unorthodox in breathing through this but easily learnt. Once mastered the rest is easy. In addition, you will go through the safety precautions and ensure you fully understand the sign language that used underwater.
You will kit up with the jacket, tank, weights and mask. The Professional diver will enter the water and assist you as well. When you are ready, he will take you down below the surface at a maximum depth of 6-10 meters at steady pace.
This deep enough to give you the experience of breathing underwater and moving around freely underwater
Back to hotel
After finish our trip we will pick up you back to hotel.
Minimum age is 10 years.
No Certification given for Introduction Phase.
Not recommended for participants with heart complaints or other serious medical conditions