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Hamata is the hotspot of the moment in the Red Sea. A favourite with Regaldive guests, Hamata offers a diving getaway that resembles the Egypt of old: pristine reefs, quiet dive sites formerly only accessible via liveaboard, and an atmosphere of total peace and relaxation. Being so far south, the waters are also at least a couple of degrees warmer than elsewhere in the Egyptian Red Sea.

And don't worry about the transfer! This journey, which lasts around two and a half hours from Marsa Alam Airport, is one of the most scenic drives in Egypt, following the Red Sea coast for much of the journey past stunning secluded coves, desert mountain landscape and the lush natural beauty of the mangroves of the Wadi Gimal National Park.

Once you arrive in Hamata, the magnificent reefs of Fury Shoals are literally on your doorstep. Over 35 nearby dive sites make up some of the most memorable and stunning dives in the Red Sea with beautiful coral gardens, an abundance of marine life, large and small, and some truly intriguing caves, caverns and swim throughs that entice you to explore.

Divers wanting to discover Hamata this May and June can save £50 on a stay at the Zabargad Berenice Resort. A true diver's resort, Zabargad is comprised of attractive nubian-style buildings dotted around terraced gardens that lead down to the sea. Evenings at this remote resort are spent enjoying the panoramic views of the bay and the spectacular sunsets. The on-site jetty gives access to a lovely stretch of fringing reef that is always a popular choice for night dives. The lack of current, fine visibility and abundance of interesting marine life also makes this an excellent site for photographers.

A seven night package at Zabargad Berenice Resort starts from just £649pp this Spring including return flights, transfers, half board accommodation and three day's unguided house reef diving.

Call our diving specialists on 01353 659 999 to find out more.

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