Glass Bottom Boat Adventure

Glass Bottom Boat Trip in Red Sea at Sharm; View of coral reef from Glass Boat in Red Sea at Sharm el Sheikh; Why do we call our glass bottom boats adventure trip unique? We have made our aim to providing trip by an ideal instrument for underwater world observation. Diving gives amazing impressions, but requires special equipment, long training and ideal health of diver. Submarines are great, but very expensive in use and it isn’t good idea for people having claustrophobia. Ordinary glass bottom boats have narrow field of view, because their bottom glasses are flat and small. Besides, the speed of such boats is very low. So, we took the best glass bottom boats and provide revolutionary series of glass bottom boats just take your adventure.

Tour Highlights
Pick up Transfer|Tour Leader|Drive to Marina|Entrance Fees to the Glass Boat|Sailing by Glass Boat in Red Sea for One Hour|Drop off Transfer|

Tour Itinerary
Enjoy an excursion by glass boat. There is a trip every hour. We take you from Na’ama Bay over Coral Reef to the Near Garden and Far Garden where you can see the great brain, one of the biggest corals in the world. Enjoy an afternoon on a glass bottom boat, where you will be able to see the beautiful coral and fish that Sinai is famous for, all while comfortably above water. You don’t need to get in the water to enjoy the spectacular coral reefs of the Red Sea at Sharm el-Sheikh. Board a glass bottom boat to see the underwater world while staying dry, Enjoy the views from the glass bottom boat as you see the underwater world without getting wet, your English speaking guide will be on hand providing commentary and to answer any questions you may have.

 

Trip Duration Trip Runs Pick-up Location Return To Pick-up Time
About 2 Hours Daily Selected Sharm Hotels The Same Pick-up Point Many Available Times

 

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Glass-Bottom Boat Ride in Sharm

Discover the Gardens; It would be a shame to go to Sharm el-Sheikh and not be able to see all the underwater treasures of the Red Sea, only because you can’t dive, snorkel or even swim. A glass-bottom boat ride is what you need to see all the underwater wonders of the Red Sea. Beautiful gardens of coral, amazing reef fishes, and even some bigger species swimming in the shallow waters under the boat. One of the nicest glass-bottom boat trips in Sharm el-Sheikh starts at Naama Bay and cruises over to the Near and Far Garden diving sites where beautiful coral reefs await you. Such a trip usually lasts around 90 minutes. The participants are usually accompanied by an expert guide who will be pleased to give you more details about the fish and coral species you’ll be looking at. Apart from being quite cheap, the trip is a perfect family attraction; children, parents and elderly people will all enjoy it equally. It is also the perfect occasion to make great souvenir pictures; on your way back to shore you’ll be able to strike the pose with a beautiful panoramic view of the coast in the background.

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Red Sea Reefs Exploring

Snorkeling and Scuba diving on the fringing reefs of the Red Sea became popular soon after the publicity, books, and films of the expeditions of Hans Hass and Jacques Cousteau in the 1950s and 1960s were widely disseminated.
The very popular Egyptian reef diving center of Sham-el-Sheikh, located on the southern tip of the Sinai, has undergone rapid expansion recently.
Today, the most popular dive destinations along the northern coast of the Gulf of Aquaba (known as the “Red Sea Riviera”) include Aqaba in Jordan. Other popular destinations in the Gulf of Aquaba on the the Egyptian side of Sinai are Dahab and Taba.
Further south, along the western shore of the Red Sea, reef diving is well supported at Marsa Alam, El Gouna, Safaga, and Hurghada.

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Coral Reefs in Red Sea

Red Sea fringing reef platforms are over 5000 years old, and the entire coastal reef complex extends along some 2,000 km (1,240 miles) of shoreline.
Most such reefs grow directly from the shoreline. The dominant, most actively growing corals include most notably highly branched species of the genera Acropora and Porites.
Red Sea coral reefs are the northernmost in the Indian Ocean. Most of the Red Sea coast is rimmed by shallow submarine shelves and extensive fringing reef systems, by far the dominant reef type found here.
The Red Sea also contains numerous offshore reefs that defy classic reef type categorization. Included in this catch-all category are atoll-like rings of coral, elongated coral ridges that rise abruptly from considerable depths on both sides, and peculiar complex reef patterns of odd shapes. Such Red Sea coral reef formations are almost certainly the result of the active and unusual tectonic forces that have been at work here for millennia and continue today.

Program Inclusions
Pick up services from hotel in Sharm & return
All transfers by air-conditioned vehicle.
Entrance fees to the glass boat
Program Exnclusions
Any extras not mentioned in the program
Tipping Kitty

 

Recommend to Bring
Digital Camera or Smart Mobile Phone with good megapixel cam

 

1-3 Persons Prices (GBP)
Prices Per Person Regular Price Private Price Notes
Adult 12 20 Private Transfer
Child 10 12 Private Transfer
Infant 0 0 Private Transfer

 

4-6 Persons Prices (GBP)
Prices Per Person Regular Price Private Price Notes
Adult 10 15 Private Transfer
Child 8 10 Private Transfer
Infant 0 0 Private Transfer

 

7-10 Persons Prices (GBP)
Prices Per Person Regular Price Private Price Notes
Adult 8 10 Private Transfer
Child 6 8 Private Transfer
Infant 0 0 Private Transfer

 

Notes
Note 1 For Over 10 Persons Contact us to get Special Price
Note 2 Adults 12 over years & Child’s 2-12 years & Infants 0-2 years
Note 3 Your party age on return date
Note 4 Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Note 5 All booking is subject to our Terms and Conditions.

 

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