Blue Brothers Diving

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Experience the underwater world of the Red Sea

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Not for nothing is the Red Sea one of the most popular diving destinations in the world!

Our base is located in the best location in El Gouna at the Hotel Cook's Club

With over 25 years of experience in Egypt, we offer you what you deserve in your vacation. Unforgettable experiences!

  • Personal advice and support
  • Top equipment
  • No surprises when it comes to costs
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Be a part of the underwater world

Have you ever wondered what it's like to breathe underwater?

Professional courses

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Whether it’s your first time holding a dive mask in your hands or you already have experience and would like to learn something, we’ll find the right one for you.


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    You already have a brevet? Dive with our experienced guides and benefit from the experience at the numerous spots!

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    Discover the bright colors from the water surface. We show you how beautiful the Red Sea is.

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Frequently asked questions

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  • Questions about El Gouna

How far is it from Hurghada Airport to El Gouna?

The distance is about 25km.

What is the water temperature?

The water temperature usually does not drop below 20 degrees in late summer is about 30 degrees.

Can I dive as a single person?

Sure, we always find a suitable buddy for you.

  • Diving questions

What happens if I get claustrophobic?

The “weightlessness” you experience while scuba diving underwater is considered by many people to be very liberating. Modern diving masks are available as transparent models, which may be more suitable for you if you feel constricted by the mask. During your dive training, your instructor will give you plenty of time and practice opportunities so that you feel confident in every step and learning process. Your instructor will work with you at your own pace, making sure you master every skill necessary to become a good diver who enjoys diving regularly.

What about sharks?

Only if you are lucky, you will get to see a shark while diving. Even though there are incidents with sharks from time to time, it is very, very rare that anything happens. Shark accidents while diving are mostly cases of harpoon fishing or shark feeding, both of which arouse the sharks’ feeding instinct. Most of the time you will only see sharks swimming by and it is a rather rare sight to be enjoyed.

What equipment do I need for diving?

Choosing and using your own scuba equipment is part of the pleasure of recreational diving. Your local PADI dive store or resort will help you choose the right equipment for you. Each element of your diving equipment has a different function, and all of them together help to adapt you to the underwater world.

When you start diving, you should purchase the following diving accessories:

  • Diving mask
  • Diving fins
  • Snorkel

All three pieces of equipment should have a perfect fit for you. Your local PADI dive store will be happy to help you choose the right products.

The registration fee for your PADI Open Water Diver course usually includes the provision of the following diving equipment for the entire course or for large parts of the course:

  • Regulator
  • Diving jacket
  • Dive computer
  • Diving bottle
  • Diving suit
  • Weight system and weights

Check with your local PADI dive store or resort to find out exactly what is included in your course package. Nevertheless, it is recommended to buy your own equipment at the beginning of your diving course, because:

  • A personally selected diving equipment fits better
  • Learning to dive with your own equipment is much more relaxed
  • Divers who have their own diving equipment, find diving more enjoyable and make more dives
  • Your own diving equipment is part of the diving adventure

The choice of diving equipment depends on the diving conditions where you go diving. Maybe you need:

  • a diving equipment for tropical areas
  • a diving equipment for moderate temperatures
  • a diving equipment for cold water environments
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