Sinai’s most notorious dive site is the Blue Hole, and people come from far and wide just to dive here. This sinkhole claims the lives of a few divers every year, mostly through people diving way beyond their limits and experience. Despite the site’s reputation for danger, divers who stick within sensible limits are perfectly safe here, and the fish life and incredible vistas of ethereal blue below make this an incredibly beautiful dive. It’s also a popular snorkeling spot, with plenty of fish life to see near the surface if you don’t fancy heading into the depths.
Location: 100 kilometers north of Sharm el-Sheikh