Blue Hole in Dahab is a unique place, attracting both leisure travelers and thrill-seekers. Scholars still debate about how was formed the cave in the middle of the Red Sea, sheer depth of it is about one hundred meters and a diameter of at least 50 meters. From the height the Blue Hole in Dahab is simply mesmerizing. Imagine for a moment: a greenish-blue sea, which is in the midst of a huge dark almost black spot surrounded by coral reefs. These tend to get a lot of tourists to witness a glimpse into the abyss from the deck of the boat, and the most daring plunge into the mysterious underwater world.
At the time, Blue Hole in Dahab was studied by famous explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, and today it is always full of divers. Unfortunately, not all divers follow safety rules, sometimes it costs their lives. In order to avoid a state of emergency, to dive into the depths of the Blue hole in Dahab should be held in tandem with an experienced diver.
The resort has plenty of diving clubs, where for a fee you will be given a few major lessons of diving and provided with quality equipment for diving.
To get to the Blue hole in Dahab (it is about 15 kilometers from the Egyptian resort) you can take a taxi or, if you are traveling with a group, take a tour bus. On the shore near the place of immersion in the underwater cave today formed more or less decent infrastructure, which includes parking places for cars and buses, cafes, small cabins with beds and a toilet. Incidentally, the Blue Hole in Dahab glorified and our so-called free-divers, dive into the abyss literally in one breath only with a mask and snorkel. Fortunately, extreme immersions have ended successfully for tourists.