Chamber of Diving and Watersports

2 Zoo Street - Hadaba, 46619 Sharm El Sheikh - South Sinai
Egypt

Telephone +20 69 3666448
Fax +20 65 3660418
gm.assistant@cdws.travel

Location

Hall map

boot 2017 hall map (Hall 3): stand A90

Fairground map

boot 2017 fairground map: Hall 3

Our products

Product category: Diving

Diving Centres in Egypt

A Red Sea diving holiday in Egypt is simply unforgettable. Well-established diving centres will gladly provide you with scuba diving information and arrange courses, daily excursions, and live-aboard trips to almost anywhere, from the gigantic coral outcrops of Taba to the vertical walls of Ras Mohammed, from the wrecks of Sha'ab Abu Nuhas to the lonely offshore islands of The Brothers and Zabargad. The Red Sea is dubbed Egypt’s “Garden of Allah”, due to the wealth of underwater pristine life.

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Product category: Diving

Diving Centres

There are over 300 Red Sea dive centres to choose from offering a variety of diving servicesThere are over 300 Red Sea dive centres to choose from offering.

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Technical Diving

Technical diving goes beyond the boundaries of traditional scuba diving. Technical diving goes beyond the boundaries of traditional scuba diving.

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Liveaboards

A multi-day live-aboard safari in the Red Sea is definitely the ultimate diving experience.A multi-day live-aboard safari in the Red Sea is definitely the ultimate.

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Wreck Diving

The Red Sea provides the final resting place of a number of 1st Class wrecks including the world famous SS Thistlegorm.

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About us

Company details

The Chamber of Diving and Watersports was founded by Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism in 2007 with a goal to improve quality, safety and standard of services in the diving and watersports industry, as well as to preserve unique environment of the Red Sea.

All diving centres and safari boats will meet ISO standards EN 14467 / ISO 24803 for diving by 2009 as agreed with Egypt’s CDWS, the Austrian Institute of Norms and the European Underwater Federation.

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