North Red Sea liveaboard routes

This is probably the most famous and most dived route in the world. An ideal route for a first dive trip, for all levels and with unique dives.

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The route that sums up everything you can find in the Red Sea

The dives that can be done on a liveaboard along the northern route of the Red Sea are virtually endless and the combinations are countless. This safari is for the true lovers of classic Red Sea diving. For those who love wrecks like the Thistlegorm, Kingston or Dunraven. For those who appreciate the diversity of Ras Mohammed National Park, and for those who enjoy the adrenaline rush of diving in the Straits of Tiran. Explore the Red Sea's most famous route with 8 days of travel, 7 days of cruising and 5 days of intense diving with up to 20 dives.

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Why book a dive safari in the Northern Red Sea?


The opportunity to dive the Thistlegorm alone would justify a week-long trip on the Red Sea. Sunk during WWII and still in great shape, with its cargo of trucks and motorcycles, The Thistlegorm is one of the best wrecks in the world and a dive that should be on your must-do list.


From the Red Sea you can return with 20 dives, extraordinary experiences, first class accommodation and adrenaline diving in Tiran for only 850 € plus flights.


On the northern route of the Red Sea you will visit the Ras Mohammed National Park, an area with an overwhelming biodiversity. More than 1,200 different species of fish and nearly 250 species of coral have been catalogued, adding a special color to every dive. Clown fish, Napoleon wrasse, stonefish, sharks, antias, turtles, lionfish, tuna, dolphins, barracudas... The biodiversity of each dive in the Red Sea is amazing.


Have we already told you that wreck diving is one of the great attractions of the northern Red Sea? In addition to the Thistlegorm, you will visit the Kingston, with 140 years underwater, the Dunraven, Ulyses, Giannis D... The quality and quantity of wreck diving on this Red Sea route is only comparable to Asian destinations such as Palau or Truk Lagoon.

When is the best time to dive the northern route of the Red Sea?

We can dive in the Red Sea all year round, but there are big differences. On the surface we have a pleasant 18º C in February and a rough 45º C in August.

I remember my first trip to the Red Sea at the end of May with 40 degrees on deck at 9am. However, there is good news for those who are cold, the water in the summer is a great temperature, around 25º. It is common to see divers wearing a shorty and 3mm in late spring and summer, but during the rest of the year a 7mm or 5mm will do if you are not very cold. In winter the water gets down to 18ºC and with the successive dives and the loss of temperature it can be cold with a 5 mm.


The northern route is one of the most popular in the world because it is suitable for all levels. If you are an Open Water Diver, do not hesitate, this route is ideal for you.

What is a liveaboard dive trip on the Red Sea Northern Route like?