Sunday, May 16

Red Sea Flights: More Choice Than Ever Before


Diving holiday specialist Regaldive has noticed a surge in demand for their Red Sea programme for the 2018/2019 winter season. With a wider range of airports than ever before offering flights to the Red Sea, UK divers are being provided with exceptional choice and convenience.

From November 2018 until April 2019, divers looking to visit the northern Red Sea resorts will be able to fly to Hurghada from the UK’s regional airports including Bristol, Luton, East Midlands, Newcastle and Glasgow, as well as the major hubs of Gatwick and Manchester.

The northern Red Sea resorts, including Hurghada, Safaga and El Gouna, provide an ideal base from which to explore huge coral gardens, thrilling wall dives and fascinating wrecks, including the world-famous Thistlegorm. Holidays at the Elysees Dream Beach Hotel in Hurghada start from only £499pp including flights, transfers and 7 nights B&B.

Divers heading to the southern Red Sea resorts will benefit from an increase in flights to Marsa Alam, with Sunday and Wednesday flights from Gatwick and a Monday flight from Birmingham.

Marsa Alam is the gateway to the southern Red Sea. From here UK divers can experience the legendary Elphinstone Reef, exhilarating drift dives and the chance to see large schools of jacks, tuna, barracuda and several species of sharks. Holidays at the Marina Lodge in Marsa Alam start from only £443pp including flights, transfers and 7 nights HB.

Liveaboards fans will also benefit from the increase in UK flight departures. With most Red Sea liveaboards embarking on a Friday, divers will be able to choose between four airports for their Hurghada flights: Gatwick, Manchester, East Midlands and Birmingham.

Liveaboards are often the best way for divers to maximise their dive time. They also provide access to sites that day boats can’t reach. Book with Regaldive on a northern Wrecks and Reefs itinerary for only £926pp, or a South and St. John’s itinerary, also for only £926pp. Prices include flights, transfers, 7 nights FB and diving.

For further information, or to book, visit call 01353 659999.


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