Israel is well placed to be called a diver's paradise. With great weather and amazing beaches, and perhaps the best-protected coral reef in the Red Sea, it offers great diving centers all along the Mediterranean shores and one of the world's shore diving capitals, Eilat, at the tip of the Red Sea’s Gulf of Aqaba.
Diving in Israel is well organized, supervised and maintained. Israeli diving authority regulations require the diver to present his/her diving certificate, and a log book with logged and stamped dives dated within the last six months (unless the diver is a Dive Master or above) to the dive center in order to receive diving services, rent diving equipment or join one of our guided dives.
Eilat is Israel's southernmost city and famous as a premier shore-based diving resort on the Red Sea. This area of the Red Sea offers breathtakingly beautiful coral reefs and an enchanting underwater world, where hundreds of varieties of fish and other marine life form. It is a paradise for scuba divers with water temperatures a constant 21-25 C° and with little or no currents and clear waters with an average of 20 - 30 meters visibility.