Watch this short video of kids talking about Dive Urge, in Dahab and why they enjoy it so much.
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Some recent quotes from families visiting Dive Urge in Dahab….
Julie and her son Joe, third visit: We always have a great time with Lynne and family. A great family hotel with wonderful staff and restaurant. We always meet great people there too. My son did his underwater photography Padi course too which has yielded some great photos!
Thompson family, first visit: We had a fantastic family holiday (me, my wife and two teenagers) learning to dive and completing our PADI Open Water course at Dive Urge. Lynne, Helal and family were wonderful hosts, welcoming us as friends and always ready for a chat. The rest of team were also really friendly and helpful and we had a fantastic instructor, Ahmed.
Dylan aged 11 came with his Mum: My mum and I did our PADI Open Water at Dive Urge. I had a great time! The room that we stayed in was very comfortable and spacious with a sea view and air conditioning – which was a relief!
I loved playing pool in the magnificent round ceiling room with the ancient ornate lamp hanging from the roof.
The diving was the funnest part of my stay as it was why I was there and because I saw amazing creatures like a sea snake, octopus and millions of lion fish. I loved floating upsidedown in the water and feeling weightless. Ahmed was our instructor and he was very kind and helpful.
Lynne and Helal were very friendly and welcoming and I had a great time playing with their son, Sameh and visiting the town with their kids. Thank you very much for making us welcome. Both my mum and I loved our stay and would love to come again sometime.
Dylan, age 11
Julia came with her daughter, first visit: Dive Urge could not be more different from the huge, impersonal, never-leave-the-compound, all-inclusives at Sharm El Sheik. We knew we were in for something special when wonderful Assistant Manager Coco went out to the shops to buy us the tonic for our duty free gin within minutes of our arrival. The fact that we knew all the staff by name says it all. Ahmed our dive instructor was patient (very patient to start with as we struggled with equalising ears and buoyancy) but by dive three we were really gaining in confidence. By the time we left, having explored the most dramatic and stunning underwater landscapes with jaw-dropping fish and coral, we’d pretty much got it. We loved the truck and boat trips to some really remote locations where we sat in Bedouin cabins in the shade between dives around some of the Red Sea’s most beautiful locations. Coming back on a speed boat with the sun setting behind the pink desert mountains, salty, sticky and elated, I thought – this is just about as good as life gets. We will be back.