Dolphins In The Red Sea Are Your Best Friends!

Dolphins In The Red Sea Are Your Best Friends!

Dolphins in the Red Sea are acrobatic and funny to watch! When you’re lucky, you can even hear them communicate with each other underwater. You can hear the dolphins in the Red Sea vocally communicating with each other. They do this by producing a high-pitched clicking sounds and whistles.  


The Red Sea has something unique in store for you.  You have a truly unique chance to observe spinner dolphins and swim and dance with these graceful and intelligent friends in their natural habitat. Snorkeling and watching these impressive creatures swimming and showing off in the waters of the Red Sea in their natural habitat is truly unforgettable.


It’s a life-changing experience indeed. It’s an exciting and memorable moment to see our friends at such a short distance. Curious as our cuddly friends are by nature, they can come very close to you, sometimes even within touching distance. However, as tempting and cuddly as they appear, you should never touch a spinner dolphin. They have a skin that should stay intact to protect them from transmittable diseases.


You will notice that they are carefully protecting their young ones and that a spinner dolphin mother doesn’t lose sight of her child, gently keeping her safe under her fins.


Enjoy spinner dolphins in the Red Sea with passion but in passive admiration. Keep a respectful distance and let the dolphins decide. Dolphins will see you as their best pals if you leave them in peace.


Egypt Red Sea dolphins are intelligent, graceful, fragile and very sensitive, yet, in essence, they are wild animals. You cannot expect them to show up at your command or direct their presence to entertain you. Please bear in mind that dolphins are not house pets that show up on demand or command.


Three destinations specifically stand out to have a chance meeting with spinner dolphins in the Red Sea. They are the Dolphin House at Sha’ab El Erg near El Gouna and Hurghada, the Dolphin House at Sha’ab Samadai near Marsa Alam and the fantastic Dolphin Reef at Sha’ab Sataya near the Hamata region in southern Egypt.


There are strict regulations to protect our spinner dolphins in the Red Sea. There’s a zone regulation to protect our aquatic acrobats. They will approach you when they feel like it. When playful and curious dolphins want to meet you, they will swim to you in the ‘swimmers only’ area.


Don’t be surprised to suddenly see Red Sea dolphins around you. Just relax; they will come and go. Please bear the following in mind when you encounter Egypt Red Sea dolphins:

·             Life jackets must be worn, provided on the boat

·             Swim gently with your arms folded or alongside you

·             Do not chase or touch the dolphins

·             Do not dive underwater in the dolphins’ area

·             Do not wear jewellery

·             Do not try to catch them

·             Do not try to hold them