In our latest newsletter:
- Don’t miss your last chance to take advantage of our best-ever SUPER Special Offers, until 31 August 2012
- See if Sidemount diving suits you, with PADI's two newest courses
- Maximise your chances of seeing hammerhead sharks and dolphins, with our speedboat trips
- Advance tickets are now available online for DIVE 2012 show, Birmingham UK, 27-28 October – save the date!
- Camel’s Facebook page has almost reached the milestone of 3000 likes. Become a fan and share our page on your wall!
We wish you happy diving!
Your Camel Dive Club team
SUPER Special Offers – until 31 August
So you’re fed up with all the rain at home, and haven’t booked your Summer holiday yet? You deserve a break, so why not indulge yourself with beautiful sea, sunny weather and world class dives, right here on your doorstep! With our Super Special Offers valid until 31 August a seven-night stay at Camel Hotel, including breakfast, airport transfers and five days diving costs just 381 Euros per person sharing. Alternatively, book a stay at any hotel in Sharm, then choose your diving package: 3 days costs 129 Euros, or 5 days just 190 Euros, including free nitrox and transfers, during the same period. Offers are also available for Open Water courses.
Sidemount Diving at Camel: new PADI Courses
Would you like to reduce the risk of lower back strain, spend more time underwater and improve high air consumption? Or maybe you just dream of feeling more comfortable underwater? Then Sidemount diving, the new equipment configuration in which cylinders are placed under the diver’s arms, rather than on the back, could be for you. At Camel you can choose between two newly released PADI courses: PADI Sidemount Diver Specialty for recreational divers and Padi Tec Sidemount Diver for tec divers, both of which are taught by our long-term instructor Juan. Sidemount courses are also ideal for divers with limited mobility. for further information and course prerequisites.
Hammerhead and dolphin spotting, by speedboat
Our new speedboat Camel I is already a firm favourite with those of our regular guests who have tried the ‘express experience’, and it’s easy to see why! Frequent departures from 7.00am until sunset make spectacular encounters more likely: check out our diver’s video of hammerhead sharks -which seem to prefer the early hours of the day- and photos of dolphins, which are an almost guaranteed sighting at dusk on the way back to the jetty. The speedboat option is especially popular for divers with non-diving family members and friends, who now have no reason to complain about you spending the whole day on the boat (in less than 20 minutes you’re in Tiran, making a one hour dive and then back at our private jetty). The speedboat can also be rented for private diving and snorkeling trips for your family or group. for further details.
Visit DIVE 2012: the dive show with a difference!
Experience what it’s like to dive the Titanic, try freediving in a 3D simulator, join a free underwater photo clinic, win a shark diving holiday to South Africa - all this and more is possible in just one weekend, at DIVE 2012! The UK’s biggest diving event will take place at Birmingham NEC, on 27-28 October, and discounted advance tickets have just been released for sale. The show boasts several new features, for example top-name guest speakers such as Monty Halls will present on a new stage within the main hall itself, making for a more interactive event. Naturally the Camel team will be there too, with exclusive offers for bookings made at the show, Camel Tribe goodies, and our famous raffle in partnership with Mares dive equipment. We’d love to see you there, so add the date to your diary now!
Camel Facebook page: an ever growing community
Every day more and more people from all corners of the globe like our Facebook page. We have well surpassed 2500 “likes” and we are so looking forward to reach the milestone of 3000, hopefully by the end of this summer. Although our fans speak different languages, they all share the same passion for diving and show this not only by posting photos, videos and comments about their Camel experience, but also by keeping in touch with our staff when holidays are a far memory or an upcoming event. Have you already liked our page? Share it with your friends, especially with the non-divers! Who knows? Maybe once they’ll see all these underwater beauties they might become divers too!