Don’t fancy wriggling into a wetsuit? Then here’s a way to see the underwater life of the Red Sea without getting wet. You’ll climb on board a comfy Seascope - an ingenious glass-sided boat with a really deep hull - and be whisked three metres under the surface right into the middle of the aquatic action. Then it’s just a matter of sitting in the observation deck and gazing through the panoramic windows onto the sea-life show. Gawp at tropically hued clownfish, batfish and triggerfish. Look out for slinky eels and rays. And check out swaying sea grass, starfish and rainbow-bright reefs. It’s like looking into a stunning aquarium - but it’s the real deal. You’ll have around an hour and a half on board all told, and you can take videos or photos through the windows, too. Oh, and the kids are welcome as well, making it a fun family trip.
• You need to take a copy of your passport with you • Not recommended for people who suffer from claustrophobia