Established to develop the sport of diving in Jordan with high safety and technical standards, while conserving the natural environment and ecosystem of the area.
The RDC can offer you exciting diving in more than 14 different dive sites! The coral reefs are in an excellent condition and are home to a variety of marine life. Among the 500 different fish species there are parrotfish, lionfish and clownfish, moray eels, sea anemones and regular sightings of sea turtles, to name a few. A total of 158 species of living corals have been recorded from the Jordanian side of the Gulf of Aqaba. The Red Sea offers a truly magical diving experience.
The calm waters of the Gulf of Aqaba are ideal for enjoying the various water sports we have available; above the water, sailing, wind surfing or canoeing;in the water try scuba diving or snorkelling. For those who prefer less strenuous activities, we offer freshwater pools, sun decks and an intimate beach front restaurant and bar.
The RDC is recognised for its continuous support and commitment by some of the world’s best-know conservation organisations. RDC hosts and coordinates the International Beach and Underwater Clean-up Day annually with PADI Project AWARE UK.
“The conservation of the Red Sea is of paramount importance to us and all divers are instructed on proper environmentally AWARE practices and follow our motto: Take photos and memories, but leave only bubbles” states Ibrahim Abuhani, General Manager of RDC When you reach Aqaba and want a friendly atmosphere, where divers spiritedly discuss their latest dive, photographers share experiences and families enjoy the beach, the Royal Diving Club is the place to be.
The RDC is keeping pace with the demands of its clients. We continually strive to provide high-quality service to divers and visitors and are continuously upgrading our facilities to attain those goals. We want you to have anexperience that will leave you with unforgettable memories.