Diving in Red Sea

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    El Magana Nuweiba, Egypt

    25 minutes by car towards Taba is El Magana, a site next to a very basic beach camp with 2 dive sites. The reef starts just 20 metres from the beach at a depth of 5 metres. your first dive will probably take you to the left side along a wall where the reef drops to 35 metres. A break in the coral…

    Sting ray Station Gubal Strait, Egypt

    In the north-western part of the Alternatives there is a large roughly quadrangular outcrop known as Stingray Station. It gets its name because many Blue Spotted Stingrays gather here particularly in the spring months. It can be dived both as a mooring dive and as a drift dive and is very popular…
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    Jackfish Alley Ras Mohammed National Park, Egypt

    the largest plateau in Ras Mohamed. Running across this plateau is a secondary or satellite reef which creates the sandy 'alley' through which fast currents are funnelled. In early spring, this is the site of the seasons' first mating fish; crowds of white pointy nosed blue Spangled Emperors…
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    Blue Hole Dahab, Egypt

    Blue Hole is a diving location on east Sinai, a few kilometres north of Dahab, Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea.The Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole (a kind of cave), around 130 m deep. There is a shallow opening around 6 m deep, known as 'the saddle', opening out to the sea, and a 26 m long…
    training apnea in blue hole

    Blue Hole Dahab, Egypt

    Blue Hole is a diving location on east Sinai, a few kilometres north of Dahab, Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea.The Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole (a kind of cave), around 130 m deep. There is a shallow opening around 6 m deep, known as 'the saddle', opening out to the sea, and a 26 m long…
    Outside the arch

    Blue Hole Dahab, Egypt

    Blue Hole is a diving location on east Sinai, a few kilometres north of Dahab, Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea.The Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole (a kind of cave), around 130 m deep. There is a shallow opening around 6 m deep, known as 'the saddle', opening out to the sea, and a 26 m long…
    6 meter decompression in Blue Hole

    Blue Hole Dahab, Egypt

    Blue Hole is a diving location on east Sinai, a few kilometres north of Dahab, Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea.The Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole (a kind of cave), around 130 m deep. There is a shallow opening around 6 m deep, known as 'the saddle', opening out to the sea, and a 26 m long…
    Freedive Blue Hole

    Blue Hole Dahab, Egypt

    Blue Hole is a diving location on east Sinai, a few kilometres north of Dahab, Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea.The Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole (a kind of cave), around 130 m deep. There is a shallow opening around 6 m deep, known as 'the saddle', opening out to the sea, and a 26 m long…

    Blue Hole Dahab, Egypt

    Blue Hole is a diving location on east Sinai, a few kilometres north of Dahab, Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea.The Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole (a kind of cave), around 130 m deep. There is a shallow opening around 6 m deep, known as 'the saddle', opening out to the sea, and a 26 m long…

    Blue Hole Dahab, Egypt

    Blue Hole is a diving location on east Sinai, a few kilometres north of Dahab, Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea.The Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole (a kind of cave), around 130 m deep. There is a shallow opening around 6 m deep, known as 'the saddle', opening out to the sea, and a 26 m long…
    BLUE HOLE

    Blue Hole Dahab, Egypt

    Blue Hole is a diving location on east Sinai, a few kilometres north of Dahab, Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea.The Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole (a kind of cave), around 130 m deep. There is a shallow opening around 6 m deep, known as 'the saddle', opening out to the sea, and a 26 m long…
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    El Mina Wreck Hurghada, Egypt

    El Mina was a 70m long Egyptian minesweeper. She was bombed in 1969.

    Far Garden Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

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    Gassous Bay Safaga, Egypt

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    Marsa Abu Galawa Hurghada, Egypt

    marsa means the port and describes the mooring area, which is a sheltered lagoon between the main reef and a large gotta. The dive site features a shallow sandy plateau, a drop-off going down to 40+ meters and a shallow reef wall. The site also has 2 eel gardens. Because of the reef topography,…

    Sha'ab Abu Galawa Hurghada, Egypt

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    Three Pools Dahab, Egypt

    Green Turtle at 3 Pools

    Three Pools Dahab, Egypt

    Turtle Bay Hurghada, Egypt

    This is a not so well known dive site off the north tip of Grand Giftun island.It's a small horseshoe reef with a shallow swim through to a bowel reef that is absolutely filled with fish and coral.This was the most like swimming in an aquarium that I have found and one of my favorite dives.

    Amphoras Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    The name of this site derives from 17th century shipwreck of a Turkish vessel with a cargo of amphoras containing mercury. Amphoras lies southwest of Tower and is generally dived in the afternoon as a drift. The topography is quite simple, a sandy slope that begins at 12m that has many coral…

    Eel Garden Ras Mohammed National Park, Egypt

    Eel Garden is situated in front of a small beach south of Jackfish Alley and immediately before Sharks Observatory. Eel Garden is well sheltered from the currents but since it is exposed to prevailing winds and waves divers must pay close attention to the condition of the sea. The dive is extremely…

    Sharks Bay Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    Contrary to what you might expect, Sharks Bay is not frequented by sharks. This is a shore entry dive which is suitable for many levels of dive training and perfect for night dives. It is often visited by Octopus, Spanish dancers, Stonefish and brightly coloured Cuttleffish. We have also experienced…

    Abington Reef North Sudan, Sudan

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    Abu Aklas Hamata, Egypt

    Abu Aklas (has also other names, e.g. Shaab Claudio) is a very beautiful divespot in the Red Sea.There is a nice cave between 6m-9m and a big, healthy stone coral garden around the main reef.Today this spot is dived very often by liveaboard and daytour guests, so the site is sometimes a bit crowded.…
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    Abu Galawa Soraya Hamata, Egypt

    This reef formation is split into four pieces. One dive spot is the reef block that is situated at the north end of the reef, but the main attraction here is a 17m long wreck, which sunk in 1980s. This is the wreckage of an American sailing boat lying at 18m. The hull of the boat is synthetic so…
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    Abu Kefan Safaga, Egypt

    Probably the most beautiful site in the area, for its coral formations and pelagic life. Great walls with large seafans, jacks, barracuda, reef sharks, green turtles.Blacktail and hammerhead sharks are frequently sighted.
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    Abu Lou Lou House Reef Nuweiba, Egypt

    The house reef lies just to the left of the jetty, off the hotels private beach. The main reef lies between 5 and 20 metres of depth, ideal for beginners and experienced divers alike, because of the concentration and diversity of the fish life present. Puffers, Morays, Groupers, Surgeonfish, Shrimps…
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    Abu Nugar Hurghada, Egypt

    Abu Nugar means the father of the holes, or the pools and refers to the holes in the main reef here. It is a big reef system in north Hurghada: some larger blocks of coral, or gottas, in this shallow water area (one of the best for coral in Hurghada) but not so much fish. Shallow and quite easy,…

    Abu Ramada Cave Hurghada, Egypt

    After the drop off from the boat you can go down to a cave about 10 meters in length that is open at both ends. The top to the cave it at about 38 meters, and goes down to about 48 meters. after you go through, it is a great swim back up along the reef to the surface.

    Akassia Housereef El Quseir, Egypt