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Moray Gardenscuba diving site
Avg rating 4 by 5 divers

Moray Garden

Dahab , Egypt

South of Dahab this beautiful shore dive offers the chance to see an abundance of stony coral, including yellow waver and raspberry coral. Clownfish, morays, nudibranchs and scorpion fish are always encountered and often rarer species are seen too . Be sure to go through the shallow sandy patch known for the yellow tail barracudas that patrol th...
Abu Dishetscuba diving site
Avg rating 4 by 5 divers

Abu Dishet

Hurghada, Egypt

An hour south of Hurghada and two hours north of Safaga some of Egypts finest diving has been had here. The reef extends out from the shoreline and there is an old light beacon on top of the reef at its eastern point. As with many Red Sea scuba diving locations the water quality is near perfect and the marine life is abundant and brightly coloured...
Daedalus scuba diving site
Avg rating 4 by 4 divers


Marsa Alam, Egypt

Daedalus reef is almost 100 km southwest of Marsa Alam. It is around an island just 450 m by 100 m, with a lighthouse at the end. This site offers the chance to see four types of sharks (almost guaranteed) : hresher, Scalloped Hammerhead, Grey Reef and Oceanic Whitetip. Hammerhead sharks have also often been seen here - although shy many grea...
Eel Gardenscuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 4 divers

Eel Garden

Dahab , Egypt

Named after the thousands of garden eels that cover the sandy floor. This shore dive goes from beach to 30m and its mass abundance of eels make it a special dive site for all levels. Floating over the sand the eels hide as you near them by ducking into their holes and then reappear as you move away. Giant Morays have also been spotted here and o...
Elphinstonescuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 4 divers


Marsa Alam, Egypt

In the middle of no-where at depths of hundreds of meters far off the coast in the Red Sea, the Elphinstone rises like a giant pillar from the deep to touch the surface with 80 meters of it's length. This giant stone covered with gardens of corals, anemones and sponges together with the often so strong current attract a wide range of fish life. It...
Towerscuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 5 divers


Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

A deep canyon (descent > 120m). Sandy plateau Caves and tunnel through reef. Slow drift dive. My first sighting of the amazing Cube boxfish! Open water cert.min.  
The Blue Hole to Bellsscuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 4 divers

The Blue Hole to Bells

Dahab , Egypt

The Blue Hole is one of Dahab's most famous dive sites. Located about thirty minutes jeep ride from Dahab, it is accessible from shore with entry into the blue water just a few metres from the rocky shoreline. Bedouin type facilities surround the main entry / exit points, with toilets, seating, food and drinks available. Whilst entry into the Bl...
Sharm El Nagascuba diving site
Avg rating 1 by 3 divers

Sharm El Naga

Safaga, Egypt

An unspoilt scuba diving spot with abundance of fire corals, fans and the chance to gardens of pristine underwater habitat. Small animails, nudibranchs, crabs and ribbon eels are usually encountered in large numbers here. A popular location for snorkelers, divers and beach fanatics for a day out, with many tours coming from Hurghada and Safaga. ...
Thistlegorm scuba diving site
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Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

The Thistlegorm is a 126 meters long wreck and is the most famous and impressive in the Red Sea. The stern lies on its port side, separated by the damaged part of the hull. The main body is standing upright on the sandy ground in 30m depth. The stern guns and the cargo (trucks, motor bikes etc.) in the hold are still in good condition. The marin...
Jolanda - shark reefscuba diving site
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Jolanda - shark reef

Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

The Jolanda and Shark Reef dive site is the area where two reefs rising just outside of the coast of Ras Mohamed with only a shallow channel and a smaller reef formation separating it from the main land. The Jolanda Reef is named after the 72meters long Cypriot Merchant Ship Jolanda, previously owned by the Sea Brother Marine Shipping Company, b...
El Meganascuba diving site
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El Megana

Nuweiba, Egypt

Next to a very basic Bedouin camp about 30mins north of naweba, is a dive site named Al Ma'agana or El Megana. You start with a shallow swim from shore across a bed of seagrass, where seahorses are common but hard to spot. Then you go either to the sandy slope on the left where some nice pinnacles can be found full of anemones. There is also a smal...

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