This trip will take you to the most beautiful reef systems in the south of the Red Sea!
Dadalus Reef is another popular diving destination due to the frequent sightings of sharks such as the curious White Tip Shark, schools of Hammer Head Sharks, Grey Reef Sharks, and if your lucky you may even encounter the rare Tresher Shark!
The reef is covered with flawless soft and hard corals providing homes for species such as Dogtooth Tuna, Giant Trevally and Manta Rays.
The reef is situated in a remote location within a Marine park, making it accessible mostly to drift divers wanting to explore the gorgeous corals and marine life along its deep walls. It really is one of the most pristine dive sites in the Re Sea and Egypt.
Rocky Island is a small fossil-coral island in the middle of the Red Sea. Oval in shape, surrounded by a surface level reef, with sheer vertical walls and rugged, jagged profile; Rocky’s north coast is a fantastic dive!
The walls are covered in soft corals and huge gorgonians which float and wave with the current. A number of shark species, sailfish, dolphins and manta rays are just a few of the marine species that can be sighted around the island.
St. John Reefs
A trip to the St. John Reefs is a trip to the very edges of the Egyptian Red Sea and back. The St. John’s reefs lie near Hamata, directly south of the Peninsula (Ras) Banas, and close to the Sudanese border. Covering an area of around 290 km², the reefs offer a great diversity of diving environments.
This area is considered quite peculiar to the rest of the Red Sea, due to its location, the formation of its sea-bed is a type of underwater plain, its depths ranging between 60 to 80 meters. Numerous reefs rise from the sea bed, some of them peaking to just under sea level and some breaking the surface all together.
With wonderful walls covered in soft coral and an uninterrupted presence of fish and often pelagics, encountering numerous species such as hammerheads, silver sharks, Longimanus and large mantas is a daily occurance in this area. Not to forget finding large specimens of the ambigious Rhinoceros fish is not uncommon in these waters.
Other destinations in this trip…
Elphinstone, Abu-Dabab, Daedalus, Rocky Island, Dangerous Reef, Um-Arouk,
Big Gotaa, Small Gotaa, St.john Caves, Habili Ali, Habili Gaffar
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