Habili Jaffar is a small oval shaped reef which makes up part of the reef system known as St. Johns in the south of Egypt. The average depth of the site is 3-30m with water visibility up to of 30m. With deep walls dropping away on all sides this is an ideal spot for all divers.

The upper 15m of the reef is covered in pink and purple soft corals and both hard and soft coral formations are home to thousands of gold and purple antheas as well as other reef fish

The reefs of St. Johns are only accessible on a liveaboard.