One of the most famous wrecks in the Red Sea and incredibly beautiful to dive. The Thistlegorm was bombed by a German Bombardier in October 1941 and sank within a few minutes. The ship had loaded locomotives, railway wagons, motorcycles, small armoured infantry fighting vehicles, trucks, wings and lots of military equipment such as grenades…

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Just north of Rocky Island lies the island of Zabargad, probably of volcanic origin. Zabargad is about 3 km long and has mountains up to 300 meters. The island is visible from far away and captivates with its Caribbean appearance. Surrounded by turquoise-blue water, a true dream. On the east side lies a nameless wreck, which…

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The small island lies very south in the Red Sea, not far from the island of Zabargad. Rocky Island is small but fine and wild. The north side is exposed to wind and weather and can sometimes have a strong, changing current. This can lead to very fast drift dives. Also, the eastern side is…

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Brothers Island, the two wild brothers, also called El Akhawein. They are located about 60 km west of El Quseir and can only be reached on a diving safari. The mighty lighthouse of Brothers Island is its landmark and you can see it from far away. Depending on the occupation of the lighthouse, you can…

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Elphinstone, also called Abu Hamra, is probably the most famous dive spot in Egypt, located about 20 km north of the city of Marsa Alam and world-famous for its Oceanic White Tip encounters. The Elphinstone reef is about 300 m long and drops steeply on the west and east side. In the north, a plateau drops…

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Daedalus, also called Abu Kizan, is about 80km away from Marsa Alam. The reef almost reaches the surface and can be seen from far away due to its lighthouse. It is about 1 kilometre long and 300 metres wide. The walls of the reef drop steeply on all sides.  Due to the exposed location in…

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To the diving site it is possible to get by boat. Average depth is 15 m. There is a big reef, full of life. Characteristic for this area is very colorful formation of multicolored corals, which provides a beautiful and unforgettable diving. This is a perfect space for fans of underwater photography. While dive, you…

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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…

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Habili Ali is the largest Habili in the reef system known as St. Johns. Habili is the Arabic word for a reef that never rises to the sea surface, which means it is not yet an adult reef. The steep walls of the reef are covered in colourful soft corals and huge black coral sea…

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