Dive Sites

Dive Sites

Abu Ramada Island

  • Hurghada

Here you may anticipate beautiful hard and soft coral gardens, firefish, octopus, doctor fish and night snails. Common here are morays and barracuda

Abu Hashish Dive Site

  • Hurghada

The perfect Red Sea spot for eying cornet fish and big fin reef squid and home to a ‘house pet’, a big red octopus, trusting his protecting camouflage

Salem Express

  • Hurghada

This famous wreck in the Red Sea is a maritime grave and it is a very emotional dive. It requires utmost respect to visit this sad site of tragedy

Ben El Gebel

  • Hurghada

Ben El Gebel is gentle for any level of divers, sheltered as she is from winds behind the reefs. Table corals here are shelter for crocodile fish

Banana Reef

  • Hurghada

For the lover of photogenic sites near Hurghada with feather tailed rays and turtles regularly swimming by. Spot the anemone fish in their hundreds

Thistlegorm Wreck

  • Hurghada

The marine life around this wreck is spectacular with the daily presence of batfishes, a resident turtle, barracudas, snappers, and schools of jacks

Shaab El Erg

  • Hurghada

In Shaab El Erg Divers here are welcomed by napoleon wrasse, blue spotted rays, scorpionfish and crocodile fish.

Brothers Islands

  • Hurghada

The famous aquatic siblings near Hurghada. She is characterised by a huge fish population, dominated by tiny anthias, glassfish, sweepers and gorgonians

El-Mina Wreck

  • Hurghada

The El Mina wreck near Hurghada has turned into a great aquatic habitat for glassfish, hunted by lionfish and jackfish. Excellent photo opportunities

Abu Nuhas

  • Hurghada

The Red Sea underwater scene of beautiful sheltered reefs here is perfect for new and trained divers with even the odd chance of a dolphin encounter.

Giftun Island

  • Hurghada

Giftun Island Your excellent dive choice of the day for hard and soft coral, napoleon wrasse and parrotfish.

Fanous and Turtle Bay

  • Hurghada

What has Turtle Bay for you? Turtoises by all means.Here you may also indulge in the world of antler and table corals, snappers, mullets and parrotfish

Umm Gamar

  • Hurghada

With her corals partly clouded, every now and then white tip reef sharks come patrolling the wall or a manta occasionally surprises with its presence

Carless Reef

  • Hurghada

Famous for the abundance of diver friendly moray eels. The marine life here is extremely rich. Expect the sightings of nudibranchs, tuna and sharks

Erg Somaya

  • Hurghada

This wonderful wall in the Red Sea with a great variety of marine life is part of one of the most fascinating reef systems you’re ever likely to witness

Ras Disha

  • Hurghada

Here at this fringing reef in the Red Sea near Hurghada you have a real fish tank feel with of the presence of large groupers, tunas and barracudas

El-Fanadir

  • Hurghada

Divers who love macro-photography appreciate this hunting ground for scorpionfish, stonefish and lionfish. Frequently visited by camouflaged octopus

Shaab Sabina

  • Hurghada

Sabina near Hurghada has a great underwater landscape in store for divers, including a so-called Japanese garden. This is also porcupinefish territory.

Shaab Abu Nugar

  • Hurghada

Abu Nugar near Hurghada represents rich marine life paired with several cleaning stations. The colorful corals are in pristine condition in many places

Shaab Petra

  • Hurghada

Shaab Petra in the wonderful Red Sea near Hurgada is covered by typical petite reef fish. Divers will meet large schools of sergeant major and goatfish

Shaab Ishta

  • Hurghada

Shaab Ishta is the residential home of a rich population of scorpionfish, parrotfish, butterflyfish and angelfish.

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