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Dive sites nearby

Shark divers house reef

10 Min north of El-Fanar beach Ras Um El-Seed. (El-Hadaba) area. Easy access through the jetty, equipped with confined area for snorkelling and water sports beside SCUBA Diving

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Amphoras

This dive site gets it’s name from the old amphoras remains that can be found here. It is an easy dive with a sandy plateau, pinnacles, and coral blocks.

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Ras Umm Sid

Done as a boat drift dive or from shore, this dive site offers lots of color and marine life as well as great topography. From the shore, follow the reef on your left for a deep wall dive, but watch for the current at the corner. Follow the reef to your right, you’ll have the bottom beneath you at around 32m.

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Temple

Normally dived from the boat, Temple gets its name from the topography of the site which loosely resembles an underwater temple. This ’temple’ is easily dived, starting from the shallows of around 6m, until you make your way through a tiny swim through out in to the blue at which point you’re able to reach 30m+.

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Ras Katy

This dive site is suitable for all diving levels as well as snorkelers. Here you can either do a mooring or a drift dive. This site contains a sandy plateau and drop-off covered with many pinnacles and coral blocks.

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Tower

Tower is a spectacular dive site characterised by a deep canyon whose walls descend vertically for over 120m. It is a lovely drift dive with a strikingly beautiful underwater landscape.

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Ras Peter / Tank Garden

Dive into history at this site, recommended for experienced divers. Depths range from 34m to 40m, revealing submerged military vehicles and a landmine. Despite corrosion, the vehicles remain remarkably intact, with some upright. Coral growth is minimal, preserving the site for tank-equipped divers only.

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Sodfa

This is an easy dive site suitable for every level of diver and also snorkelers. There’s a sandy plateau and at the drop off you can find shelters full of marine life. There are many coral blocks and pinnacles to explore.

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Naama Bay - Kanabesh

Naama Bay with a shallow sloping bottom, is ideal for courses and as a protected bay home to many juvenile fishes, eagle rays, large turtles are often found on the seagrass so also very exciting for certified divers. If you are interested in Macro Marine Life- this dive site is perfect for you.

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Naama Bay

Naama Bay is a sheltered Bay where you can find coral blocks in different sizes. Between these blocks are sea grass areas and sandy bottom. And in some areas are artificial reefs and as well a sunken zodiac.

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