Ras Ghozlani

One of the most beautiful dive sites in the area. Having been closed to divers for many years due to the turtle nesting beach close by, this site has an extraordinary array of beautiful table corals, glassfish covered pinnacles, and an overall stunning landscape.

Many different hard coral species, red anemones, table coral, pinnacles with shoals of fish, sea turtles, and all the other typical Red Sea fish species.

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 26 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Drift Dive
  • Snorkeling
  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Macro Spot
  • Cleaning Station

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Most northern dive of Ras Mohamed National Park, this site is the southern entrance to the bay of Mersa Bareika. This is where the steep wall of Ras Mohamed, with caves and overhangs, meets the gentle slope of the bay of Marsa Bareika

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Ras Burg

Ras Burg is a stunning wall drift dive. The namesake of the site comes from a huge rock formation that sits out of the water that indicates the entry point of the site. Point of interest here is a huge cavern underwater that is located to the left of the Burg.

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This dive site sits in the bay of Mersa Bareika and is scattered with colorful coral heads that stretch all around the area and flourish with high and low tide, giving a diverse array of marine life.

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A comparatively shallow site that is good for a second or third dive, Jackfish Alley has two enormous caves filled with shoaling glassfish. Depth: 6m to 20m. Rating: intermediate. Access: boat.

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Eel Garden

Eel Garden lays between a wall and a canyon. This sandy slope is suitable for divers of any level. There is even an entrance from the shore, starting from a small cave right on top of the sandy slope.

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The site is not aptly named as it is not noted for its shark sightings, however, it is a fantastic dive. Beneath the towering cliffs that continue below the surface to disappear into the deep abyss, the wall is covered with soft coral.

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A shamandura dive. Moored between the fringing reef and the impressive pinnacle, this dive begins at the 5-meter sandy plateau and is home to many stingrays and crocodile fish.

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Anemone City

Anemone City is located right next to Shark Reef, and is a beautiful coral garden right before the drop-off. Suitable for all levels of divers, from beginners to experienced. Also a beautiful place for snorkelers!

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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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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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