Diving Sites - Hurgada
 
 
Shaab el erg

Large lagoon at Hurghada's northern most point, shallow dive on outer coral Gardens and gathering point for manta rays in Spring.
Famous for sightings of resident dolphin community by divers.
Umm Gammar: Big groupers and lot of sweepers in the multiple caves found along the eastern wall and drop offs of this tiny islands fringing reef.
Shaabrhur Umm Gammar: South of the Island, this reef offers superb wall diving with possibilities of encountering reef sharks and sizeable groupers. Small wreckage.

Careless Reef
Two pinnacles rising from a shallow plateau surrounded by deep water.
Magnificent coral gardens famous for the numerous giant morays encountered here, as well as the whitetip reef sharks and schooling reef fish.
Small Giftun: Several good dives are found on the reefs around this island, the most famous is the drift dive on the giant fan corals at the eastern fringing reefs wall.
Big Giftun: Best diving is around on its eastern side, especially at "stone beach" where morays and turtles are found on the hard coral garden found on the upper part of the wall.
Abu Ramada Island: Two little islands surrounded by a single reef.
Good drift dive along the steep eastern wall, with big fan corals, overhangs and swim throughs.
Big groupers and carangids.
 

Gota Abu Ramada: South of the island, a little reef features a shallow plateau also named the "Aquarium" because of the abundant schools of butterflies, banners and snappers here found swimming around the mountains of coral gardens.
Ras Disha: The fringing reef which surrounds this cape offers a good shallow dive on the hard coral garden found north of the lighthouse with schooling barracuda, napolean fish and groupers.
Garden eels.
Abu Hashish: Shallow labyrinth on the south side of the island where lots of blue spotted stingrays, puffer fishes and morays are found swimming through a pinnacle landscape.
Also drift dive along the eastern wall.
 
   

Sharm El Shiekh

Hurgada

Dahab

Nuweiba

     
Taba Safaga Marsa Alam
 
 

 

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