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Taba Dives Sites

Maxwell

Maxwell is the name of the eldest son of the man who discovered this Red Sea dive site, 20 years ago. The dive site looks like an underwater island and lies about 500m off the coast, with a minimum depth of 12m up to 45m. Maxwell’s Reef lies in front of the Ras Amira dive site. Sometimes you will find surface current is reduced when you swim close to the sea bed making. This is one of the more challenging Taba dive sites and is recommended for advanced divers. You are certain to see bait fish here, along with Spanish dancers in the daytime, stone fish, turtles, table corals and sting rays, making for some great Red Sea diving

Categories
Taba Dives Sites

Maxwell

Maxwell is the name of the eldest son of the man who discovered this Red Sea dive site, 20 years ago. The dive site looks like an underwater island and lies about 500m off the coast, with a minimum depth of 12m up to 45m. Maxwell’s Reef lies in front of the Ras Amira dive site. Sometimes you will find surface current is reduced when you swim close to the sea bed making. This is one of the more challenging Taba dive sites and is recommended for advanced divers. You are certain to see bait fish here, along with Spanish dancers in the daytime, stone fish, turtles, table corals and sting rays, making for some great Red Sea diving

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