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 Special Trips from Sharm El Sheikh

Eel Garden

27°45.900′ N – 34°15.200′ E Eel Garden, situated in front of a small beach south of Jackfish Alley and immediately before Shark Observatory, is accessible by land. Here, the impressive fossil coral cliff which stretches from Ras Mohammed to Ras Za’atar diminishes in height and gives way to passage. Eel Garden is well sheltered from …

Ras Burg

27°45.376′ N – 34°15.162′ E the site which is about 500 meters south of Ras Za’atar: it is a dive site illustrated and suggested for the first time in this guide. The site is certainly less spectacular than the one at Ras Za’atar, but its wall has a similar configuration and it offers the double …

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KORMORAN wreck

28°01.063′ N – 34°29.242′ E n August 1984 the ship Kormoran, built in 1963 in the Rostock shipyards (Germany) was coming from Aqaba with a cargo of phosphate when an error in navigation caused it to hit the northern side of the reef bordering the island of Tiran, known by divers as Laguna Reef. The …

Wreck of the Kingston

Small Crack (Small Passage)

Shark Observatory

27°44.005′ N – 34°15.605′ observation terrace on the top of the Ras Mohammed promontory, but also the diving site that is on a level with that promontory This is a magnificent wall dive, also known as the Ras Mohammed Wall: while looking down into the deep blue, you can admire a grandiose environment and at …

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Shark & Yolanda Reefs

27°43.300′ N – 34°15.000′ E Shark Reef is the most famous and popular dive site in the Red Sea for the variety of its marine environment and above all for the extraordinary abundance of its reef and pelagic fauna. However, to enjoy this site in all its splendour you should go there in the summer …

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Ras Za’atar

27°45.860′ N – 34°15.364‘ Ras Za’atar is the rocky promontory which delimits the deep bay of Marsa Bareika to the south. The lack of a mooring (shamandura) means you have to make a drift dive that skirts the headland. This may be done in either direction, depending on the current; the most frequent moves northeast …

Ras Ghozlani

27°47.527′ N – 34°15.752′ E The deep bay of Marsa Bareika has the dive site of Ras Ghozlani on its northern tip and Ras Za’atar to the south. The bay was opened to scuba divers only a few years ago, and access is still restricted and allowed on its outer sides only. A small stake …