Sharm El Sheikh Dive Sites

  • Sharm El Sheikh is an Egyptian city on the southern tip of the Sinai in South Sinai Governorate, on the coastal strip along theRed Sea Sharm El Sheikh is the administrative hub of Egypt’s South Sinai Governorate, which includes the smaller coastal towns of Dahab and Nuweiba as well as the mountainous interior, St. Catherine and Mount Sinai. The city and holiday resort is a significant centre for tourism in Egypt, while also attracting many international conferences and diplomatic meetings
  • Sharm El Sheikh has become a popular location for scuba diving as a result of its underwater scenery and warm waters. Other beach activities include snorkelling, windsurfing, kitesurfing, para-sailing, boating, and canoeing.
  • Ras Mohamed np park is located at the southernmost tip of the Sinai Peninsula where the waters of the Red Sea and Gulf of Suez meet, producing strong currents and providing a habitat for diverse marine life. Two reefs popular with divers are Shark Reef, a vertical wall descending to over 800 metres (2,600 ft), and Yolanda Reef, the site of the wreck of the Yolanda.
  • The Straits of Tiran are located at the mouth of the Gulf of Aqaba and in a major. Shipping lane There are four reefs there, each named after one of the British cartographers who first mapped them: Gordan, Thomas, Woodhouse and Jackson. In summer months hammerhead sharks swim in schools near the reefs.
  • The Sharm El Sheikh Hyperbaric Medical Center was founded in 1993 by the Egyptian ministry of tourism with a grant from  USAID to assist with diving-related medical conditions.
LOCAL NORTH NAMMA BAY
Ras Ghamila 27°58.342' N – 34°25.684' E The name Ras Ghamila' Delightful …
LOCAL SOUTH NAMMA BAY
27°53.015' N. – 34°19.724' E Sodfa better-known and more popular Tower, on …
Gordon Reef
27°59.097' N – 34°27.250' E Gordon Reef is known and easily identified …
Jackson Reef
28°00.354' N – 34°28.283'E Jackson Reef is the most northerly reef in …
Lagoona Reef
27°59.847' N – 34°28.915' E The western side of Tiran Island is …
Thomas Reef
27°59.437' N – 34°27.644' E This reef is one of the most …
Woodhouse
28°00.119' N – 34°27.970' E located between Thomas Reef and Jackson Reef. …
Jackfish Alley
27°46.000' N – 34°15.400' E The name of this site derives from …
Ras Ghozlani
27°47.527' N – 34°15.752' E The deep bay of Marsa Bareika has …
Ras Za’atar
27°45.860' N – 34°15.364' Ras Za'atar is the rocky promontory which delimits …
Shark & Yolanda Reefs
27°43.300' N – 34°15.000' E Shark Reef is the most famous and …
Shark Observatory
27°44.005' N – 34°15.605' observation terrace on the top of the Ras …
Small Crack (Small Passage)
Small Crack (Small Passage) – Small split in the middle of Shaab …
Wreck of the Kingston
Wreck of the Kingston – Shag Rock is situated about a mile …
KORMORAN wreck
28°01.063' N – 34°29.242' E n August 1984 the ship Kormoran, built …
Ras Burg
27°45.376' N – 34°15.162' E the site which is about 500 meters …
Eel Garden
27°45.900' N – 34°15.200' E Eel Garden, situated in front of a …
Wreck of the Thistlegorm
 Special Trips from Sharm El Sheikh To most divers familiar to the Red Sea, this …
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