One of the most beautiful diving sites all over the world which is considered to be the best site for diving and snorkelling with its famous Yolanda, Old Bay and Khashaba beaches are waiting for new divers to explore.
Sharm el Sheikh beaches are ideal for shore diving due to its easy access, closeness to many famous reefs and coral structures as well as low currents and ideal visibility. Explore Ras Nasrani, Tower and Pinky's wall while holidaying in Egypt.
If you are a beginner diver then Sharm el Sheikh is the best place to start your experience since it offers the best dive sites for those who are just in the beginning of discovering the beauty of the underwater world of the Red Sea.
This is the most northerly of four mid-sea patch reefs named after British 19th century cartographers who first mapped the area. To the East of Jackson lies Tiran Island and Foul Bay, to the west the Sinai Peninsula.
Ras Umm Sid is located south of Na'ama Bay next to Temple dive site. EI Fanar lighthouse adorns the peak and allows access to the reef from shore - though this involves crossing the reef plate on foot. Know more about this unique diving sight.
The Red Sea becomes another world after sunset when it's completely dark underwater and only a torch light your way. Do not miss out for these wonderful places Sharm el Sheikh has to offer to dive at night.
Underwater world of the Red Sea is beautiful and diverse but many of its beautiful creatures are really dangerous, so watch out for potentially dangerous fishes with the help of our guide.
Let's get some useful information on Sharks population on Sinai and learn 10 sharks facts everyone has to know before getting close to these creatures.
Anemone is not a flower but an animal that puts down a root, but also has the capability to up root and move on. This unique kind of animal is still found in vicinity of Sharm el Sheikh but already under risk.
Here is the list of the major families of fishes found in the Red Sea with a short description. These fishes a diver is likely to encounter during his Red Sea underwater exploration.
Marine life in Egyptian part of the Red sea is rich with colourful fishes, unique marine animals as well as coral reefs. Its unique ecosystem attracts different varieties of marine inhabitants and very vulnerable to outside intrusions.