Marsa Alam, Diving
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Diving & Snorkeling Diving Spots in Mara Alam

Marsa Alam is the ideal place for snorkelers as well as divers of all grades. Whether you are just about to learn this fascinating sport or you are already an experienced diver, Marsa Alam offers adventures you will never forget. Its unspoiled pristine reefs and magnificent corals, amazing marine life with excellent visibility will enable the best underwater photo shots to take back home, too.

There are dozens of spectacular spots in Marsa Alam. We will introduce you to some of the best sites in the area to make your holiday a real experience of a life time.

Elphinstone Reef
Is well known among divers and definitely one of the best spots worldwide. You will find sharks of all kind, large napoleons, barracudas as well as rays. The reef reaching 40 meters in depth is beautifully grown with soft corals and huge sea fans. More »

Dolphin House
Is a U-shape reef frequently used by dolphins as a resting place. Therefore it is quite likely to see a large number of these beautiful animals. You might also spot napoleon fish, sea turtles and morays as well as large variety of corals including soft corals and sea fans. Several underwater tunnels are waiting to be discovered. More »

Abu Ghusun
Is the perfect place for easy wreck diving. In 1993 the motor ship Hamada sank 100 km south of Marsa Alam town and broke in two pieces. Since the boat is lying just between 1.5 14 meters under the water surface, it is one of the few wrecks that can be gazed by snorkelers. More »

Shaab Marsa Alam
Is an ideal spot for snorkeling and diving with large pinnacles almost reaching the surface. Even a small wreck that is a home for a vast number of fish. You are likely to see turtles, morays, large napoleons, tunas or reef sharks. Sometimes even dolphins are spotted here. More »

With some luck you can have the change to get close to the rare dugongs (sea cows) that belong to endangered species. They might be seen at Gabal El Rosas Reef, Marsa Abo Dabbab, Assalaya Reef or Marsa Eagla sites.

Black tip sharks can be spotted at such sites as Gigi Reef, Abu Nawas, Gabal El Rosas, Lulu Reef Shazly Reef as well as many other sites where you might see reef sharks.


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