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  • Brothers, Daedalus & Elphinstone

The Islands – the Big Brother and the Little Brother – are two small exposed promontories that just come out of the water in the middle of the sea at around 60km from the Egyptian coast line. The Little Brother has a very high concentration of life.The walls are covered all sorts of hard and soft corals in variety of colors and shapes. Of course you will find here plenty of fish. It is not unusual to see sharks: hammerheads, thresher sharks, grey reef sharks and whitetip reef sharks. About one km north of the Little Brother lays the Big Brother.When it is not too windy, you can proceed to dive the wreck NUMIDIA which lies upon the reef on the northern side of the island between 5m and 80m. At the NW side of the island you will find the other wreck: the AIDA. The remaining pieces of the wreck are scattered all over the reef and just the back side of the hull can be found between 34m and 60m.Because of strong current and may be high waves it is not easy to dive at the Brother’s. This safari is only for experienced divers.The Daedalus Reef reef lies about 180km south of Brother Islands. The reef is surrounded by a sheer wall all around, featuring a plateau on its southern side. Reef and hammerhead sharks are often spotted here. The Reef of Elphinstone, is one of the most beautiful reefs in the Red Sea, with north and south plateau, and the walls covered with soft corals, black corals and gorgonias. Hammerheads, oceanic whitetip sharks and grey reef sharks can also be spotted here.

  • North & Wrecks

The SS Thistlegorm is probably the most famous wreck in the Red Sea. The British cargo ship was on its way to bring military equipment of all kinds for the British troops in North Africa. But then on the 6 th of October 1941 a German bomber attacked the Thistlegorm. The wreck is lying upright on the sea-bottom at 32m depth. Especially interesting is the cargo: Tanks, trucks, motorcycles, weapons, railway carriage and two railway engines.The reef at Abu Nuhas is famous for wrecks. There are 4 wrecks, which are today an attraction point for divers all around the world. The Dunraven, a steam and sail-powered vessel used to transport spices and timber, ran aground the reef Shaab Mahmoud in April 1876 during a voyage from Bombay to Newcastle and sank quickly. The wreck lies upside down with the stern at a depth of 28m and the bow at 18m.The marine park Ras Mohammed offers dreamlike diving spots.With luck you can see sharks during your early morning dive. At Jolanda Reef you can see the cargo of a Cypriot freighter JOLANDA

  • Deep South & Elphinstone

In the deep south of the Red Sea we find the St.Johns reefs.Fantastic drop offs overgrown with big gorginias and colorful bright soft corals You find a lot of marine life at the reefs itself and as well in the blue you may see barracudas, different sharks, sometimes dolphins or manta passing by. The highlight on this tour is Cave reef which impresses all divers of its unique cave and canyon system. On the way up to the north you pass by Sataya, Hamata and Marsa Alam area.

  • Daedalus, Rocky & Zabargad

Deep walls and drop-offs offer some of the most spectacular diving in the Red Sea. Daedalus has  hard coral formations. There is also a strong chance of spotting schooling Hammerheads, Grey Reef Sharks and Oceanic White Tip Sharks.

Further south are the spectacular overhangs and deep walls of Rocky Island and the abundance of soft coral and spectacular coral pinnacles at Zabargad.

Zabargad Island is a wonderful dive site with lot of marine life 

Rocky Island is a small island that emerges from the surface,  surrounded by a surface level reef. The island sinks it walls down to more that 1000 metres of water. The walls are covered in soft corals. It is possible to sight many species of shark here as well as sailfish, dolphins and manta rays.