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Dive sites that can be dived on this tour are the St. John's Reef: All of its dive sites are very close to each other, so it's easy to travel from one dive site to another on a liveaboard dive. St. John's offers a lot of variety in its dives: steep walls, tunnels, caves and stunning hard-coral formations. One of these dives (St. John`s Caves or Umm Kharalim) is truly unique and is a photographer's sky with rays of light shimmering through small tunnels.
St. John's Reef North: Cave Reef is about an hour north of St. John's Reefs. With a lot of fun you will find a way through tunnels and battlements. One of the most beautiful dive sites of the Red Sea.
Fury Shoal: An immense chain of reefs with a variety of outstanding dive sites. Abu Galawa in the north to Sataya in the south. Have fun discovering caves, tunnels, coral gardens, plateaus and cliffs! At Abu Galawa inside the Fury Shoal, for example, there is a wreck called the "Tugboat".
Elphinstone Reef: This reef is known for shark encounters, white tip reef sharks, hammerhead sharks, gray reef sharks, fox sharks and of course, for what Elphinstone is famous for the Longimanus - the oceanic white tip reef shark .
Elphinstone Reef or Sha'ab Abu Hamra, located 20 km from Marsa Alam, is a reef no larger than 300 meters in length. Its spectacular cliffs drop well over 100 meters on either side of the reef. Strong currents make this a perfect drift dive along cliffs covered with many species of fish and soft corals. Here you can see barracudas, angelfish and hordes of anthias, groupers, moray eels and swarms of sweetlips. The reef is covered with soft corals to the north. At the southern end of Elphinstone is an archway, with 65 feet of depth, this is far beyond the scuba diving limit, but best suited for Tek divers. Whitetip sharks also occasionally visit this area.
Other types of sharks are regular visitors here - white tip and gray reef sharks as well as hammerhead sharks and silk sharks can be spotted.
The east side is a large wall, the west is less steep and a bit sandy. Overall, this area has a lot of soft corals, sponges, gorgonians and giant whip corals.
The exact route and reefs are weather dependent and depend on the diving experience of our guests.
Start and end of St. John's Dive Safari is in Port Ghalib.
Liveaboard prices are based on boat only schedules. We are able to offer ATOL Bonded flight inclusive holidays. Please note below
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