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Deep South

 

The safari leaves from the Hamata marina. Our main target is St. John's reef at the Sudan border. This is the barrier to the high seas so we probably can meet large sharks. These are the most Southern diving spots of Egypt where we can find complex very unique ecosystems. Some reefs have cavern systems connecting to each other like a labyrinth where we can discover a completely new world. These places are excellent scenes for photography to shot unique pictures or videos. Some diving spots have very deep places or strong currents. We recommend this safari for experienced divers with at least 35 logged dives and AOWD certification. Certainly we offer AOWD or any specialty course on the New Deal board during the safari.






Click for zoom1.day: Leaving from Hamata marina in the morning

  • Check dive a the Wadi Lahami reef Diving at the Tug wreck in the afternoon Leaving for the St. John's reef.



2.day: Early dive at the St. John's reef

  • Diving at the St. Johns reef after the breakfast Diving at the Habili Ali reef in the afternoon Night dive at the Big Gota reef


3.day: Early diving at the Small Habili reef

  • Diving at the Umm Aruk reef after the breakfast Diving at the Dangerous Reef in the afternoon Night dive at Abu Basala


4.day: Early dive at the Paradise Reef

  • Diving at the Whiterock Reef after the breakfast Diving at the Horseshoe Reef in the afternoon Night dive at the Ras Banas reef.


5.day: Early diving at the Fury Shoal reef

  • Diving at the Dolphin Reef after the breakfast Diving at the Shaab Sabila reef in the afternoon Night dive at Shaab Mahsur.


6.day: Diving at the Siyul Island in the morning

  • Snorkeling, swimming, lunch at the Siyul Island Arriving to the Hamata marina in the afternoon.