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Dangerous reef

The first name of this reef was: “The Nursery”. This names was given because of the large number of Juvenile reef fish and shoals that lives there. There are also many baby White Tip Reef Sharks in the spring. Keep a look out for the caves, stop before you reach the tip to see the entrances. You can enter the caves as there is plenty of light inside them.

Habili Ali

This reef is completely covered with life on all sides and even on the top. It is one of two Habillis, in the southern Red Sea, that are surrounded by Drop off from all sides. Offers dramatic walls and drop offs. Divers can see underwater from marine life a lot of kinds of big fishes as are: many types of Sharks (Grey reef, White Tip, Hammerheads), lots of schooling fish (Barracudas, Tunas, Jacks, etc..) and profusion of reef fish (Banner fish, Butter fly , Emperor Angel fish..) and above all the Bump Head Parrot fish.

Claudia cave

This is a dive that can be easily described as exiting and adventures. It starts from the mooring point by entering the water straight from the hard boat and heading to the reef. Once nect to the reef get in the swim through from any of the many entrances at the south.

Named after a dive guide that used to work in this area in 1980s. Points of attraction here are caves and possibility swim – through and coral gardens, shoals of reef fish ( Banner fish, Goat fish, Butterfly fish, Yellow snappers…). The reef is spectacular and stands apart from all the others because of its caves. Most of the caves are open at the top, allowing sunlight to come through. There are also caves which are completely covered overhead.

Gotta Soraya

Gota Soraya means in translation "Little reef". Is rated as possibly one of the best wall dives in the Red Sea, with overhangs and cracks in the reef wall full of glass fish and sweepers and an abundance of corals, Grey Reef, Silvertips and Hammerhead sharks. There are huge numbers of black corals, soft corals and sea fans growing on the walls.

Due to small size of the reef there is a lot of to see.

Gotta Kebir

Means in translation "Big reef". Name was given to this reef because of its size in relation to the other reefs in this area.

Points of attraction are here dramatic wall and caves with black corals.

In depth of 14 metres you can see the entrance of the small cave. The cave system is very simple and almost a perfect U turn inside the reef. 

At the right times of the year, Mantas are also seen.

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