Diving in Africa

    Abu Helal Dahab, Egypt

    This is an excellent dive site for night dive.Take care of the current at the entry point: It can be very strong, and waves does not help!

    Brissaire Rocks Mahe Island, Seychelles

    Great shoal with a lot of marine life: snappers, fusiliers and jack fishes, white tip reef sharks, nurse sharks, napoleons, eagle rays...Depending on the season; some sting rays and whale sharks may be seen.Granite formation neayby of two small granite island.
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    Daedalus Reef Marsa Alam, Egypt

    Daedalus Reef Marsa Alam, Egypt

    Daedalus Reef Marsa Alam, Egypt

    Daedalus Reef Marsa Alam, Egypt

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    Elphinstone Reef Marsa Alam, Egypt

    This site is one of the most famous in the Red Sea, wellknown for dolphins, sharks and great wall dives. Both northern a southern tips have a plateu that offer great dives. Eastern and western sides offers great walls! Do not miss diving here :)North Plateau and East Wall:You drop directly above the…

    Elphinstone Reef Marsa Alam, Egypt

    This site is one of the most famous in the Red Sea, wellknown for dolphins, sharks and great wall dives. Both northern a southern tips have a plateu that offer great dives. Eastern and western sides offers great walls! Do not miss diving here :)North Plateau and East Wall:You drop directly above the…

    Elphinstone Reef Marsa Alam, Egypt

    This site is one of the most famous in the Red Sea, wellknown for dolphins, sharks and great wall dives. Both northern a southern tips have a plateu that offer great dives. Eastern and western sides offers great walls! Do not miss diving here :)North Plateau and East Wall:You drop directly above the…

    Elphinstone Reef Marsa Alam, Egypt

    This site is one of the most famous in the Red Sea, wellknown for dolphins, sharks and great wall dives. Both northern a southern tips have a plateu that offer great dives. Eastern and western sides offers great walls! Do not miss diving here :)North Plateau and East Wall:You drop directly above the…
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    Elphinstone Reef Marsa Alam, Egypt

    This site is one of the most famous in the Red Sea, wellknown for dolphins, sharks and great wall dives. Both northern a southern tips have a plateu that offer great dives. Eastern and western sides offers great walls! Do not miss diving here :)North Plateau and East Wall:You drop directly above the…
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    L'ilot Island Mahe Island, Seychelles

    This dive site is characterized by being a small agglomerated of rocks that has lots of marine life. It is a good place to do night dives. There may, however, be strong currents in the area.The most common species are a variety of coral species, colored gorgonians, spanish dancers, shrimps and…

    Leven bank Zanzibar North, Tanzania

    Often seen: schools of tuna, barracuda and kingfish.The top of Leven bank can be as shallow as 14 m, when the tide is low. The bank isseveral miles from shore, so may be subject to high currents . The site looks like a big plateau coming up from great depth, with the top of it slighlty at an angle.…
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    Sha'ab Malahi Hamata, Egypt

    Along with Sha'ab Claudio, this is one of the most visited reefs in the Fury Shoals reef system. The main attraction here is the southern part of the reef, which is situated directly next to the boat.This is an explorer's dream. The reef formation is like a playground of craggy corals, canyons and…
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    Marsa Abu Dabab South Marsa Alam, Egypt

    This fantastic shore dive is perfect for divers and non-divers alike. Because this site is not especially deep - 2m-15m - non diving partners will love the opportunity to just sunbathe or have a refreshing dip in the bay of Marsa Abu Dabab and is the perfect opportunity to snorkel in the shallow…

    Nkhata Bay Nkhata Bay, Malawi

    Lake Malawi is part of Africa?s Great Rift Valley. It boasts huge underwater rock formations as well as beautiful sandy beaches. The lake is host to one of the biological wonders of the world, the Cichlids.Cichlids are a large and widespread family of fish found in rivers and lakes all over the…
    Dive in Ras Nasrani

    Ras Nasrani Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    This site can be accessed by four wheel drive vehicle as well as boats. The reef drops from the shallow bays to a wall down to 60m+ with many caves and overhangs. The best diving is among the big coral heads (or ergs) in the shallow areas. A good spot for Spanish dancers and coneshells in the sandy…
    Dive in Ras Nasrani (ray)

    Ras Nasrani Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    This site can be accessed by four wheel drive vehicle as well as boats. The reef drops from the shallow bays to a wall down to 60m+ with many caves and overhangs. The best diving is among the big coral heads (or ergs) in the shallow areas. A good spot for Spanish dancers and coneshells in the sandy…
    SS Thistlegorm

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…
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    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…