Mini diving north safari

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Description

Dive into the famous four wrecks of Abu Nuhas, the ship’s cemetery.

This reef is located near the channel to the Suez Canal and has demanded more ships than any other in the Red Sea.

They are fantastically placed as a scene for photography and are covered with corals: especially the Carnatic, which was sunk in 1869.

The very famous SS Thistlegorm and the recently discovered Rosalie Moller are wrecks from the Second World War and one of the highlights of this diving safari in the Red Sea.

The SS Thistlegorm was bombed and sunk by the Germans in 1941, while they had the mission of bringing a cargo of ammunition and war materials to the British troops in the north of Africa. The Rosalie Moller with British charcoal disappeared the same fate, only two days later.

Ras Mohammed National Park at the top of Sinai, famous for its breathtaking walls, rich in soft and coral corals, populated by huge masses of fish. The abundant lands of the Gulf of Aqaba attract many species of fish, and also feed the coral polyps, creating a paradise for divers.

This nature reserve can be used for a fee. The walls of the islands are covered with soft corals of all colors, black corals and forests of fan corals, which offer a true feast for the eyes.

Large tuna fish, swarms of mackerel and snappers cross the blue waters between hammerhead sharks, gray reef sharks, silver tip sharks, white tip sharks and mantas.

The Threshershark, an oceanic species, which is rarely seen on reefs, circulates regularly around the “brothers”.

The huge and spectacular lunar fish can also be seen close to the reef. The “Aida II”, an Egyptian delivery boat and the “Numidia”, a cargo ship which sank in 1901, lie at the Big Brother. They are covered with soft and hard corals and really wonderful.

Departure & Return Location

Hurghada

Departure Time

  • 8 am morning we start our trip
Price Includes
  • Diving Trainer
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Soft drinks and hot drinks
  • All transportation from Hotel and back to Hotel
  • Equipment and tanks
  • 2 Dives daily + night dive
  • Swim with dolphins – one day

Price Excludes

  • Any Private Expenses

What to Expect

This reef is located near the channel to the Suez Canal and has demanded more ships than any other in the Red Sea.

They are fantastically placed as a scene for photography and are covered with corals: especially the Carnatic, which was sunk in 1869.

The very famous SS Thistlegorm and the recently discovered Rosalie Moller are wrecks from the Second World War and one of the highlights of this diving safari in the Red Sea.

Itinerary

Day 1
  • Start check dive, then we go to Abu Nuhas, then Sheeb El Arg

Day 2

  • Kamrus reef, Om Gammar reef, and Thistlegorm

Day 3

  • El Fanadeer, and El Fanoos, then we go back to hurghada on 4 pm