Deadalus / ELPHINSTONE
• Daedalus Reef; also part of the Marine Park, is a large, oval reef with a lighthouse and is the furthest offshore reef in the Egyptian Red Sea. Its deep walls and drop-offs offer some of the most spectacular diving to be found. Daedalus has mountainous, pristine, hard coral formations. There is also a strong chance of spotting schooling hammerheads and grey reef sharks.
• Elphinstone Reef is one of the world's most exciting diving destinations, Located in the open sea around 12km east from the Marsa Abu Dabab, Just below the surface You find the summit of subterranean mountain full of colorful corals and fish species who attracts barracuda, dolphins and whitetip and hammerhead sharks Brothers / ELPHINSTONE
• The Brother Islands are the pinnacles of two undersea mountains rising from the depths of the abyss, located about 60 miles offshore. Part of the Marine Park Islands National Park, they offer stunning wall diving with the walls being covered in soft corals and forests of gorgonians creating a kaleidoscope of ever-changing colours. They attract a diverse array of marine species and large pelagics. Large tuna, jacks and snappers cruise in the blue, accompanied by occasional hammerheads, silvertips, silky and oceanic white tip sharks and mantas. If it's wrecks you're after, then the Aida II, an Egyptian supply vessel, and the Numidia, a cargo ship, lie on the walls of Big Brother. Both are covered in a rich growth of soft and hard corals. Marine life includes a family of Napoleon wrasse and grey reef sharks.SAINT JOHN'S
• Deep South You will find couple reefs like St. John's Reef, St. John's Wood, Little Reef or The Nursery
• Magnificient corals, walls and gardens - probably the best in the Red Sea
• Caverns, tunnels and overhangs will provide You with the best underwater photos opportunitiesELPHINSTONE AND SOUTH
• Elphinstone Reef is one of the world's most exciting diving destinations
• Located in the open sea around 12km east from the Marsa Abu Dabab
• Just below the surface You find the summit of subterranean mountain full of colorful corals and fish species who attracts barracuda, dolphins and whitetip and hammerhead sharks.