We offer you to Explore the wonders of Red Sea -such as, amazing mixture of soft coral and hard coral, coral gardens – Drop off and Pinnacles dive sites – Drift and Caverns dive sites.

South Trips

great chance to spot Dolphins, Dugongs, Turtles, Sharks and the beautiful common Red Sea fish.

We call it Deep South or St.John trip but actually the route covers 3 main areas at Red Sea Marsa AlamFury Shoals-St.John

Marsa Alam

Around 280 Km south of Hurghada and perfect destination to start our trip. Around Marsa Alam there are the best dive sites at Red Sea, such as

  • Elphinston: one of the best dive sites on the world, located 30Km North of Marsa Alam, 12Km of shore. Elphinston is very tiny reef as cucumber shaped hanging at deep water which offering spectacular wall drift diving with wonderful coral and curious Oceanic whitetip reef sharks.
  • Under south plateau a large Arch 48-65M. It’s a dream of the tech divers
  • Shaab Sharm located 40Km south of Marsa Alam ,

Shaab Sharm is kidney stone-shaped reef with Sloping walls, at east tip is plateau covered by soft coral, arrange of hard coral,

  • If you are lucky you can spot Manta and Oceanic shark.
  • Under the plateau is large overhead cave at depth 50 m to 50 inside

Marsa Alam offers also great shallow dive such as Abu Dabab area, Marsa Shana, Shaab Marsa Alam 

Fury Shoals

Around 150Km south of Marsa Alam ,Fury Shoals is 30Km long chain of dive sites offering coral pinnacles , lagoons , drop off , drift dives and great chance for Dolphins ,such as

  • Satayah (dolphin reef): a very large horse shoe reef. The distance from the east to the west side is more than 3km. The depth in the inner part ranges from 3m to 15m. It is a very common to spot a pod of spinner dolphins.

East site is mix drop off, pinnacles, stony plateau and coral garden

  • Maksur is 800 m long cucumber shaped reef, often compared to the Red Sea classic, Elphinston, and with steep drop off.

Maksur has amazing south plateau two steps covered with mixture soft, hard coral and two pinnacles like towers.

  • Claudia (cavern): a cave full of many canyons. Average depth inside 5- 12m.
  • Malahi This is an explorers dream. The reef formation is like a playground of craggy corals

Fury Shoals offer more shallow dives such us Abu Galawa

St. John

 Is a huge and wide coral reef located in the Southern Red Sea specifically at the end of the Egyptian sea.  Almost 210km south of Marsa Alam.  Between the coast and Zabarged Island

St. John’s covering an area of 290 km2 and offering the greatest diversity of diving Red Sea. It`s astonishing coral walls, coral garden, and caves. Such as.

  • Habili Ali is an oval shaped reef, its walls and ridges are full of beautiful coral and full of Marin life , Drift diving is the best way to admire the inlaid coral and reef fish living in the steep walls.
  • Gotta Soghair: is small reef with the best drop off at the area, all the sides are slope off and droop off to deep, covered with soft coral, gorgonian and black coral growing on the walls. The south edge of the reef is full of hard coral and conical shaped coral, so it’s hard to step.
  • Dangerous Reef is the most south dive site at St. John area, it takes a diamond shape. The south tip of the diamond there is a sandy sloping bottom with hard coral down to 30 m. The main reef has some fissures making small tunnels, out of the tunnels east or west a good coral garden
  • Dangerous reef is the best choice after the deep dives and also offer us shelter for the night and excellent night dive.
  • St John’s cave, an area where shallow cracks open up into small caverns, which natural light allow easy penetration, caves hang up at depth 3-8m.

St.john’s Area more than 20 dives site we chose the best following the weather condition like Habili Gafar, Gotta Kabira, Abu Bassala, Umm Erouk  

St. John can be integrate with other route such Deadalus reef or Rocky and Zabarged Island.

All divers’ level can join south route, beginner can miss couple of dives

It is possible to dive in South of Red Sea all year round

  • Coldest water occurs in January and is about 24°C
  • Summer time water temperature about 30°C!
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