Itinerary Highlights

A popular choice for divers seeking a unique diving experience off the beaten path in the Red Sea. Known for crystal-clear waters and abundance of marine life, St Johns offers a series of reefs, pinnacles, colourful coral gardens, dramatic drop-offs and exciting swim-throughs. Guests may spot a variety of species including schooling barracuda. It also offers the opportunity to encounter larger pelagic species such as hammerheads and mantas. With its beautiful coral reefs and exciting marine encounters, this itinerary is a fantastic choice for divers of all skill levels looking for a memorable diving experience.

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Marsa Shouna Also known as Turtle Bay, this shallow, grassy-bottomed site is known across the Red Sea for giant turtles, coral gardens and some great underwater topography. And if you're very lucky, you might spot a dugong - so keep one eye into the blue

Elphinstone This expansive dive site is only 12km from shore and is perfect for drifting along walls adorned with lots of coral species. You might see oceanic white tips, hammerheads or reef sharks, so keep an eye out into the blue.

Sataya (Dolphine reef) Large 6 mile long horseshoe shaped reef. In the lagoon some families of dolphins have been living for a long time, easy to meet. It is an excellent shelter for the night, the best time to meet lion fish.

St Johns Beautiful corals are a feature of this large reef system that covers 300 square kilometres in the southern Red Sea, close to Sudan. This location offers exceptional visibility and an abundance of marine life. You might spot hammerheads, manta rays, barracuda, jacks, turtles, thresher and grey sharks amongst others on this dive. Tunnels and caves add another dimension to the sites here and give enthusiasts a fabulous opportunity for some exceptional photographs and video footage.

Fury Shoal This glorious collection of reefs has something for everyone. From caves to wall diving, shark sightings to spinner dolphins, this site is suitable for all levels of diver. Offering both shallow and deeper dives, it’s located in the far south, so is quiet with pristine, colourful coral.

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  • check Please be aware that the schedule will vary depending on weather, other logistical or force majeure conditions.
  • check Night dives are prohibited at all marine park islands.

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