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This lagoon 18km south-east of Marsa Alam is home to three dive sites with a reef system full of interesting coral pinnacles and fish life. What makes Samadai so special, though, is the pod of spinner dolphins (numbering up to 480) that regularly visits the lagoon
Sha'ab Samadai. The Samadai reef, also called the Dolphin House, is probably the most famous diving site near Marsa Alam where you can see dolphins
An excellent reef right in front of Marsa Alam village.
ocated 4 km south east of Marsa Alam, in direction of the open sea, reachable by boat.
One of the famous dive sites in Marsa Alam you can do over there Different types of diving.
Dreft, boat, and deep dive
Located 7 km north of Marsa Alam. Structure: large natural bay with easy access from the beach. The two reefs north and south are really amazing and we have a big chance to see green Turtles, seahorse, sea cow and rays, take a look on the maps
11 km north of Marsa Alam.
Diving from the beach, in a natural bay with easy entry and sandy bottom.
A really nice dive site with 2 reefs in the side the north reef, south and in the middle, you find a large area with a sea grass what makes big chance to see the nice green turtles and a big chance to see the sea cow.
Marsa Samaday (House Reef) dive site
4 minutes from Marsa Diving Center, dive from the beach
easy entry and sandy bottom relaxing dive with a pure vision, you can see a different fish's in the north reef you can find lion fish, scorpion fish and frog fish. In the south you can find crocodile fish, spade fish.
Plastic pellets from ship wreck at beach near Abu Ghusun
The wreck lies in the Red Sea approximately half a mile south of the phosphate terminal at Abu Ghoson
One of the nicest dive sites in Marsa Alam with easy entrance from the beach and the other side of the dive site have a long Area with amazing reef.
Abu Dabbab Bay dive site has one of the best sandy beaches in the Marsa Alam region but is deservedly better known as being one of the few places in the world where you can see Dugong (Sea Caw) and a lot of green Turtles with an easy entrance from the beach Excellent for diving and Snorkeling.