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Dugong

Dugongs, also known as sea cows, are marine mammals of medium size. They spend their entire life in the sea. It is the only strictly marine herbivorous mammal. They can be found in warm coastal waters from East Africa to Australia, including the Red Sea (especially in the area of Marsa Alam), Indian Ocean and […]

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Marine Life in Red Sea

There are only a very few places on Earth comparing with the Red Sea when we are talking about marine biodiversity. The Red Sea, especially the South part of the Red Sea is one of the richest marine ecosystems due to its coastal reef and also to the vast coral gardens and canyons. The Red […]

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ELPHINSTONE REEF

Elphinstone Reef is located 12 km offshore and about 30 km from Marsa Alam. It is a cigar-shaped reef and is about 400 m long. Did you know that this reef was named after  Admiral George Elphinstone, a British commander who served in Egypt during the Napoleonic war in the begin of the 19th century. […]

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Dolphin House Marsa Alam

Marsa Alam is famous for Samadai Reef and Sataya Reef, both more commonly knows as “Dolphin House”. They are two of the most important dolphin habitats to large families of spinner dolphins in the Red Sea. The sea water temperature at Dolphin House is warm all year round (23°C in January and 29°C in August), […]

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Step back in time and imagine a small diving resort, you will think immediately about Hamata. Hamata is the most southern point of the Egyptian Red Sea. Hamata is located 180 KM south of Marsa Alam. The closest airport is the International Airport of Marsa Alam and it’s just 2½ hours away from Hamata and […]

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SHARM EL LULI Marsa Alam

Sharm El Luli (known as Paradise) is located 60 KM south of Marsa Alam town and it’s a stretch of long sandy beach and a perfect lagoon with an easy access to the deep water thanks to the gentle gradient of the sea bottom. The reef, which is the widest at the eastern flank, near […]

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