Sites of Taba
Sites of Taba
Observe the beauty of the Red Sea and its inhabitants. With the mask you retire to consider the most beautiful fish and corals are uncommon. This is really rich in its diversity website where you can see a lot of a spectacular underwater world of the Red Sea. A drift dive dropping onto a shallow, gently sloping coral garden. At 11m is dominated by a small glassfish pinnacle and frogfish. This site holds an impressive variety of fish life, if you are lucky you will find a lot of different fishes and you can make a lot of photo for your memory…. And we hope next year you will come to us again.
The underwater world of the sea is unique. The waters of the Red Sea home to over 1,250 species of marine fish, mammals and other marine fauna. A seamount Maxwell’s Reef starting at 12m, dropping off to around 60m. There are huge table corals at around 20 – 30m and a good chance of seeing batfish, red-toothed, triggerfish and millions of anthias swarming around the coral heads.
Marsa El Muqabila
Site makes an ideal first dive for beginners to Taba, with a good range of fish, and few currents. You will find here a yellow-tailed barracuda, can often be seen giant puffers, blue spotted rays and turtles are regular visitors. Experienced divers can enjoy in the south east of this beautiful site.
The quality and diversity of corals, marine flora and fauna of the Red Sea has no equal in the Northern Hemisphere. Consisting of two main coral reefs with a 10m grassy strip between, this is a spectacular site taking its name from the remains of a tangled fishing net, now home to a great variety of marine life. A large 14m pinnacle attracts lots of pink alcyonarians and scale fin anthias, amongst others.