Utopia Beach Club
Start your dive in a beautiful canyon before exploring a plateau full of fish life and incredible soft corals.
South Plateau with Zodiac
Dive a breathtaking reef wall pointing towards the open sea. Frequent currents bathe the reef with nutrients and provide the perfect environment for colourful soft corals and hard corals alike – the reef is totally covered with them. Schools of fusiliers, tuna and napoleons are regular visitors along this reef wall.
Large turtles and a dugong love the seaweed area of this small reef located in the sandy bay.
Begin by diving through a small hole leading to an amazing canyon – this is reef structure with the ‘wow factor’ and to add to this great dive you’ll have the opportunity to see turtles and eagle rays too.
Elphinstone Reef by bus and speedboat
One of the most famous and demanding of all Red Sea Dive Sites! At approximately 350 metres long, the east and west sides offer
beautifully overgrown steep walls but it’s the north and south plateaus where the action usually happens –it’s where divers have a high chance of encountering Oceanic White Tip sharks (Carcharhinus longimanus), hammerheads and other pelagics.
A little further by bus, for those seeking wrecks, we can reach Salem Express wreck in the Safaga diving area and the Abu Gusun wreck south of Marsa Alam.