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Why choose this route?

  • Overnight under the stars
  • Unforgettable snorkeling experience
  • Great scuba diving sites
  • Swim with dolphins
Sataya Overnight

Abu Galawa Soghayar

Abu Galawa Soghayar has a fantastic coral garden and a wreck of a private sailing boat, sank in the 80th and it´s full of soft corals and populated with glass fish.

Abu Galawa Kebir

As well Abu Galawa Kebir is home of a wreck. The Chinese barge named TIEN HSING sank in 1943 and lays between 5m and 16m depth directly at the reef and meanwhile it is a part of it.

Shaab Claudio

Access: boat.
Depth: between 5 and 25 meters.
Minimum level: all levels of divers and snorkelers.
Location: 121 km south of Marsa Alam
Description: Fury Shoals is home to Shaab Claudia, a popular cruising destination. It is a reef relatively protected from the wind, which offers several styles of diving in one! The landscapes are fantastic coral garden, mountains of hard corals, the canyon where crystalline visibility and play of light are fascinating!
Very rich, Claudia is home to nudibranch, yellowfin goatfish, triggerfish of all kinds, parrotfish, a multitude of schools of bannerfish, angelfish, snapper and nason but also napoleon and turtle.

Shoab Sataya (DOLPHIN REEF)

Access: boat.
Depth: between 5 and +40 meters.
Minimum level: all levels of divers and snorkelers.
Location: 130 km south of Marsa Alam.
Description: Shaab Sataya in the south-east of the Fury Shoals area, stretches for 5 kilometers long, in the shape of a crescent, sheltering a large lagoon where it is easy to take shelter. It is the ideal place to come for scuba diving but also renowned for coming to swim freely with the long-billed dolphins, listen to them underwater and admire them playing with each other. The reefs are fabulous, pinnacles adorned with corals and magnificent drop-offs. But you can also see species such as trevally, barracuda, ray, lionfish, angelfish, scorpionfish, crocodilefish, turtle and at certain times of the year you may be lucky enough to meet the whale shark.