About Marsa Alam


Abu Dabab

Abu Dabbab Bay 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 sometimes scuba diving and Snorkeling with the endangered dugong “sea cow.” at Marsa Alam, Red Sea, Egypt And as if that wasn’t enough the bay is also host to giant sea turtles for whom the shallow waters serve as an invaluable nesting site and the harmless guitar shark as well as having colourful reefs, a myriad of beautiful fish, join our professional PADI instructors team with.

Elphinstone Reef

Elphinstone Reef is one of the world’s most exciting diving destinations.  A few small breakers are the only visible sign that just below the sea’s surface is the summit of a subterranean mountain, rich in colourful corals and fish species, and attracting the interest of hungry barracuda, dolphins and sharks.  

It is two shark species in particular that attract divers looking for that unique once in a life-time close-quarters encounter with a big sea predator. The scarily curious oceanic white-tip and the oddly shaped hammerhead, only in Marsa Alam, Red Sea, Egypt.

 in Elphinstone Reef you can scuba diving with our professional team .


Marsa Alam, Red Sea has two of the most important dolphin habitats in the Red Sea and the world. Samadai reef, more commonly known as “Dolphin House” as well as the more remote but equally if not more important “Sataya Reef.”  They are both homes to large families of spinner dolphins.If that isn’t enough for you dolphin enthusiasts, you will be happy to learn that many more spinners visit the reefs on a regular basis with occasional visits by other dolphin species such as the bottlenose, joint our professional PADI team for scuba diving and Snorkeling .