Dahab is characterised by shore diving with depths for all levels amongst the maze of coral islands. Marine life includes reef fish, jacks, snapper, barracuda and perhaps even turtles. There are gentle reef slopes and coral gardens for beginners and some more challenging sites such as the Blue Hole or the Canyon for the more advanced. There are two marine parks in the Dahab region: Ras Mumlach, a seventy metre wall covered in hard and soft corals, and Ras Abu Galum, a wall with drop offs to over ninety metres.
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Wind: 22.53 km/h