• Shark Reef and Yolanda Reef are rated as one of the top ten dives in the world and is perhaps the most famous dive site of the Ras Mohammed National Park. The two reefs rise up from untold depths to the surface making a breath-taking, stunning and dramatic topography. The dive is completed as a drift dive and is normally started in the direction of Shark Reef to Yolanda. With this dive it is important to be quick on the entry as otherwise it is possible to drift on the surface and miss the most amazing wall.
  • It is a sheer drop down to 800 meters plus. Hanging out on the wall are snappers, bat fish, barracuda and many more especially when they mass together in the July/August peak period. It’s like diving in fish soup. The current takes you around to the ‘saddle’ the connecting reef between to two vast pinnacles. Depending on the currents your dive guide will guide you around the front of Yolanda Reef. Look out into the blue as there are often large pelagic fish passing. The dive finishes on the remains of the wreck of the ‘Yolanda’. This dive can be a roller coaster ride of currents, which turn every which way during the dive – but it is an adrenalin pumping awesome experience.
  • Location: 27o 43.300/ N - 34o 15.000/ E
  • Dive Types: Wreck, Drift, Reef


  • If you like wall diving then Shark Observatory is a ‘must’ dive. It is named after the observatory point on the Ras Mohammed national park headland which towers above the sea level.
  • This dive has a sheer wall peppered with inlets, over hangs and small open cave systems which let the sunlight filter through the coral fringing plate above.
  • Location: 27o 44.005/ N - 34o 15.605/ E
  • Dive Types: Drift, Reef, Wall


  • Eel garden, situated in front of a small beac south of Jackfish Alley and immediately before Shark Observatory, is accessible by land. Here, the impressive fossil coral cliff which stretches from Ras Mohammed to Ras Za’atar diminishes in height and gives way to a passage.
  • Jumping into the blue at 100 meters distance from the reef, thousands of Jackfish are swimming around during the hunting summer season. Current is generally strong with a good visibility all year round, this allow easy spotting as White Tip Reef Sharks and Grey Sharks.
  • Location: 27o 45.900/ N - 34o 15.200/ E
  • Dive Types: Reef


  • Jackfish Alley is a nice gentle drift dive with a varied topography. It is normally dived in the direction towards Shark Observatory, starting off with a small cave swim through in the wall. The wall mellows out into a huge plateau which is split from the main reef by a sandy bottomed alley – hence the name.
  • With good air consumption you can go far out onto the satellite reef or follow the bottom of the alley where sometime you will spot sleeping white tip reef sharks.
  • Location: 27o 46.000/ N - 34o 15.400/ E
  • Dive Types: Cave, Drift, Reef


  • Ras Zatar is one of Ras Mohammed National Park’s most atmospheric dives due to lighting of the site which is the most spectacular in the afternoon. It starts off as a wall dive which has many open caverns and caves to explore. Most of the caverns have striking light beams shining through from the reef plate which highlight the interior.
  • The wall on the corner turns into a large plateau. At this point the current can pick up speed and due to this it is often a place to spot cruising Sharks. This dive is conducted as a drift dive and is only accessible by boat.
  • Location: 27o 45.860/ N - 34o 15.364/ E
  • Dive Types: Drift, Reef, Wall


  • Ras Ghazlani, situated in the Ras Mohammed National Park, is one of the most popular Sharm el Sheikh dive sites due to its versatility; basically there is something for everyone and it’s a great site for PADI specialties. Entering the water, the reef wall descends from the surface to around 14m deep where it meets a plateau extending 30m towards the drop off at around 20m deep.
  • The drop off then descends past 40m depth. Always dived from the boat and rarely a current it allows you to really take your time either heading with the reef on the left or right side taking in the beautiful soft corals along the drop off. Keeping an eye out to 'the blue' maybe rewarded with a special sighting of Manta Ray or even a Whale Shark.
  • Location: 27o 47.527/ N - 34o 15.752/ E
  • Dive Types: Drift, Reef
  • Common Sightings : Grouper, Pufferfish, Glassfish

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