The whole area is of uplifted coral, so all sites are close to shore as the coral starts at the waters edge. This means the shore reef extends 10-30 meters out at about 1 meter depth. The reef then drops vertically creating the typical walls of the area. These drop offs range from 10-800 meters. Care needs to be taken in crossing the reef if diving by shore and control of depth is needed during the dive.

Located on the very tip of the Sinai Peninsula, the resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, or Sharm as it is known to locals, is one of the most beautiful and scenic spots on earth. Flanked by mountains on one side, the crystal clear Red Sea on the other and covered in a permanent coating of desert sand.

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