Shaab Abu Dabbab / Egypt

Shaab Abu Dabbab
Shaab Abu Dabbab dive site is situated near Marsa Alam. It is a true decoration of the Red Sea that was created by the nature of separate precious reef stones. This dive site is the biggest and the most remote from the shore.
Exotic fish, especially, lionfish would busily keep divers company looking for admiring in the eyes of new acquaintances. The length of the reef is 200m/656ft and the width is 60m/196ft. The place is also interesting because of the dugons from sea cows family which were occasionally seen there.
What to see: various corals, goatfish, scorpionfish, lionfish, butterflyfish, rays, seahorses, rare dugongs.
Depth: 5-20m/16-65ft
Currents: < 1 knots
Visibility: 10-30m/32-98ft
Season for diving: All the year long. The average temperature in January is 22C/76F, in June 30C/86F.


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