St-John’s Reefs Diving Trip
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Why do divers choose this itinerary to St-John’s Reefs?

St Johns is a unique underwater environment, a beauty in a natural state! The reefs are a unique and varied assortment of falling and coral reefs that satisfy both pelagic and macro enthusiasts. Also, It is a paradise for underwater photographers.

St-John’s Reefs Itinerary Highlights

Amazing coral walls, beautiful coral gardens with lots of tunnels, caverns and caves. Sharks: Hammerhead, Grey reef, Whitetip reef, Thresher, oceanic Whitetip reef. Dolphins, turtles and other fishes, including barracudas, napoleons, platax, groupers, Etc.

The Diving Spots

  • St. John's Reefs

    Located south of the Egyptian Red Sea, the reefs that make up St. John's are part of the Elba National Park. You will be surprised by their unique architecture, their exceptionally rich and abundant wildlife. The whole area is filled with all types of marine life, from the smallest nudibranchs to the largest. Habili Ali and Habili Gafair offer sumptuous coral walls and all sorts of small and large pelagic. Gota Kebira, Gota Soraya or Dangerous Reef, for their magnificent plateaus and big pinnacles. Cave Reef is spectacular and unforgettable with its shallow cracks that open into small caverns.

  • South of Marsa Alam

    Fury Shoals collects several reefs like Shaab Malahi, Claudio or Maksour, all more colorful than the others. You can alternately explore caves, tunnels, coral gardens, trays and drop-offs.

  • Elphinstone reef

    is definitely the most famous reef in southern Egypt, even the Red Sea, located around 20 kms from Port Ghalib (Marsa Alam). The reef is extended in its northern and southern parts by 2 plateau which descend in steps towards the 60 m. The West and East sides are beautiful vertical drop-offs.

✪ Participation conditions ✪

AOWD or equivalent

Order and choice of sites announced in our liveaboard itineraries are not contractual. They can be changed according to climatic conditions, of condition of the sea and/or of decisions of the Egyptian authorities. These possible modifications are beyond our control. Our absolute priority remains however the security and the satisfaction of our guests.