Guadalupe Island, Mexico Guadalupe is a volcanic island in Mexico, about 240km west of the Baja California Peninsula. The island’s population is just over 200, and that includes fishermen, some farmers and navy personnel. One of the most prevalent animals of the island are seals. Their population counts over 10,000 individually registered animals. The island’s […]
Taking a diving liveboard trip? What if you forget something? No worries. Just tick and pack, and you are done! Check the passport/visa requirements for your destination. Does your passport need to be valid 3-6 months following your departure date or have a certain number of blank pages? Do you need a visa? Check outbound/inbound […]
THE PAST TELLS STORIES OF OLD TIMES, EXPERIMENTS AND WARS Sanganeb boasts the tallest lighthouse in the Red Sea. The 50m-tall tower was built by the British between 1958 and 1964. A mere 268 steps lead all the way up to the look-out where a 360° view awaits us onto the marvelous Red Sea, as […]
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It is also a well-known fact that surfers and kite surfers are regulars here, especially during the winter months, when stable and infinitely steady winds can
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The Claudia Reef (also known as Sha’ab Claudia) is a beautiful cavernous reef in the open sea. Dive boats usually moor at the south side of the reef. Right underneath the boats a sizable Napoleon fish often cruises.
Shab Abu Nuhas is a coral reef that barely reaches the surface and that is not easily visible from a distance. It is located at the mouth of the Strait of Gobal, a busy shipping lane in hazardous waters that had claimed several ships whose wrecks now lie in the deep.