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Blue Hole

  • Diver level:

  • Depth max:

    30 m
  • Visibility:

    to 30m
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What to see

The Blue Hole is a famous dive site located in Dahab, Egypt. It's known for its unique underwater topography and diverse marine life. The Blue Hole is a circular underwater sinkhole that plunges to a depth of over 100 meters. The walls of the sinkhole are covered in a variety of coral species, creating a stunning and unique underwater landscape.

In addition to the coral walls of the Blue Hole, there are also several coral formations on the sandy bottom of the sinkhole. These formations are home to a variety of macro life, such as nudibranchs and shrimp. The Blue Hole is also home to a diverse range of marine life, including reef fish such as angelfish, butterflyfish, and surgeonfish. You may also spot larger species such as barracuda, tuna, and even the occasional shark or turtle. The Blue Hole also has a cave system that can be explored by trained cave divers. The cave system is home to unique formations and a diverse range of marine life.

The water at the Blue Hole is known for its excellent visibility, which can often exceed 30 meters. This makes it an excellent location for underwater photography and videography. Overall, the Blue Hole is a unique and stunning dive site that offers a wide range of underwater experiences, from exploring the sinkhole and cave system to observing the diverse marine life and coral formations. It's a must-visit destination for any diving enthusiast visiting Dahab