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Seven Brothers

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Abundant sea life
The Seven Brothers islands offer an exhilarating diving experience due to the strong currents and deep waters. The underwater landscape features dramatic walls, drop-offs, and underwater plateaus. Due to the conditions and the potential for challenging currents, the site is best suited for advanced divers who are comfortable in deep water and with drift diving. The remoteness of the location means that it's often visited via liveaboard, offering an exclusive and immersive diving adventure. Diving at the Seven Brothers is a thrilling experience, providing an opportunity to explore one of the most vibrant and untouched underwater regions in the Red Sea

When To Go Diving

Optimal diving conditions are typically between October and June when the waters are clearer and the marine life is most abundant. During this period, divers can expect water temperatures to range from 25°C to 30°C (77°F to 86°F), providing a comfortable environment for diving. The visibility can be excellent, often exceeding 30 meters (98 feet)

What to see

The islands are surrounded by rich marine ecosystems:

  • Fish Species: The area is known for its schools of pelagic fish, including jacks, barracudas, and tunas. There's also a good chance of encountering sharks, particularly hammerheads and grey reef sharks.
  • Coral Varieties: Divers will find vibrant coral formations, including both hard and soft corals, which are home to a variety of smaller reef fish and invertebrates.
  • Other Marine Life: The strong currents around the islands bring in nutrients, attracting manta rays, and occasionally whale sharks, along with other large marine species