Scuba diving in Dangerous Reef
Dangerous Reef is a medium size, diamond shape reef. The average depth here is 6-25m/20-80ft with water visibility of 20m/65ft. The hard coral wall at this site drops down to around 22m/72ft where there is a gently sloping sandy seafloor with small coral heads. On the most southern part of the reef in around 8m/26ft of water there are a number of fissures and breaks in the reef allowing a diver to enter a small cave or a tunnel area with a sandy floor. Divers can also explore some lovely coral gardens, where large stony corals cascade down the reef and provide a shelter to a variety of marine creatures.
The Most Popular Liveaboard Fleets in Egypt:
King Snefro Fleet - catering to both, groups and individuals with 7 liveaboards in the fleet, operate in Egypt, the Red Sea
Sea Serpent Fleet - 6 liveaboards fleet, offers diving cruises in Egypt, the Red Sea
Blue Planet Liveaboards - owns and operates 4 Liveaboards in the Sudan and Egypt
When to go
All year long. Water temperature ranges from 23 to 30C/73 to 86F.
What to see
Reef, walls, corals, napoleon wrasse, morays, blue spotted rays, groupers, huge anemones, clownfish, soldierfish, squirrelfish, black-spotted butterflyfish, cuttlefish, octopus.