This area forms the peninsula on the Southern tip of the Sinai and is unique with its vertical reefs heading down from the surface into incredibly deep waters. This area is the spot where the waters of the Gulf of Aqaba and the Gulf of Suez meet with the main body of the Red Sea, as such the currents here are un-predictable and can be extremely strong. Whilst this may be daunting for the novice diver, our experienced guides can lead divers on some exhilarating drift dives.
Under the jurisdiction of the National Park Authority, conservation is taken very seriously in this area and the abundant varieties of fish and coral make the admission fee worth every cent!
Shark and Yolanda Reef is a very popular site which sits right on the Southern tip of the Park, experienced and worldly divers have often described it as one of the top 10 dive sites in the world.
If you are able to cope with the summer heat (remember we are fully air conditioned) this site is spectacular from mid June to mid August when fish are schooling in large groups out in the blue. As you swim along this amazing reef your jaw will simply drop as you marvel at the scene which has dazzled divers for decades.