Pharaohs of the Sedge & Bee
Naga is a very popular diving and snorkeling site. Many come here just to spend the day swimming in the crystal clear water of the Red Sea, and sunbathing at the beach. The reef’s most shallow parts are only 4 meters deep, and they’re packed full of healthy and beautiful fire and fan corals.
Wall Divers Paradise
Also known as Abu Qifan, it is one of the most favorite diving sites among divers in Safaga. The reef is a blessing for wall divers, as it offers a descent of 300 metres. While down there, you are most likely to spot anthias, jacks, tunas, barracudas, reef sharks and hammerheads.
Gigantic Statues of Amenhotep III
Ras Umm Hesiwa is in fact a gently sloping sandy plateau, covered with beautiful hard corals, including gigantic acropora table corals and boulder corals, offering shelter to moray eels; It is very attractive to sharks, such as sleeping white tips and thresher sharks.