El Fanadir

2 kilometer long reef north of Hurghada

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El Fanadir "dacht": 27° 17' 8.41" N, 33° 49' 53.45" E
El Fanadir "foc": 27° 17' 44.18" N, 33° 49' 51.29" E
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Data & Description

Rating¹:
better

Difficulty²:
beginner

Alternative names for this dive spot:
El Fanadir dacht, El Fanadir foc, El Fanadir tacht, El Fanadic foq, Al Fanadir, Al Fanadir dacht, Al Fanadir foc, Al Fanadir tacht, Al Fanadir foq

Position:
north of Hurghada at El Fanadir Island

Minimum depth:
3 meters

Maximum depth:
25 meters

Current:
little from north-east

Local dive center:
James & Mac

Weather:

WetterOnline
Das Wetter für
Hurghada

 

Description dive spot:
The north and east side of the 2 kilometer long reef with a sandy drop-off and some small pools on the reef ceiling is interesting in contrast to the flat western side.
Very large fish variety, many juvenile fish, lionfish, scorpionfish, little big fish.

Contributed by:
Martin Sebald, Alexander Schönleber

Last content update:
2009/01/05

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¹ Dive site rating: The rating is a five star rating ("poor" to "outstanding") and based on the dive site itself and on the comparison of all dive sites in the area. It also reflects the personal opinion and preference of the contributor.
² Dive site difficulty: The difficulty rating is a five star rating ("beginner" to "technical diver") and based on the personal opinion of the contributor and maybe also on the experience the contributor had when diving this site. We take absolutly no responsibility for diving accidents or anything else. Please always be a safe diver and dive your level of experience and please also be aware of local laws and regulations there might be.

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