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Sudanese Red Sea (Sudan)

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The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef

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The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef

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The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef

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The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef

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The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef

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The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A small shark in the cave

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A small shark in the cave

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Jbna Reef. A turtle goes back to a hole in the reef to breathe

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Jbna Reef. A turtle goes back to a hole in the reef to breathe

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Surgeon fish on the wall of Keary Reef (left) and a Cerianthus on the reef

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Surgeon fish on the wall of Keary Reef (left) and a Cerianthus on the reef

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Seil Ada Reef. A crinoid on a red gorgonian (left) and a yellow gorgonian

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Seil Ada Reef. A crinoid on a red gorgonian (left) and a yellow gorgonian

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A crinoid on the red coral

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A crinoid on the red coral

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A big alcyonaria

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A big alcyonaria

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Large gorgonian fans on the vertical wall of Keary Reef

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Large gorgonian fans on the vertical wall of Keary Reef

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A yellow gorgonian on the coral walls of Nakalat al Qasser Reef

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A yellow gorgonian on the coral walls of Nakalat al Qasser Reef

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A yellow gorgonian on the coral walls of Nakalat al Qasser Reef

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A yellow gorgonian on the coral walls of Nakalat al Qasser Reef

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A crinoid on a yellow gorgonian

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A crinoid on a yellow gorgonian

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A large sponge and a coral wall full of gorgonians

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A large sponge and a coral wall full of gorgonians

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Jbna Reef. A large sponge

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Jbna Reef. A large sponge

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Seil’Ada Reef. The terrible fire coral which, when touched, produces wounds stinging

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Seil’Ada Reef. The terrible fire coral which, when touched, produces wounds stinging

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A garden of yellow gorgonians

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A garden of yellow gorgonians

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Multicolored coral branches on the walls of the Nakalat al Qasser Reef

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Multicolored coral branches on the walls of the Nakalat al Qasser Reef

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Whip Coral on the coral terraces of Nakalat al Qasser Reef

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Whip Coral on the coral terraces of Nakalat al Qasser Reef

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A puffer fish hiding among the red coral

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A puffer fish hiding among the red coral

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Large soft coral bushes lining the walls of the Seil Ada Reef

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Large soft coral bushes lining the walls of the Seil Ada Reef

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Seil Ada Reef. A Crown starfish (Acanthaster planci), one of the most fearsome devourers of corals

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Seil Ada Reef. A Crown starfish (Acanthaster planci), one of the most fearsome devourers of corals

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Jbna Reef. Carpets of corals cover the rocks of the reef

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Jbna Reef. Carpets of corals cover the rocks of the reef

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Sha ab Ambar Reef. A large group of coral grapes

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Sha ab Ambar Reef. A large group of coral grapes

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Amenome and clown fish. Sha ab Ambar Reef

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Amenome and clown fish. Sha ab Ambar Reef

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Keary Reef. A group of surgeon fish

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Keary Reef. A group of surgeon fish

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Keary Reef. A Lyretail grouper under a coral umbrella

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Keary Reef. A Lyretail grouper under a coral umbrella

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Keary Reef. Small Adudefduf vaigiensis between the clefts of the reef

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Keary Reef. Small Adudefduf vaigiensis between the clefts of the reef

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A Caranx melampygus during the hunting on the reef

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Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A Caranx melampygus during the hunting on the reef

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Points of diving

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Points of diving

The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef
The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef
The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef
The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef
The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef
The caves of Sha ab Jbna Reef
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A small shark in the cave
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A small shark in the cave
Jbna Reef. A turtle goes back to a hole in the reef to breathe
Jbna Reef. A turtle goes back to a hole in the reef to breathe
Surgeon fish on the wall of Keary Reef (left) and a Cerianthus on the reef
Surgeon fish on the wall of Keary Reef (left) and a Cerianthus on the reef
Seil Ada Reef. A crinoid on a red gorgonian (left) and a yellow gorgonian
Seil Ada Reef. A crinoid on a red gorgonian (left) and a yellow gorgonian
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A crinoid on the red coral
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A crinoid on the red coral
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A big alcyonaria
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A big alcyonaria
Large gorgonian fans on the vertical wall of Keary Reef
Large gorgonian fans on the vertical wall of Keary Reef
A yellow gorgonian on the coral walls of Nakalat al Qasser Reef
A yellow gorgonian on the coral walls of Nakalat al Qasser Reef
A yellow gorgonian on the coral walls of Nakalat al Qasser Reef
A yellow gorgonian on the coral walls of Nakalat al Qasser Reef
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A crinoid on a yellow gorgonian
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A crinoid on a yellow gorgonian
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A large sponge and a coral wall full of gorgonians
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A large sponge and a coral wall full of gorgonians
Jbna Reef. A large sponge
Jbna Reef. A large sponge
Seil’Ada Reef. The terrible fire coral which, when touched, produces wounds stinging
Seil’Ada Reef. The terrible fire coral which, when touched, produces wounds stinging
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A garden of yellow gorgonians
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A garden of yellow gorgonians
Multicolored coral branches on the walls of the Nakalat al Qasser Reef
Multicolored coral branches on the walls of the Nakalat al Qasser Reef
Whip Coral on the coral terraces of Nakalat al Qasser Reef
Whip Coral on the coral terraces of Nakalat al Qasser Reef
A puffer fish hiding among the red coral
A puffer fish hiding among the red coral
Large soft coral bushes lining the walls of the Seil Ada Reef
Large soft coral bushes lining the walls of the Seil Ada Reef
Seil Ada Reef. A Crown starfish (Acanthaster planci), one of the most fearsome devourers of corals
Seil Ada Reef. A Crown starfish (Acanthaster planci), one of the most fearsome devourers of corals
Jbna Reef. Carpets of corals cover the rocks of the reef
Jbna Reef. Carpets of corals cover the rocks of the reef
Sha ab Ambar Reef. A large group of coral grapes
Sha ab Ambar Reef. A large group of coral grapes
Amenome and clown fish. Sha ab Ambar Reef
Amenome and clown fish. Sha ab Ambar Reef
Keary Reef. A group of surgeon fish
Keary Reef. A group of surgeon fish
Keary Reef. A Lyretail grouper under a coral umbrella
Keary Reef. A Lyretail grouper under a coral umbrella
Keary Reef. Small Adudefduf vaigiensis between the clefts of the reef
Keary Reef. Small Adudefduf vaigiensis between the clefts of the reef
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A Caranx melampygus during the hunting on the reef
Nakalat al Qasser Reef. A Caranx melampygus during the hunting on the reef
Points of diving
Points of diving

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Sudan - Travel - Back to index
By: Carlo Piccinelli ID: 34

The dive sites on Google Maps.
A Cruising around the reefs navigating along the southern coast of Sudan.
An unforgettable journey to discover dive sites still little known and frequented by divers who frequent the Red Sea.
Thanks to the cruise boats equipped for diving, is possible to visit the underwater caves of Jbna Reef or dive along the vertical rock walls of the Nakalat al Qasser Reef observing large gorgonians or discover the many varieties of coral and fish that swim around Seil'Ada or Sha'ab Ambar Reef.
A journey for lovers of the sea and diving.
More informations:
www.albatrostopboat.com
www.felicidad.it
Carlo Piccinelli has recently published a guide to scuba diving in Sudan (in Italian), available by requesting it directly on www.wtreportage.net (section Contact Us) or requesting to the Publishing house, www.magenes.it