Abu Ramada is an island situated to the south of Giftun National Park and it is about 60 to 90 minutes away from Hurghada by boat.

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Abu Ramada is an island situated to the south of Giftun National Park and it is about 60 to 90 minutes away from Hurghada by boat.

The Abu Ramada dive site offers 3 beautiful dives.

Erg Abu Ramada

It is located on the south-eastern side of Abu Ramada Island. At this dive site, you will find a lot of pinnacles, close together and forming a line, on a sandy plateau at a depth of 18 meters.

The biggest pinnacle is fully inhabited with glassfish and lionfish. All pinnacles are covered with pretty gorgonians.

As marine life, you will find schools of groupers, barracudas, tunas, and Napoleons. Erg Abu Ramada is suitable for all levels of divers.

Abu Ramada South

It is situated at the southern side of Abu Ramada Island. It is a popular dive site and it is sheltered.

In this area, there is also a caveat about 20 meters depth, where you can spot a sea star, an octopus or lionfish.

South-west of the reef you will find a steep drop off with pinnacles where moray eels and sweetlips are permanent residents.

At the west side of Abu Ramada South, you can go through a nice coral garden where you may encounter turtles. There is a long coral formation with on the other side an amazing marine life, such as lionfish and Glassfish. There is even an eel garden. Morays, blue spotted stingrays and Napoleons are regularly passing by. On the way back to the boat, you will go over beautiful coral blocks where you may find crocodile fish or a school of goatfish.

Abu Ramada North

This is mostly done as a drift dive, due to the rough sea conditions. But if the current is good, it can be done as a normal dive. It is also called “The Aquarium” due to the enormous marine life you can encounter at this side of the reef.

It starts on a beautiful plateau, heading towards a sheer bottomless drop-off.

The wall is covered with gorgonians and soft corals. Into the blue, you can spot barracudas, tuna, jacks and from time to time even eagle rays and reef sharks.

Abu Ramada Island is just a wonderful dive site with lots of possibilities for diving or even snorkeling.

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