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    Top in the Red Sea – Brother Islands

    Talking about El-Akhawein, publicly known as Brother Islands in the Red Sea, you will forget the beauty of the words but focus on emotions. Diving is like meditation to some and to others it’s the reason to live. Nothing can stand with feelings and impressions that Egypt liveaboard diving vacation gives to diving enthusiasts. Located 150 km south-east of Hurghada and 125 km North of Marsa Alam, this top diving destination can only be accessed by Liveaboards in the Red Sea with a pleasant temperature of water all year round is Brother Islands.

     

    Highlights

     

    Formed by volcanic eruptions, Brother Islands offer a combination of wreck and wall diving together with beauty of living species. Walls are covered with corals while the younger adds up a huge amount of fish. You will be also surprised by different shark species including Oceanic White tip, Grey silvertip, hammerhead and thresher. Unquestionably these two brothers are the most prestigious sites for dive lovers in the Red Sea.

    Diving Sites

    Some of the Best dive sites of the destination are The Numida, The Aida, Big Brother, Little Brother.

     

    The Numida

    The wreck is broadly known to satisfy even the most experienced scuba divers. The Numida was a historical British Wooden cargo ship that sank back in 1901. This 130 meter long piece is beautified by corals covering it all along. This colourful wreck is surely a delight to watch.

     

    The Aida

    A 75 meter transport colourfully ornamented by schools of fish giving divers a leap of joy just at a deep sank of 30 to 60 meters near Big Brother Island.

     

    Big Brother

    This is the most thrilling experience in the Red Sea because of the number of shark species right beside you. The Big Brother is surely the right spot to make you meet face to face with sharks.

     

    Little Brother

    Liveaboard Diving trip would not be complete without this spot and its natural beauty. Frequent sighting of sharks, presence of reef slopes, soft and hard corals’ ornamented walls plus the schools of fish, who would want to miss this?

    Diving Season

    Red Sea is year-long diving destination. Temperature ranging from 23-30 degree centigrade. The coldest temperature however can be reached in February and this is less comfortable time to dive. The water can be at 19 C, followed by strong currents and wind.

     

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    Courtesy of Divebooker “Diving at Brother Islands, Red Sea

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