Three Pools Dahab Egypt tours, booking, prices, reviews
Three Pools Dahab diving site located south of Dahab, Egypt. In fact, the Three Pools houses three natural pools with sandy bottom. Moreover, the site is between 3 – 4 meter and aligned next to each other. The diving site site can be tricky at low tide. So, it is the best to start the dive at high tide. In fact, the high tide will let you pass through one pool to another easier. After you explore the third pool which is the biggest one in the site, exit into open water. Once you are out into open water, you will find a hard coral slope with massive pore corals. Moreover, you will also find small pinnacles between salad coral and brain corals.
Go and descend to depth of 15 – 20 meters starting anti clockwise circle at sandy plateau. At the Three Pools Dahab, just keep the reef on your left. And then, end the dive by coming back to your starting point. If the sea conditions and available remaining air permit, continue up to Moray Garden as a drift. In fact, the regular visitors to the diving site include lion-fish and barracudas. Moreover, the crocodile fish, scorpion fish, and octopuses visit the site too. From time to time, the divers spot a resident turtle patrolling in the coral alley. The Three Pools in Dahab indeed is one of the most beautiful diving sites all over the world. In fact, Dahab is a small town which situated on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. The city is one of the Sinai’s most treasured diving destinations. Moreover, the town located about 80 km northeast of Sharm El Sheikh.
The Three Pools Dahab diving site facts:
Location: South Dahab, 28°26.139 N; 34°27.481 E.
Description: Reef / shore dive.
Depth: 20 meters (65 feet).
Visibility: 30 – 40 meters (100 – 130 feet).