The Blue Hole in Dahab is a famous diving site located on the coast of the Red Sea in Egypt. It is a large underwater sinkhole with a depth of over 100 meters, and it is known for its crystal clear waters along with diverse and colorful marine life like reef sharks and sea turtles. The Blue Hole in Dahab is a popular destination for experienced divers, as it presents certain risks and challenges, including strong currents and the depth of the dive and unique geological features, and the variety of marine life that can be found within them.
The area around the Blue Hole is also famous for its desert landscapes and relaxed atmosphere. This Blue Hole is a type of underwater sinkhole or vertical cave that is characterized by its deep blue color and often clear water. They are typically formed by the erosion of limestone or other soluble rocks.
Abu Galum, Qesm Saint Katrin, Dahab 46617 Egypt