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Diving at dive site Three Pools near the Oasis
|Name Dive Site:||Three Pools, South Oasis|
|Depth: ||10-20m (32-65ft)|
|Visibility: ||20-40m (65-131ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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Just a little bit south of Dahab lies the dive site named Three Pools. It consists of three shallow pools formed into the reef with seagrass and sand not deeper than four meters. Crocodile fish, scorpionfish and octopuses try to hide out in the sand. It is not only interesting inside these pools but some spectacular hard coral formations and interesting marine life can be found outside as well.
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Three sandy pools, often referred to as South Oasis, interconnected by saddles of coral form the entry and exit point for this dive. Outside of the third pool a young resident napoleon fish might catch your eye just before you descend to the deepest point of the dive by following a sandy alley with brain corals, pipe corals and salad corals along the sides. The alley brings you to a coral garden with pinnacles. A resident turtle often patrols the area. The later part of the dive is a shallow area where sand and coral blocks seem to compete to catch a bit of sun, showing wonderful red coloured details. Crocodilefish and scorpionfish try to hide in the sandy parts, while octopuses blend in wherever they go, but divers with an eye for detail will spot them for sure.
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