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Diving at one of the dive sites in Ras Mumlach, Abu Galum National Park
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Ras Mumlach is the most northern dive site in the Abu Galum National Park, reachable from Nuweiba in an hour by jeep safari, which is spectacular as well if you like deserts. There are very nice pieces of fan coral, table corals, soft corals, but also fish such as turtles, napoleons, groupers and many species of reef fish. Bigger fish such as barracudas and jacks pass by in the blue of the Gulf of Aqaba. Further more it has ravines, walls, caves, hills and chimneys, which suit all level of divers. Technical divers will have fun on stunning deep walls and at a coralised plateau at 50 meters deep. You can also book 2-3 day safaris to Ras Mumlah Camp.
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