OF THE RED SEA
since Jacques Cousteau explored its waters four decades ago, the Red Sea
has attracted and amazed divers from all around the world. Nowhere are
there coral walls and gardens more brilliantly abundant, waters more crystalline,
or underwater life more varied and plentiful. Along the southern and eastern
shores of the Sinai astounding sites are scattered like pearls for the
hundred of miles, from holes north of Dahab to celebrated walls
and the truly unmatched splendour of Ras Mohammed's lush underwater beds.