"Amazing" is the word most frequently uttered this... surprising week. This week we made the most beautiful dives from the beginning of this season. We sighted sharks, even hammer head between 25 and 30 meters and this is "amazing": a reasonable depth and really much lower than in the past. A real joy.
The route was a classic, with boarding and disembarking in Port Sudan: Umbria, Sanganeb, Sha'ab Rumi, Qita el Banna and Shambaia with Angarosh,
Abington and Merlo. The super diving sites and the more fascinating sightings have been: the hammer sharks at Angarosh, school of barracuda of the south plateau at Sanganeb, and memorable for each of the dives, Sha'ab Rumi.The plateau of Sha'ab Rumi has earned 4 repetitive dives for the quantity and variety of wonderful fish and sharks. Gray sharks, quiet, almost curious, more than a dozen, have swam on the plateau, the hammer sharks have made extensive passage always on the edge of the plateau, giving remarkable excitement to our guests, about thirty metres deep, then, as we have said many times, there was the rest of the world: shoals of jack fish more or less dense, croaker, snapper and surgeons. Solitary barracuda and grouper, and everywhere, even slightly detached from the wall, clouds of Anthias .
"Amazing" our friends continued to repeat, boarding the dinghy, and starting their way back to the the airport to return to Europe, at home. All were very happy, but to tell the truth even a little sad like when from a trip and from a dream you return ... inevitably and unavoidably ..... to reality.