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  1. I want to head back to the Red Sea next Summer and am looking for places with a good house reef, unlimited shore diving and affordable diver-oriented accommodations. I have been to Marsa Shagra twice because it fits the bill perfectly but am interested to explore more Northern areas for a change. I have been in Safaga and liked the diving but that dive shop (Nemo Divers), and I believe most others, did not have real shore diving. I just found out about El Naga (http://www.sharmelnaga.com/). They are located just North and on the edge of the Safaga diving area, with unlimited shore diving packages that include two guided zodiak dives. Their house reef is supposed to be the best in the region and accommodations seem to be less basic than Marsa Shagra at similar or lower cost. I was hoping some of you have been to Sharm El Naga and can let me know how the diving and dive operation was. I hear they get tour groups from Hurghada to go snorkeling. Reviews don't mention that being a problem but again any input is appreciated. Other tips for places with unlimited Red Sea diving and a good house reef are welcome too. Bart
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