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Morgana Bay, an egiptian Lembeh (part two )

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Dive points like The Sinker, MFO Pipe Line or Ras Mamlah are mandatory

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And, for the last hours before the flight, Why spent the time and the money in a market? Visit the White Canyon. (5 minutes walking distance)

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Well, hope will be usefull for you. Near, cheap and new.

You can contact with them at http://www.maaganacamp.com and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/maagana.campnuweiba

They show the last critter found in front of the diving center during a night dive...

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I'll be back

 

 

 

 

 

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Looks cool, lots of things you normally don't see on the egyptian reefs! :)

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It looks pretty cool, if not actually Lembeh...

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Just spent 2 nights at the camp and can't wait to return. The camp is a back to basics resort with great diving and a warm welcome. The food menu has something for everyone and all freshly made. Sadly I am nursing an injury that prevented me from taking my camera so no photos to share. :-(

The house reef is great. Two fringing reefs separated by a bed of sea grass. Critters including a lovely pair of sea horses can be found in the sea grass, and the usual reef fish can be found along both reefs. Reef squid are in their numbers, I found a star gazer and many varieties of shrimp on a night dive..

 

Louise was trying out here new rig so a video will appear on WP very soon.

 

Planning our return trip already.

 

Stew

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