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Temple and The Gardens, Sharm El Sheikh

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The Temple dive site is a flat reef sloping to the sea bed with several pinnacles poking out of it which fish radiate to. The reef walls drips around 15 metres below. You get what you’re expecting to see in the Red Sea, bright orange anthias and the possibility of an octopus. Suited to beginners because the shape of the coast keeps the wind away and the waters relatively calm, keep your bearings though, the terrain is quite similar. The Gardens site is in three parts of gardens, the farthest one is the most colourful and has the largest fish population. Blue spotted stingrays a highlight in the evening, reef sharks in the day.

Written by  Jazmine Altha .

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