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The brothers are two peaks, emerging from the waters opposite the Red Sea coastal town of El Qusier. They are rocky siblings, known as the Brothers Islands. The brothers are separated by 800 meters but they interlinked underwater.The bigger peak has a lighthouse were the Numidia went down.
The Brothers Islands are out in the open so they are bound to attract pelagic fish. An open sea is also guarantee for coral growth because of the generated oxygen. What we see here are mountain corals, broccoli coral and giant gorgonians. As for your daily dose of liveaboard fish, expect to see the emperor angelfish, orange striped triggerfish, lyretail anthias, moon wrasses, eyeshadow cardinalfish, red mouth grouper and damselfish.
Sometimes oceanic white tip sharks lurk around the corner, as do tresher sharks and hammerheads. It’s not uncommon to encounter sea turtles. They will allow you to approach quite closely, fearless as they are.
Daedalus, also known as Abu Kizan, is a preserved marine park. It’s isolated and remote and respected for its strong currents. Therefore, diving the Daedalus is a challenge. You certainly won’t be disappointed by the fantastic display of fire corals, brain corals, leafy corals, raspberry corals and spiny row corals. One can descend to depths of 30 meters.
Daedalus attracts pelagic passages from barracuda, dogtooth tuna, jacks, sea turtles, black tip reef sharks, oceanic white tip sharks, hammerheads and grey tip reef sharks.
Daedalus is the residence of the clownfish, living in symbiosis with anemones. It is also a stomping ground for twin spot snappers, blue cheeked butterflyfish, schools of surgeonfish, fusiliers, bigeye trevallies, moray eels, manta rays and the majestic napoleon wrasse.
Elphinstone conjures up visions of a mountain in the ocean. It is a testing site to practice your buoyancy control. The Elphinstone Reef is the place to be to encounter sharks, in particular the large oceanic white tip and shoals of hammerhead sharks.
The reef is a residence for tuna, blue lunar fusiliers, jacks, napoleon wrasse, black snappers and barracuda, spying from a distance. Coral adepts will not be disappointed at Elphinstone Reef. Its impressive walls are layered in soft corals of all variety and sizes, like black corals, wire corals and gorgonians.