Daedalus Reef is the furthest reef from the Red Sea coast, is a large oval reef with a lighthouse. Its deep walls and slopes offer some of the most spectacular diving in the Red Sea, it has very well preserved soft coral and hard coral formations, there is also a great possibility of finding hammerhead sharks, reef sharks and oceanic white-tip sharks.
Further south there are the spectacular ledges and deep walls of the Rocky Island and the abundance of soft coral and spectacular coral pinnacles at Zabargad. The island is a wonderful dive site offering wall diving, a wreck and shallow areas with dozens of coral towers. A large number of tropical groupers live here, which are easily spotted and can be photographed. At night we can find octopuses, crustaceans and nudibranchs that emerge through the coral caves.