Still one of Egypt’s best-kept secrets, Zabargad Island is a jewel in The Red Sea and is the largest island in the area. It’s located in the far south of Egypt, near the border with Sudan. It has several world-class dive sites, including a wreck .

This un-inhabited island is triangular in shape, measuring 2.6km east to west, and 3km north to south. Diving at Zabargad Island is truly world class, with some stunning reefs and a mysterious wreck, which are covered by resident marine life. Plus there’s always the chance of a large pelagic shark passing with healthy reefs all around the island.

Also it’s home for Turtle nesting ground in July and August during the nesting season we have the best chance for an encounter with them.