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 The Seven Pilars

Egypt, Safaga

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 26° 50.205' N
Longitude: 33° 59.485' E

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English (Translate this text in English): This site is located NNE from Safaga, just before Ras Abu Soma.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is located NNE from Safaga, just before Ras Abu Soma.

This site is located NNE from Safaga, just before Ras Abu Soma.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is located NNE from Safaga, just before Ras Abu Soma.

site est situé N.NE. de Safaga, juste avant Ras Abu Soma.
Facile à trouver c'est une des première plongée faite au départ de Safaga et du Mènaville ( hôtel bien connu des plongeurs)
Plongée de réadaptation en toute sécurité car le fond est limité à 20m

English (Translate this text in English): This site is located NNE from Safaga, just before Ras Abu Soma.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is located NNE from Safaga, just before Ras Abu Soma.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is located NNE from Safaga, just before Ras Abu Soma.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is located NNE from Safaga, just before Ras Abu Soma.

How? By boat

Distance Short boat time (< 10min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Tobia Arba, The Seven Pinnacles

Average depth 12.0 m / 39.4 ft

Max depth 20.0 m / 65.6 ft

Current None

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Reef
- Ambiance

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- Orientation
- Photography

Dangers

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): This is one on the greatest dive site of Safaga. In a single dive, you can visit the seven pilars (huge coral structure on a sandy floor), between 12 and 18m deep.

The last west pilar hosts may lionfishes. Take care of them on night dive, they use your light beam to hunt !

Early divers may see turtle which lives there. Dive best before lunch. Many snorkler boats turn up later in the day.

English (Translate this text in English): This is one on the greatest dive site of Safaga. In a single dive, you can visit the seven pilars (huge coral structure on a sandy floor), between 12 and 18m deep.

The last west pilar hosts may lionfishes. Take care of them on night dive, they use your light beam to hunt !

Early divers may see turtle which lives there. Dive best before lunch. Many snorkler boats turn up later in the day.

This is one on the greatest dive site of Safaga. In a single dive, you can visit the seven pilars (huge coral structure on a sandy floor), between 12 and 18m deep.

The last west pilar hosts may lionfishes. Take care of them on night dive, they use your light beam to hunt !

Early divers may see turtle which lives there. Dive best before lunch. Many snorkler boats turn up later in the day.

English (Translate this text in English): This is one on the greatest dive site of Safaga. In a single dive, you can visit the seven pilars (huge coral structure on a sandy floor), between 12 and 18m deep.

The last west pilar hosts may lionfishes. Take care of them on night dive, they use your light beam to hunt !

Early divers may see turtle which lives there. Dive best before lunch. Many snorkler boats turn up later in the day.

Le plus grand site de plongée de Safaga. En une seule plongée, vous pouvez visiter les sept piliers (énorme structure de corail sur un sol sableux), entre 12 et 18m de profondeur. Le but du jeux est de passer de l'un à l'autre pilier sans se perdre et rentrer au bateau, c'est un chalenge d'orientation!! En réalité il y a 8 patates de corail!!
Il y a des poissons lions. Prenez soin d'eux durant une plongée de nuit, ils utilisent votre faisceau de lumière pour chasser!

Les premiers plongeurs peuvent voir des tortues qui y vivent. Plongez de préférence avant le déjeuner. Beaucoup de bateaux amènent des plongeurs pour faire du P.M.T. et tournent jusqu'à tard dans la journée. de nombreux bateaux(voir google)mais le site est très vaste
Une excellente plongée de réadaptation avec une excellente luminosité

English (Translate this text in English): This is one on the greatest dive site of Safaga. In a single dive, you can visit the seven pilars (huge coral structure on a sandy floor), between 12 and 18m deep.

The last west pilar hosts may lionfishes. Take care of them on night dive, they use your light beam to hunt !

Early divers may see turtle which lives there. Dive best before lunch. Many snorkler boats turn up later in the day.

English (Translate this text in English): This is one on the greatest dive site of Safaga. In a single dive, you can visit the seven pilars (huge coral structure on a sandy floor), between 12 and 18m deep.

The last west pilar hosts may lionfishes. Take care of them on night dive, they use your light beam to hunt !

Early divers may see turtle which lives there. Dive best before lunch. Many snorkler boats turn up later in the day.

English (Translate this text in English): This is one on the greatest dive site of Safaga. In a single dive, you can visit the seven pilars (huge coral structure on a sandy floor), between 12 and 18m deep.

The last west pilar hosts may lionfishes. Take care of them on night dive, they use your light beam to hunt !

Early divers may see turtle which lives there. Dive best before lunch. Many snorkler boats turn up later in the day.

English (Translate this text in English): This is one on the greatest dive site of Safaga. In a single dive, you can visit the seven pilars (huge coral structure on a sandy floor), between 12 and 18m deep.

The last west pilar hosts may lionfishes. Take care of them on night dive, they use your light beam to hunt !

Early divers may see turtle which lives there. Dive best before lunch. Many snorkler boats turn up later in the day.

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The Seven Pilars
By chasty
Nov 22, 2017
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The Seven Pilars
By skilled_fingers
Jan 20, 2016
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The Seven Pilars
By erikvl
Jun 11, 2011
Nacht -
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The Seven Pilars
By erikvl
Jun 17, 2010
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The Seven Pilars
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Jun 17, 2010
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Trip: Clubsafari 2017
By chasty
From Nov 18, 2017 to Nov 25, 2017
Andreas Hofer Rudolf Kelinrath Roman Schneider Michael Sombori Mario Reisner Dieter Reisner Günter Lehner Alfred Mannen Günter Schwarz Werner Kapfenberger Ulrich Lielacher Günter Vorwerk Fritz Werdenik 
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Trip: Duikvakantie 2011
By erikvl
From Jun 7, 2011 to Jun 14, 2011
Duikvakantie naar Safaga met Go DiveXperience
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Trip: Duikvakantie 2010
By erikvl
From Jun 15, 2010 to Jun 23, 2010
Duikvakavtie GDX 2010 Safaga - egypt
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Trip: Safaga- Ménaville
By DenisT
From Jun 12, 2004 to Jun 19, 2004

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Trip: Safaga
By DenisT
From Jun 25, 1994 to Jul 2, 1994

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