سنقنيب سحر الطبيعة

سنقنيب سحر الطبيعة
سنقنيب جزيرة تابعة لولاية البحر الأحمر وهي عبارة عن محمية بحرية تقع على مقربة من مدينة بورتسودان في المياه الإقليمية السودانية داخل البحر الأحمر. وهي المحمية البحرية الأولى في السودان. تتميز المحمية بوجود الشعب المرجانية وما يصاحبها من وجود نباتي وحيواني من أسماك وأحياء بحرية أخرى. تقرر أن تصبح محمية كان بقرار تاريخه
سنقنيب سحر الطبيعة السودانية
سنقنيب سحر الطبيعة السودانية

Sanganeb Island is located in the Red Sea, where it extends from the north to the south, and its length reaches six kilometers, while its width is two kilometers, and it is located near the city of Port Sudan in the Sudanese territorial waters. Sudan by the World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization as a World Heritage.[1] Sanganib Island Sanctuary Sanganib Island is the first national marine reserve since 1990 AD, in addition to being the only atoll in the Red Sea, and is characterized by its coral reefs. The reefs of the reserve rise from the sea floor to about 800 meters,[2] and the temperatures vary between the surface of the island and its depth; This makes it one of the fun areas to practice scuba diving.[3] Features of Sanganeb Island Sanganeb Island has many advantages, as follows:[2] It is one of the best places for photography in the world; Because of the purity of its water. It is famous for its rich marine life and wonderful scenery, as it is home to more than 300 different species of fish, including rare fish, such as: sharks, dolphins, sea turtles, and other types of invertebrates. It is an amazing and wonderful place for coral reefs that are found in the deep waters within the central region of the Red Sea, containing more than 124 types of coral reefs of beautiful and varied colors. The island has been an important place for marine biologists since the 1970s. contain a lighthouse; To guide ships, it is located 25 km east of Port Sudan port.[3] On the island is the Imperia ship, which sank in 1937 AD in the Red Sea, and it is noteworthy that coral reefs have started building around the ship since that time.[3] Sanganeb Island is classified according to By world standards, it is a small island, with a shallow flat coral reef area of ​​about 2 square kilometers, and a closed bay area of ​​about 4.6 square kilometers.
 
 
 
 
This video was made during a live aboard in the Red Sea of Sudan with Red Sea Explorers.
 
During the nine days of diving we visited the following dive site’s:
 
– Shaab Ambar
– Protector Reef
– Karam Masamirit
– Ed Domesh
– Habili gab Miyum 1
– Dahrat Abid
– Habili gab Miyum 2
– Dahrat Qab
– Tamarsha
– Pinnacolo
– Shaab Jumna
– Saganeb
– Shaab Rumi
– Umbria
 
We made 25 dives, 21 with sharks & 13 with hammerhead sharks en 2 Wreck dives.

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