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To anyone standing on its shore and gazing out across its heavenly waters, the Red Sea may seem to be a mislabeling. Its blueness is eternal and anything less red cannot be fantasized. The Red Sea, where the desert meets the ocean, is truly one of the planet?s most exotic and fascinating natural seascape environments. The Red Sea is located between Asia and Africa. At its most northerly point forms the Sinai Peninsula and stretches over 1000 miles south to join the Indian Ocean, between Ethiopia and Yemen. In the north and west are desert plains, while in the south a mountainous region (2642 meters high), which is part of the mountain range stretching from deep in Saudi Arabia, across the Sinai and then into Nubia of the African continent. The Red Sea holds beneath its crystal blue surface an oasis of living creatures, reefs, and coral formation. Its use as a highway between East and West has attracted man since the beginning of time.

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  1. i’ve always been tempting by learning to scuba dive and i would much rather learn in somewhere like the red sea then compared to a miserable municipal pool in some gritty english town

  2. no mate. the best thing you could do is learn before you go on holiday. i know it may not be as fun as learning out there, but it means that you will have more time to actually enjoy the proper diving

  3. Wow … great spot to visit, I will surely visit Red sea when I travel to Egypt. Thanks for sharing this useful information.

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