Scariest Diving Spots
Blue Hole Egypt Sharm El Sheikh, the most beautiful and scariest diving Spots in the world.
It is located in the southeast of Sinai, a few kilometers north of Dahab, Egypt.
The Blue Hole, the Blue Hole, or the Blue Hole, which is also known as the Garden of Bones, because of the many who died in it. Everywhere just to challenge those who can dive in and out.
Blue Hole is a small underwater street between coral reefs
The blue hole is a deep waterway in the form of a pit 90 meters long, 100 meters deep and 50 meters in diameter, similar to a small street and is found in the middle of coral reefs covered with water and does not move away from the shore except by a very small distance, so that divers can reach it either on foot or by swimming for a very short distance, which is It is very popular with divers due to its wonderful coral formations and very large numbers of fish and aquatic life.
How did the blue hole founded ?
It is rumored that this crater was formed long ago as a result of a comet colliding with the earth, so that gap occurred over time and the most beautiful and most wonderful landscapes of coral reefs and marine creatures were formed in which they encouraged to dive into it.
The crater is world famous as the coolest place for diving, but its fame increased and became known as the most dangerous as it has lost about 130 people over the past 15 years in an attempt to explore the pit, and some even call it the cemetery of divers.
Among those who lost some of the pioneers of deep diving (Dave Shaw – Chick Axley) and many others who wrote books and references in deep diving and cave diving, there is a group of evidence near the hole near the hole.
The beauty and splendor of the crater captures the heart of the divers
The pit is filled with aquatic life, including the splendor of the coral reefs, its fanatic shapes, the colorful fish, the beautiful eel fish, and dozens and dozens of species of fish that reproduce in it, the magnificent beauty, and the tunnel linked to the sea known as the arch is what encourages divers to explore and search inside to discover the mystery surrounding them.