Rødehavet

Djibuti

Hval hai - i perioden oktober til slutten av januar er Djibouti hjemmet til mange hvilende hval haier. Disse utrolige dyrene er er den største fisken som finnes i sjøen og er kjent for å holde til i bestemte områder rundt om i verden til bestemte tider av året. 

 

The reasons for these seemingly mystical congregation is slowly being revealed as scientists discover more about these unique creatures. Djibouti’s Gulf of Tadjourah seems to host a safe confined nursery for juvenile whale sharks with its rich plankton filled waters making the perfect feeding ground. In season sightings are almost a certainty and in these waters you may even be luck enough to see them ‘ram-feeding’, a sight rarely seen elsewhere.The whale sharks are generally observed whilst snorkeling making this trip ideal for both divers and non divers alike.

Seven Brothers

Starting from the end of February until the end of June we will let you discover the mythical site of the 7 Brothers, with an incredible abundance of fish and pelagics.

These seven isolated islands sit off the coast of Djibouti offering a hub for an abundance of life. The coral life, that lies on gently sloping plateaus surrounding the islands has been said to be the single richest area for coral in the whole Arabian Peninsula. The visibility can reach 40 meters though at times plankton blooms can reduce the vis to 10 meters.

These rich waters attract a mixture of both Red Sea and Indian Ocean species from Red Sea anemone fish to oriental sweet lips and honeycomb morays. Friendly pods of bottlenose and spinner dolphin hang out in the waters between the islands and there is always a good chance of seeing Mobulas rays feeding in the plankton rich water. Reef Sharks have also been spotted in the area. Strong currents are common so this trip is recommended for advanced divers.

 

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