Small Brother lies one-kilometer (0.6 miles) south from the Big Brother
Deep walls surround the island on all sides except the northern point, where the reef slopes very slowly away from the island before dropping to a deep plateau at 40m. This plateau is one of the best places in the Red Sea for diving with sharks (Silvertips, Grey Reef, Thresher and Hammerhead sharks)
Reef walls covered with black corals, gorgonian fans, hard and soft corals covering the spectrum of colors.
Lighthouse built by the British in 1883
In 2012, CNN ranked Big Brother 9th in a list of the world’s 50 best dive sites, and second in the Red Sea
The dive site featuring corals and two wrecks: Numidia and Aida. The site also famed for encounters with Oceanic Whitetip, Grey Reef, Hammerhead Sharks and Manta rays
The Aida Wreck: A transport Italian supply ship is 75 meters long. It sank in 1957 and now can be found at a range of 30 to 60 meters deep.
The Numidia Wreck: Sank in 1901. This was a British wooden cargo ship It is 130 meters long. Whatever framework is left of the ship is now covered in gorgeous corals, and the reef that has been created here over the years is now full of life. Depths range from 8 to 90 meters.
House of Hammerhead sharks
Located 90 kilometers from Marsa Alam
It’s lighthouse constructed in 1863 and rebuilt in 1931
A huge reef rises from the sea bed in the middle of the Red Sea. It features pristine hard and superb soft corals and fabulous marine life, school of hammerheads and other various species of sharks such as, Oceanic White tip, Grey reef and Thresher sharks, as well large pelagic fish such as manta rays, trevally and tuna.
Located 12 km offshore and about 30 km from Marsa Alam,
The dive site famous for its wonderful drift dives along the deep reef wall, the corals are great and unspoiled
Elphinstone reef is also famous for diving with Oceanic Whitetip Sharks, while Manta Rays, Dolphins, Turtles are often spotted as well, In addition there are plenty of pelagic fishes such as trevallies, Barracudas and Tunas.
At the right season Hammerhead Sharks are spotted at the North Plateau, while the south plateau features a garden of soft corals and at the south end is an archway. It's deep - 65 m -