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Port Safaga/ Bur Safaga on the Coast of the Red Sea

Port Safaga/ Bur Safaga on the Coast of the Red Sea Safaga has numerous diving sites which are accessible to everyone, thanks to the excellent visibility and generally weak currents which characterise the local waters. Rich and colourful fauna abound in the sumptuous coral gardens, especially at Ras Abu Soma and Sha’ab Tobia. From Tobia Arbaa to the mythical spot at Panorama Reef, passing through...

Hurghada, Red Sea

marmaid (statue in Sakalla) - symbol of Hurghada, Red sea About Hurghada Founded in the early 20th century, Hurghada has gone on to become the foremost tourist resort of the Red Sea coast and an international center for aquatic sports. if it takes place in or on the water you can do it here: windsurfing, sailing deep-sea fishing, swimming, but, above all, snorkeling and diving. The unique underwater...

Fishing in Kenya

Kenya is renowned for it's big game fishing, six deep sea world records have been won on its Indian Ocean coast. Mountain streams teem with rainbow trout and the Northern Lakes are home to Nile Perch. Fishing Sites There are various Lakes, Rivers and Dams rich in trout, bass, nile perch, tiger fish, bonite, dorado (dolphine), yellowfish, sailfish...

Fishing in Namibia

Namibian coastal waters are considered some of the world's richest in terms of fish. Catches range from anchovy, pilchard to mackerel. Limited offshore fishing rights have caused problems in the past, prompting the authorities to declare a 200 nautical mile exclusive economic zone to make local fisheries competitive. Each year, the waters off the...

Fishing in Malawi

Lake Malawi Fish New species of fish are discovered in Lake Malawi every year, adding to the more than 500 species - 95 percent of which are endemic are found in the lake- that have already been identified. The great majority are brilliant coloured tropical aquarium fish belonging to the cichlidae family that includes utaka which form huge shoals...