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Paradise

(27°51.349' N, 34°19.158' E)

 

Paradise - described best as a garden of abstract sculptures - fully decorated coral heads rising from a gentle slope, housing schools of glassfish against a colourful background.

 

A wide range of hard species like table corals complements a very good density of soft corals. The quality of coral at this site is among the finest in the area. On sandy parts look out for crocodile fish and blue spotted stingrays.

 

With a strong current it is possible to drift from the north end of Paradise almost to the point of Ras Um Sid where you can meet jacks and barracudas.