- Kadman Island
- Tiqfash Island
- Six foot rocks
- Merlin Shoal
- Uqban Island
The Southern Farasan Bank stretches South from Saudi Arabia into the Northern Waters of Yemeni Red-Sea. These low lying sandy uninhabited islands, which include Mayun, Tiqfash, Kadman moving Southwards to Uqban and Kamaran are all within comfortable cruising of each other. Here you will find wonderful white sandy beaches where you can enjoy your time swimming and snorkeling.
- Quoin Rock * East Rocks
- Low Island * Evans Rocks
- Saba Island * North Zubair Coast
- Maha’s Rock * Zubeir Wreck
- Middle Reef * Shark Shoal
The Zubeir group of islands is located some 40 NM (Nautical Miles) off theNorthwest Coasts of Yemen, in the Southern extremes of the Red Sea. They are comprised of over 10 isolated uninhabited volcanic islands and rock outcrops NNE to SSE over an area of over 75 Square NM.
Low Islands offer a unique opportunity to dive inside the submerged crescent of its volcanic crater. On the S of Zubair Islands, are the remains of a wrecked freighter with its huge propellers and other twisted pieces of steel lying amongst the rocks.
However, in rougher weather only more sheltered dive sites as Saba, Zubair, low islands will be possible.
- High Island Hanish Al-Kubra Cliff
- Abu Ali Island South-West Rock
- Shark Island Maha’s Reef
- Tonque Island Cust Rock
- North Hanish Sughra Pin Rock
- Maha’s Island Hanish Suyul
- Haycook Island Ship Rock
- Addar Ail Island Three foot rock
- Peaky Island
Hanish group offers surely the most interesting variety of diving sites in the southern Red-sea. Opened for tourism only 2 years ago.The rough, but at the same time wonderful multicolor volcanic landscape surrounded with white color sandy beaches and green or light blue water seems as a natural swimming pool and makes the visitor feel in a magic world.
While diving, you can choose so many different sites that make it possible to see practically everything existing in marine life:
- Beautiful live coral mostly at Maha’s island, Hanish Sughira, High Island and Abu Ali Islands.
- Sharks, big Barracudas and giant Groupers mostly at South-West Rock, Maha’s Reef, Cust Rock, Pin Rock, Ship Rock and Three-foot rock.
- Lots of Red Snappers and tasteful Lobsters as in Shark Island and Hanish Al Kubra Cliff.
- Big Jaks and Tunna in incredible quantities as in Adder Ail Island.
Hanish Islands are not suitable from November till March due to the heavy wind conditions.