The Red Sea at Its Best
A pristine coral reef teeming with life in Sudan
A neighbor of Egypt, Sudan has an underwater world with its own character that provides numerous photographic opportunities for the adventurous underwater photographer. Shielded from mass tourism due to an unstable political situation, Sudanese waters have retained all their charms and continue to excite all who venture there.
Since gaining independence in 1956, Sudan has been torn apart by two civil wars. The first lasted until 1972; then, after a hiatus of 11 years, a new conflict pitted the Arab-Muslim North against the tribal South. In 1989, the military seized power and established an Islamic dictatorship. The political situation only really stabilized in 2011 with the division of Africa’s largest country into two: South Sudan…
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