Abu Kizan, so the Egyptian name, is a large, almost circular reef, about 200 nautical miles south of the Brother Islands. Although it has no actual land, a lighthouse was built on the reef to warn the ships of the nearby shipping route.
Daedalus is large and beautifully covered with hard and soft corals. The dive groups are scattered along the reef, keeping nother groups further away. A long plateau in the south of the reef has already enabled the other Manta encounter.
The highlight of the Daedalus is the resident Hammerhead shark school, which is mostly located in the north of the reef. Also, individual hammerhead sharks are regularly sighted in the blue arounf the reef. Also Thresher sharks, Oceanic Whitetips, gray reef sharks, silky sharks and occasionally a tiger shark.