Leaving the port of Port Sudan in a south-easterly direction, after 30 miles you will reach Jumna, the northernmost reef of the Suakin Archipelago.
This coral tower drops steeply into the depths. The largest known school of scalloped hammerhead sharks in the Sudan Sea gathers here. Grey reef sharks and silver tip sharks are also often seen here.
On the eastern side, at a depth of 30 meters, there is a large cave where whitetip sharks often rest.
During the ascent of the wall you will see a large number of holes, which especially offer photographers a spectacular view of this habitat.
- Scalloped hammerhead shark