There are whales in Belize in the Caribbean, which include pilot whales, false killer whales, dolphins, sperm whales, orcas or killer whales and very rare sightings of humpback whales. But there are also whale sharks, which are not whales, even though their name includes ‘whale’.
There are no great white sharks in the Red Sea, as whilst the waters in the Red Sea range from 21-30°C (69-29°F), which drops to the great white sharks temperatures range of 12-24°C (54-75 °F), the white sharks would have to swim through the Arabian Sea, which doesn’t drop below 27°C (81°F).
There are many sharks in the Red Sea, Egypt. These include the grey reef shark, oceanic whitetip shark, scalloped hammerhead shark, whale shark, whitetip reef shark, thresher shark, tiger shark, silvertip reef shark, zebra shark (leopard shark), blacktip reef shark, great hammerhead shark, short fin mako shark, silky shark and tawny nurse shark.
The 7 most likely sharks you might see in Belize include the Caribbean reef shark, nurse sharks, whale sharks, the great hammerhead shark, tiger sharks, bull sharks and lemon sharks. But the most common sharks you are likely to see include the Caribbean Reef shark and the nurse shark.
If you are a single diver looking for Red Sea liveaboards with single cabins, this article and the table included in the article is designed to make your search much easier. The table includes all Red Sea liveaboards with single cabins.
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