In an endeavor to preserve coral reefs due to a surge in dive tourism, the Hurghada Environmental Protection and Conservation Association (HEPCA), in partnership with Egypt’s Chamber of Diving and Watersports (CDWS), announced three new dive sites for scuba divers in Hurghada. The sites are located a short distance from the promenade reefs of the Giftun Islands, set to form an ‘Underwater Military Museum’ with old military hardware like tanks and armoured personnel carriers. These artificial reefs are aimed to lessen the burden on Hurghada’s regular dive sites. These sites witnessed a skyrocket of over 1000 percent increase in recent years. The three sites named Sha’ab El Sakala, Urog El Towail, and Erg Gamea offer good visibility with sandy bottoms at Sha’ab El Sakala and Erg Gamea, and a rocky bottom Urog El Towail. Aimed to increase the dive sites in Egypt, this venture is aimed to foster sustainable tourism, call attention to the Great Fringing Reef of Egypt, and introduce a novel underwater experience.