Leaving Port Sudan in a south-easterly direction, you will reach Jumna, the northernmost reef of the Suakin Archipelago, after 30 miles.
This coral tower drops steeply into the depth. The largest school of bow-fronted hammerheads known in the Sudanese Sea gathers here. You will also often encounter gray reef sharks and silver tip sharks.
On the eastern side, at a depth of 30 meters, there is a large cave in which white-tip sharks often rest.
During the ascent on the wall you can see a large number of cavities, which offer photographers a spectacular view of this habitat.