Anemone Gardens (20+m)

With a depth of more than 20 meters, this area is best way to dive with a compass and a dive computer. It is located in the northeast of Shark Island. There are different species of marine life- from jacks and juvenile barracudas, hard and soft corals and your dive will be a memorable one especially if you can spot a very shy sea horse.

Car Cemetery (18+m)

A difficult site to dive that will surely test your navigation skills. It might be not as popular as the other dive sites because of its low visibility but if you just carry on you never know what you might find.

Coral Gardens (26+m)

Welcome Advanced and experienced divers! The home of colorful corals, this site is perfect for a night dive. Divers may see unusual crocodile fish and guitar sharks. It is also the home for dandelion corals and green whip corals.

Dibba Island (16m)

A very popular site for divers and snorkelers alike, looking forward to a guaranteed sighting of gentle turtles. Jaw fish, clown fish, bat fish and a variety of soft and boulder corals make this small rocky Island one of the dive sites you don’t want to miss.

Hole in the Wall (15m)

Finding the hole makes this dive site very interesting for divers. The hole is large enough for a diver to swim through comfortably but you need to control your buoyancy as this site is known for its sea urchins. Boxfish, parrot fish, bat fish, cuttlefish are a common sight in this area.

Inchcape 1 (32m)

A small vessel sunk 32 meters in an upright position facing South, Inchcape 1 is home to a wide variety of underwater inhabitants.

Depending on the tide, this dive can be over 30 meters and only advanced divers and up are allowed to dive here. Divers can go around it several times during a dive. Inchcape 1 is home to schools of jacks, moray eels and other interesting species.

Inchcape 2 (22+m)

Located between Martini Rock and Anemone Gardens, this wreck is a sanctuary to juvenile barracudas, moray eels, rays, jacks and more. A great site for divers to practice their wreck penetration skills.

Martini Rock (3-22m)

Check out this most popular site in the East Coast. Divers and snorkelers will have a memorable time visiting Martini Rock. Different shoals of fish, a variety color of teddy bear corals, damsel fish, box fish, rays, pipefish, turtles, fusiliers, nudibranchs and more makes you think that you are visiting a huge aquarium.

Murbah Reef (12+m)

The reef stretches for about 400m along the coastline. At 5-14m it’s ideal for the last dive of the day or for beginners with excellent buoyancy control. If you’re diving the site at night, we recommend that you arrive at the reef just prior to sunset so you can anchor in a sandy patch and wait for darkness.

Ras Qidfa (8m)

It’s best to start you dive at the southern end of Ras Qidfa and travel north toward Martini Bay, keeping the rock, boulders and wall on your left hand side. There’s plenty to see here, including a multitude of fish species, turtles and hard and soft corals, although it becomes a little less interesting if you leave the rocky shores and venture onto the sandy seabed.

Shark Island (16+m)

Known for the sightings of black tip reef sharks, Shark Island 0r Khorfakkan Island is popular for divers, snorkelers and people who just want to chill on the beach.

There are lots of marine life to be found, sleeping turtles, hard and soft corals and rays. You may also find schools of different fish.

Sharm Rocks (14+m)

Four small outcrops of rock, covered in soft corals and home to schools of fish, fusiliers, parrot fish, broom tailed wrasse and more just break the surface of the water at low tide. Sharm Rocks also known as Pinnacles and Three Rocks is also a great site for a night dive.

Snoopy Island (8m)

The only shore dive on the East Coast, a haven for swimmers and snorkelers. There are months that during low tide you can easily walk from the shore to the Island without getting wet.

Night divers will surely enjoy watching crabs hunting for meals and a variety of anemones and hard and soft corals making them more colorful with your torch.

A variety of marine life awaits everyone who visits Snoopy Island such as lion fish, pipe fish, nudibranchs, clown fish, morays, shrimps and more..