Explore the House Reef
Abu Dabbab Dive Site
The Abu Dabbab Bay is home to two impressive and well-preserved house reefs, separated by a very wide sandy bottom, rich in beds of sea grass, algae, and floating weeds. The aquatic biotope, with its colourful riot of hard and soft corals, is the residence of dugongs, giant sea turtles, the bowmouth guitar shark and the bullethead parrotfish. It is nothing less but a treasure trove underwater. The idyllic scene is completed by the presence of a small, coral-encrusted shipwreck and a swim-through canyon with an underwater cave and riveting tunnels.
Home of the Turtles
Peacefully living in Abu Dabbab