Shaab Sataya, also known as the Dolphin Reef is located at the south-eastern tip of the Fury Shoal diving area off Marsa Alam.The site can be reached by boat from Marsa Alam and is included on many liveaboard Red Sea dive safari trails. If you’re not really into scuba, it is also a perfect destination for snorkeling
Explore the hidden treasure of the red sea the gorgeous hamata island's south of marsa alam completely un touched by tourists, these tiny desert islands are a heaven for wild life ,both on land and sea .it won't be long before you spot plodding turtle's and armies of colourful birds
Marsa Abu Dabab is located south of Marsa Alam International Airport on the way to the town of Marsa Alam. It is a very popular snorkelling and diving trip due to the opportunity to see green turtles with the possibility of dugong sightings.
The bay is sheltered with a reef system to the north and south of the bay, a sandy bed with sea grass lies between. Access to the sea is from the sandy beach. Dive boats are no longer allowed to operate in the bay in an effort to protect the marine life that lives in and visits the bay .
VISITING THE MOST FAMOUS BAY OF MARSA-ALAM BEACHES TO SEE ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CORAL REEFS AND SEE TURTELS.
WE provide transfer snorkeling guide, drink's and the entrance .