Abu Dabbab Bay is just a 25-minute drive from Marsa Alam Airport. On the bay is the bungalow resort Abu Dabbab Diving Lodge, which was created especially for divers. The 62 bungalows are equipped with all facilities. On the beach is the 5 * PADI Dive Base, called Blue Ocean. The house reef is home to about 40 sea turtles and as a regular visitor there is the manatee which likes to eat the grass between the two pristine house reefs.
From the bay there is direct access to the beautiful Elphinstone Reef, Uhm Halhalla Reef, Shaab Abu Dabbab and Garden Reef. There are also opportunities to visit other reefs around Marsa Alam. Every day we offer you unforgettable diving trips. If you have special wishes, do not hesitate to send an email, the owner is Dutch, so communication will go smoothly.
See you at Abu Dabbab!
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