Fujairah Dive Sites
Sharm Rocks (Three Rocks)
Home to a large variety of marine animals. This dive is full of life. Shallow as deep dives up to 12 meters. With the abundant sea life, this is one site where beginners and seasoned divers can enjoy.
Dibba Rock is dive is 3-12 meters which suitable for both beginners and experienced divers who may go with cameras on a short excursion to see as many unique and vibrant marine life as you can on a day trip to the nearby island. Ghost pipefish, Stick pipefish.
With a depth of 25 meters, it is an ideal dive site to spend more time looking around. A wonderful dive site to get a glimpse of what diving is really all about. Spotted snapper, Bat Fish, Groupes, Nudibrunch, Pufferfish, Turtlefish, Arabian Angel Fish, Parrot fish, Lion Fish, Anemone fish.
At 12 meters, this artificial reef is perfect for those who have never been down under. It is a dive site where, if your lucky, you can see a huge variety of marine creatures, from Flounders to Barracuda, small little pipe fish to large trumpet.
Snoopy Deep Reef
At 24 meters and a mix of a natural reef and an artificial reef, the Snoopy Deep reef is the perfect dive for advanced divers. There is also a good possibility to see seahorses, lots of Anemones, 5 lined snappers, and trigger fish.
The depth varies from shallow confined water conditions to dives with a bottom depth of around 25m. Lots of black tip reef sharks to see in the winter months with the occasional whale shark drifting past. An abundant amount of anemones forming a garden.
Hole in the wall
A maze of coral reefs and wonderful marine life if you are ready for a 35-minute boat ride to a shallow yet marvelous dive site, then Hole in the Wall is the perfect place to visit.
At depth of 32 meters Most of the dive sites in this area offer interesting underwater landscapes such as swim-throughs, great overhung walls, and boulder crevices. The resident marine life includes leopard sharks, black-tip reef sharks, turtles, schooling of yellow-lined snappers, jacks and barracudas. You also will find some reef fish common in this area such as Blue ring, and Angel Fish.
At a depth of 22 meters, an artificial reef formed by a wreck, Inchcape 2, is abundant with fish life, and many shoals of Travelli hang around this wreck. Rays can typically be found underneath the hull of the wreck while a diverse range of Nudibranches can be seen around the gunnel.