Dibba Rock

This small rocky island has long sloping sides that are covered by a reef formed by a variety of soft and boulder corals. The side nearest the shore is only 3-4m deep,so it should be dived at high tide. The seaward side has a long sloping rocky reef with many green and purple whip corals that make it a very attractive dive site. There are two mooring buoys on the site, one located to the north-west end of the site with colourful corals, where you're virtually guaranteed a sighting of a turtle. The buoys are perfectly situated to allow you to dive the seaward side of the site. Just make sure you choose the correct buoy depending on the current. DATA FROM

  • Location: 25.602242, 56.350164
  • Type: Reef