Relax on the beach, explore the underwater world and meet turtles in the azure waters of the Red Sea. Abu Dababu is a very special biome with mangroves, salt marshes, and coral reefs. There are many giant tortoises, parrot fish, bayonet fish, puffer fish, rockfish, clown fish (Nemo), reef moray eels, and schools of colorful sailfish. With a bit of luck, you will see the majestic Dogo cow, a manatee that can grow up to 3 meters high and weigh over 300 kilograms.
Snorkel at Abu Dabbab. Abu Dabbab, Dugong Bay is a nature reserve north of Marsa Alam on the Red Sea coast and is known for its turtles.
At Abu Dabbab you will have the opportunity to swim with turtles and dugongs called manatees
Abu Dabbab Snorkeling Trip Itinerary
Would you like to see turtles in the wild? Then you must go to Abu Dabbab south of Hurghada.
Transfer to Abu Dabbab Snorkeling Trip
Our guide will pick you up from your hotel early in the morning. In a three-hour drive, you can reach the beautiful beach.
Abu Dabbab Beach
Once there you can sit comfortably in your deck chair or go snorkeling. The vast seagrass beds are home to several species of large sea turtles. With a bit of luck, you will also see a resident manatee (dumpling) or a stingray. The gently sloping bay invites you to snorkel.
You can then recharge your batteries at the lunch buffet.
Return to Hotel
Around 3:30 pm you'll be back in Hurghada after a relaxing excursion hoping to see some turtles.