Turtle Bay

Turtle Bay is an easy dive site suitable for every level of diver and also good for snorkeling. Sandy slopes, drop-offs, small pinnacles, and coral blocks will be found here.

There is a coral block with glassfish, fire coral, and gorgonians along with reef slopes and salad corals to find. Shrimps, turtles, napoleons, and eagle rays also frequent this area.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 25 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive
  • Snorkeling
  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Macro Spot

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Far Garden

The Far Garden dive site is a very interesting area. From pinnacles to drop-offs and canyons to caves, you will find everything here. Even with these exciting features, this site is suitable for all levels of divers and snorkelers alike.

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Shark’s Bay

Sharks Bay is one of the common dive sites of SSH, the bay formation and the easy access attract snorkelers and divers of all levels. The slopping bottom makes it perfect for conducting courses. You can dive to the north or south reefs.

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Middle Garden

The Middle Garden is an easy and nice dive site, suitable for every level of diver and snorkelers alike. There are sandy roads and as well a drop off. This site has a mooring line.

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Fiddle Garden

The Fiddle Garden is found right next to the Far Garden dive site. It is a reef wall with a drop-off and suitable for every diver level. The sandy plateau is covered with pinnacles and coral blocks.

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Near Garden

This is a very beautiful dive site with a lot to explore. There is a coral garden, pinnacles, a drop-off, and even a dead area. This site is suitable for all diver levels and also snorkelers.

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The reef wall drops away to a sandy plateau at about 13m, at the center is a gully with swim throughs at 10m and 35m. There is an eel garden to the north.

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This site really consists of three “gardens:“ near, middle, and far. The most seaward of the gardens is somewhat sheltered from the currents and in the other parts flourishing with daily low & high tides that give these gardens rich life.

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This site was named as a tribute to an underwater camera-man, Bob Johnson, who worked in the area for many years. It is sheltered from the waves and wind and usually has weak currents.

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Ras Nasrani

Ras Nasrani is the most diverse dive site in the national park. First, you dive at the wall, then you pass a sandy slope and after that, the coral garden opens. Plenty of hard and soft corals and coral blocks to explore! This site is suitable for every level of diver and snorkelers.

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This is an easy dive site suitable for every level of diver and also snorkelers. There’s a sandy plateau and at the drop off you can find shelters full of marine life. There are many coral blocks and pinnacles to explore.

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