Coraya Bay is nestled within a secluded stretch of the coast, which is famous for it’s dive potential. Coral gardens, tropical fish, and stunning underwater habitats make this one of the best-kept secrets of the dive world. A jaw-dropping ecosystem and an off-beat location, means that you have this entire paradise all to yourself to explore at your leisure.
Marsa Umm Geirfat is the star attraction in Coraya Bay. These are calm, sheltered waters, which block strong currents and waves from reaching the shore. Under these conditions, the reef can flourish and blossom, and beginner-level divers can practice at ease. Conditions are safe year-round.
These peaceful waters are a sanctuary for some of the most awe-inspiring marine life in the Red Sea. Manatees and dugongs crop the gently swaying sea grass, while manta rays feast on plankton blooms. Charter a boat to an outlying reef, and you’re likely to see slipstreams of dolphins along the way. These are once-in-a-lifetime experiences – but they happen every day at Coraya Bay.