Daymaniyat Islands, made up of nine small, uninhabited islands are surrounded by amazing coral reefs that reach 100 feet/30 meters. Up to 70% of the dive sites’ seabed is covered by more than 100 species of hard and soft corals; around 10% of which are unique to the waters of Oman.

With the plethora of marine life drawn to this 250-acre nature reserve, it’s not a surprise that the area is a paradise for divers and snorkelers alike. The bountiful waters are home to 280 different species of fish, moray eels, varying types of stingrays, leopard sharks, and turtles. A huge number of turtles like green sea turtles and hawksbill make their journey to the islands to lay their eggs and nest. The mighty and docile whale sharks also come to these waters on a seasonal basis which is a welcome treat for divers and snorkelers. That’s not all, if you’re lucky, you might even spot bottlenose dolphins, spinner dolphins, and humpback whales. The reserve is also home to indigenous birds and a sanctuary for migrating birds.

Note: Thermocline below 32 feet / 10 m , Temperature drops down to 75 F / 24 C


The waters of Bandar Khayran is noted for its stunning hard and soft (yellow and purple) corals to the delight of underwater enthusiasts. This diving haven has around 15 dive spots nestled within a series of coves and bays southeast of Muscat.​

The Bandar Khayran dive sites vary from shallow coral reefs and swim-throughs to 25m drop-offs. Divers can encounter schools of colorful fish, giant honeycomb moray eels, huge stingrays, turtles, lobsters, and stunning nudibranchs which are perfect subjects for underwater photographers.

Note: Thermocline below 32 feet / 10 m , Temperature drops down to 75 F / 24 C


Fahal Island also known as Shark Island is situated 4km offshore from Muscat’s famous beach. This fossilized limestone formation has three prominent pinnacles that you can glance above sea level. The incredible thing about this limestone is that it was originally part of the seafloor but due to the change in sea levels, the rock was exposed. Fahal Island is made up of corals, shells, and algae.

You can usually access this island via a 20-minute boat ride from the dive center. It is ideal for divers of any level because of its varying depths. The bays have different kinds of hard and soft corals which can be explored by snorkelers and novice divers. You can encounter schools of fish, turtles, barracuda, eagle rays, and the seasonal visitors, the giant whale sharks.

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