Dive trips

ABU THALMA: 45 miles northeast of Bahrain, this coral-coated pinnacle offers excellent drift diving and some of the most prolific marine life in the Gulf. Rays, moray eels, crayfish, trigger fish, clown fish, turtles, and sturgeon fish inhabit the reef while mackerel, cobia, tuna and barracuda cruise above, depth 6-14 meters.
 
A large shallow reef situated approximately 5 miles off the east coast of Bahrain
providing ideal snorkelling, scuba training and novice diver sites. Easily the most sheltered local dive site.
A ship wreck that had collision with the shallow reef long time ago. The site is very shallow with a mild current most of the time. It is a nice site with a rocky reef and a variety of fish.