email@example.comTalk to our specialist consultants:0845 130 6980www.diveworldwide.com? Dibba RockThis is the first site most divers will mention. 'People have an 80 per cent chance of spotting sharks and turtles here,' explains Francis, Course Director at Al Boom Diving. 'Also, as it's only 10m deep the visibility and lighting for photography is good. It's very, very colourful and a great place to get hooked on diving.' Average depth: 5 to 12m.? Inchcape 1Inchcape 1 is a small wreck, but full of life, including rays, barracuda and emperor fish. You may also spot sea-horses and a giant moray eel, known by divers as Fred.
Average depth: 27 to 30m.
? Martini RockThis is a rock formation, so-called because it is in the shape of an up-side-down Martini Glass, with sloping sides covered in soft corals. Spot snapper, barracuda, puffer fish, seahorses, clown-fish and turtles. Average depth: 18 to 22m.? The CavesA Musandam favourite, this dive site has it all: coral reef; reef fish; and a selection of swim-throughs. A rock overhang, gives the site its name. Look out for the entrances to the swim throughs and watch your buoyancy as you proceed through them! Average depth: 5 to 12m.
? Leema RockAnother Musandam must see, Leema Rock is a barren rock juts out from the ocean, but underwater it is home to a variety of marine life! In the summer months, juvenile whale sharks are often spotted in the area. Sea turtles, jacks and reef fish are abundant Average depth: 3 to 27m.Fujairah, UAE
Le Méridien Al Aqah and Al Boom DivingTop Dive SitesAbout UsAl Boom Diving is located at the five-star Le Méridien Al Aqah Beach Resort in Fujairah, just 90 minutes from Dubai. Nestled on the Gulf of Oman between the majestic Hajar Mountains and the Indian Ocean, Le Méridien Al Aqah Beach Resort is ideally located for guests to enjoy the stunning natural beauty of the area. With every luxury you'd expect of an award-winning Beach Resort, a choice of 9 restaurants and bars plus Spa Al Aqah with Ayurvedic centre, Le Méridien Al Aqah is also an ideal base for non-divers who want to unwind and relax. Dive boats depart directly from the hotel beach to explore the warm, colourful reef sites, and the deeper wreck sites along the Al Aqah coastline. Turtles, black-tip reef sharks, stingrays, Arabian Angelfish and a variety of corals can be seen. Dive trips into the Musandam area of Oman with Al Boom Diving leave directly from the hotel. Coral reef is abundant in this remote area, and reef fish, rays, dolphins, sea turtles and whale sharks are frequently sighted. The Al Boom Dive crew will ensure a comfortable and fun dive for all level of diver and dive groups are always kept small.The Ultimate Diving CollectionAl AqahThe MusandamFrom £1355 per person
Includes return flights from the UK, 7 nights, breakfast,
10 dives with tanks and weightswww.lemeridien.com/fujairah
firstname.lastname@example.orgTalk to our specialist consultants:0845 130 6980www.diveworldwide.com? Manta Point, PembaThis is said to be one the world's finest dive sites. Devil and eagle rays visit in large groups. The pinnacle, covered in fantastic coral, rises from 40 to 8m, with a dynamic drop off on its western side. A wide range of marine life can be seen here. ? Misali Coral Mountain,
PembaThis underwater mountain towers from from 80m to 18m, attracting unusual species such as leaf fish, and an abundance of blue striped fusiliers. Larger fish including rainbow runner, trevally and dogtooth tuna hunt the area, whilst octopuses can usually be found hiding amongst the crevices.? Hunga, ZanzibarSituated away from the fringing reefs, in the middle of Zanzibar's Tumbatu channel, these large bommies offer shelter to schooling fish such as barracuda, trevally and jacks. Between the bommies you can find blue spotted ribbontail rays, and crocodile fish. A truly amazing dive not to be missed.? Kichwani, ZanzibarKichwani's dynamic topography and abundant marine life provide exciting drift dives to challenge experienced divers, whilst the shallows entertain beginners with colourful creatures such as lobsters and Moray eels, with tantalising glimpses of predatory fish in the deep blue. Kichwani is situated at Zanzibar's Mnemba Atoll, a marine conservation area.? Wattabomi, ZanzibarAlso at Mnemba, Wattabomi offers an incredible abundance of green turtles. The sandy slope and fringing hard coral reef with cleaning stations and resting sites offer a once in a lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with these fantastic creatures, surrounded by scorpion fish, octopus and much more.ZanzibarAbout UsTop Dive SitesEstablished in 1995, Zanzibar Watersports has built an excellent reputation for safety, professionalism and dedication to customer service. We currently have three fully equipped PADI five star dive centres around the island and can offer services from over 25 hotels.In addition to our dive centres, we are delighted to announce that we are now offering Pemba Liveaboard trips on Lo Entropy. The original ketch was designed to carry freight, with the hull design based on a Whitbread Round the World competitors' vessel. Her career has included moving cargo in the Caribbean and chartering in the UK. Lo Entropy has now been re-fitted to operate in the mystical monsoon islands off the east coast of Africa. The well-equipped vessel is 18.5m in length and boasts 6 en-suite double cabins, large saloon, fresh water, and generated power. Regular six day cruises are available, featuring Pemba's best dive sites.Come and visit us at the London Dive Show for further information on this fantastic new liveaboard.The Ultimate Diving CollectionFrom £2295per person
Includes return flights from UK, 6 nights on board Lo Entropy, full board, 18 dives with tanks and weightsZANZIBARWATERSPORTS