EXPERIENCE DIVING IN UAE WITH ORCA

Orca Diving Centre has over 10 years of experience scuba diving in Egypt and Thailand. We are one of Dubai's leading dive centre's.

We operate a full-service Dive Centre, offering the full range of scuba diving courses from complete beginner up to dive instructor. Learning scuba diving with Orca Diving Centre is a fun experience, and absolutely safe. Our classes are small, with no more than 4 students per instructor. Our diving Instructors are true professionals; they love scuba diving and are very patient. They like nothing better than to introduce a newcomer to UAE’s underwater world.

Our boats run regularly for scuba diving tours from Dubai to popular destinations like Fujairah, Oman and to many more popular dive destinations. From the depths of Dibba Rock, Inchape, Martini Rock, Shams Rock to Zainab Wreck, catch a glimpse of the underwater world of the UAE’s top dive spots. All with black tip reef sharks, stingrays, yellow snappers, pufferfish and stonefish. You may also see the rare mola mola fish, or sunfish and an abundance of exotic and colourful marine life. If it’s Wreck diving that inspires you then dive several of Fujairah’s best wrecks from our boat.

Whatever your scuba diving needs our team will ensure you’ll have a personalized and memorable experience.

UAE’S BEST SCUBA DIVING SPOTS

Dibba Rock

With depths varying from four to 16 metres, Helmy describes this site as “perfect for snorkellers, as well as open-water divers”. It’s a 20-minute boat ride from Al Aqah in Fujairah and sightings of turtles are almost guaranteed, while divers are more likely to see black tip reef sharks here than anywhere else.

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Snorkeling
Martini Rock

This famous structure off the coast of Fujairah has depths of between ten and 23 metres. Perfect for a night dive, prepare to spot sleeping turtles and feeding rays. If you’re very lucky, you may also see the occasional leopard shark or guitar shark.

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Snorkeling
Sharms Rock

This spot near Snoopy Island in Fujairah offers depths of up to 14 metres, and some of the largest parrotfish, boxfish and broomtailed wrasse in the area – all of which are visible to snorkellers, too.

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Snorkeling

MARINE LIFE

The sites are packed full of sea life, huge schools of fish, turtles which will let you get up right close to them. Because the dives are quite shallow it means you can stay under for much longer.

FEATURED CREATURES

You can find whale sharks, guitarfish, sea turtles, eagle rays, reef fish, clownfish, cuttlefish, trevally, barracuda and lots of macro life.

VISIBILITY

As Dubai has no natural reef environment, diving in the gulf is more wreck diving. Some of the wrecks date back to the first gulf war and before and are only accessible by boat.

WATER TEMPERATURE

The water is a toasty 33°C/91°F in summer and a pleasant 22°C/75°F in winter.

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