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Marsa Mubarak

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A giant turtle!

This is a beautiful bay in Marsa Alam. I saw a giant turtle calmly eating sea grass underwater near... read more

Reviewed June 29, 2017
Maria K
Nice boat trip to see

We did a boat trip to see nice fish. We went to Marsa Mubarak to see the seecow. First we saw a lot... read more

Reviewed June 24, 2017
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  • Excellent59%
  • Very good29%
  • Average9%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“sea cow” (29 reviews)
“fish” (22 reviews)
“shallow area” (3 reviews)
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Marsa Alam, Egypt
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Reviewed June 29, 2017

This is a beautiful bay in Marsa Alam. I saw a giant turtle calmly eating sea grass underwater near the beach. Also, when snorkeling around the reef, I saw a lot of different kinds of Red Sea marine life.

Thank Maria K
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Reviewed June 24, 2017 via mobile

We did a boat trip to see nice fish. We went to Marsa Mubarak to see the seecow. First we saw a lot of different fishes, corals etc. and later on we saw the turtles and a last we were happy and saw the seecow!!

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Reviewed May 24, 2017 via mobile

You can enjoy snorkeling or diving with corals, reefs and different types of fish, Turtles, Murano etc. a trip by submarine for 1 hour will be enough to see what you want if you won't to wet yourself you should try from port ghalib.

Thank Ahmed S
Reviewed May 8, 2017

Recommend. Interesting place. Beautiful corals. I saw a dugong. It is necessary to agree in advance with the operator to purchase a video or photo with the dugong. Otherwise, You may not be in the photo with the dugongs. It will be a different person....More

Thank 3inga
Reviewed May 5, 2017

If you are lucky you will meet dugong here. It came twice when we were there. There is also a big handicapped turtle with 3 flippers. This place is promoted as Turtles's house, but we haven't seen any other turtles except for the handicapped one.

Thank Neko_Katya
Reviewed April 30, 2017

good beach for snorkeling, normal facilities, good reefs and colorful fish and creatures, nothing to do else!

Thank 11mohamed11
Reviewed April 27, 2017

I concur with the last report. We happened to visit on a dive boat with Emperor. Dyson the Dugong was in the bay, you could tell this straight away as he was being hounded by three ribs full of snorkellers. OK, so I did want...More

1  Thank Michael T
Reviewed April 16, 2017

This is a large bay where you can make a lot of different dives. We did 3. One was with the big boy (sea cow). The way some people behave towards animals made me ashamed. We (dive groups) keep our distance while the dougong is...More

2  Thank Luc R
Reviewed April 2, 2017

Fantastic dive site look out for dyson, we dived with emperor divers and came here on their day boat

Thank julieChesterfield
Reviewed March 31, 2017

If you like to see the dolphins, seecow or turtles, this is the right place to go. You can walk from hotel The Three Corners or for few money go by quad.

Thank Swalmenaar
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Sarah B
October 13, 2016|
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Response from sandrajenner3 | Reviewed this property |
Marsa Mubarrak is a coral reek off shore only accessible by boat...I dived on the reef with Colona divers...
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