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"Calm conditions, spent ages just floating above a turtle, and was so relaxed I almost fell asleep." In fact giant green sea turtles can be seen almost every day, as can the harmless guiltar sharks, although your chance of seeing Dennis or Dougal, the famous dugongs, vary from season to season (being slightly higher in the summer), and overall on any one day perhaps less than fifty-fifty.
However you should bring your own towel and there's a ten euro surcharge for guests at hotels more than 30km but less than 50km away.The offshore reefs however are more suitable to divers and should only be visited with a professional guide.Abu Dabbab is close to most of Marsa Alam's hotels and located on a brach road off the main coastal road between the Sol Y Mar Abu Dabbab and Marsa Alam Hilton hotels, 34km north of the town of Marsa Alam and about 35km south of the airport and for those who like GPS coordinates you will find it at latitude 25'20'N and 34'45' East.You can usually find the entrance hidden behind a row of parked coaches and minibuses and behind it you will see the beach, often crowded with sun worshipers and snorkelers. It might not seem like the sort of wild place to find endangered exotic marine animals but fortunately and, despite the occasional crowds, it still is."Had a great half day there last year," wrote Barry on Trip Advisor in February 2011.Abu Dabbab Bay has one of the best sandy beaches in the Marsa Alam region but is deservedly better known as being one of the few places in the world where you can sometimes dive and swim with the endangered dugong "sea cow." There are two semi-permanent residents who are known by the nicknames of Dennis and Dougal.
Two of only seven currently known to exist along the entire Egyptian Red Sea Coast.
And as if that wasn't enough the bay is also host to giant sea turtles for whom the shallow waters serve as an invaluable nesting site and the harmless guitar shark as well as having colourful reefs, a myriad of beautiful fish, a small shipwreck and a swim-through canyon with underwater caves.
You can just wade-in to the main bay and also explore the fringing reefs directly from the beach which makes it equally suitable to snorkelers and divers of all skill levels.
For divers Steven is also offering a private air condtioned taxi pick up and return to your hotel and a day's diving at Abu Dabbab for 80 euro per person (minimum of two) including the cost of taxi transfers from and to your hotel, entrance to the beach, soft drinks, a professional guide and all diving equipment.
As with the snorkeling offer, there would also be a ten euro surcharge for guests at hotels more than 30km but less than 50km away.
Light meals and snacks are available at extra charge on the beach.