The Manijin island diving site is a very popular destination for divers and is located in the Manijin Island which is very close to the Peyia sea caves.

The Manijin Island is actually only rock and a very small islet which is only ideal for people who love diving and want to explore the beautiful diving site it offers. The site includes many interesting features including a blow hole, an archway, and a spectacular cave which is covered with colourful calciferous algae as well a variety of marine life.

The small island can be reached via a 10 minute boat ride from the Coral bay harbour. Some divers prefer to snorkel to the island from the coast for about 15-20 minutes. The depth of this diving site ranges from 8 to 24 meters. This diving site is considered to be suitable for beginners as well as for experienced level divers.

Open water (OW) qualification required.

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