Dolphin Reef is a great place to visit for both scuba divers and non-divers. Here you can watch bottle nose dolphins or actually pay to have a one-on-one experience in the water with a wild dolphin as long as you are comfortable swimming and between the ages of 10 and 88. Dolphin Reef was actually developed around the unique communication humans and dolphins can have with each other. Besides dolphin interaction, Dolphin Reef also offers a secluded beach and three heated pools for relaxation: a deep, sea water pool, a shallow fresh water pool (from rain water) and a third salt water flotation pool.
The Underwater Observatory Marine Park
The Underwater Observatory is a fantastic way for non-divers to get a peek at marine life underwater. Built in 1974, the tower reaches down to the seabed and allows visitors to view sharks, turtles and other marine life in their natural habitat. Visitors can also climb 90 steps up to the "Peace Terrace" for an unparalleled view of the Red Sea coastline which reaches into Jordan and Egypt.