Program Details

Our daily dive trips to Daymaniyat or Fahal Islands are scheduled to start at 8.00 am from Al-Mouj Marina and end around 3 pm. In between, you will enjoy Scuba Diving by visiting two different dive sites out of the many dive sites at Daymaniyat or Fahal Islands.

In our Omani water you are able to see many different marine life: From Zebra sharks, black tip sharks, turtles, big Honeycomb moray eels, different rays to sometimes even whalesharks.

Between the two dives you will enjoy our BBQ-Lunch on the boat or you can soak up the sun on our sunbed in front of the boat. What are you waiting for? Daymaniyat Islands is a beautiful place to be explored by you!

What to bring with you:

  • Towel
  • Sun cream
  • Sunglasses
  • Reusable bottle

Full equipment rental by 12 OMR. If you need some parts only, check the prices below:

Mask: 2 OMR / Regulator: 4 OMR / BCD: 3 OMR / Wetsuit: 2 OMR
Snorkel: 1 OMR / Fins: 2 OMR / Dive Computer (on request only): 4 OMR

Dive Trip

47 OMR (Without Equipment)

59 OMR (With Equipment)

Pricing Includes:
-BBQ Lunch
-Soft Drink
-Permits to Dayminiyat Islands


We’re here to answer your questions

When is the best time to dive in Oman?

Diving in Oman (Muscat) is done all year round. From July to November is the annual whale shark season in Oman. Visibility is at its best in April-May or September-November.

What is the water temperature year around?

Water temperature ranges a lot here in Oman. In summer we have warm water with up to 32 degrees on the surface and in winter the surface water temperature is around 26 degrees. As soon as you descend the water gets colder of course, with around 28 degrees in summer and 24 in winter.

Do you offer transportation or pickup from the hotel?

No, we do not offer transportation or Hotel pick-up. We have free parking behind our Dive Center and if you do not have your own car, we recommend to use the Otaxi App to get the best fares around Muscat.

How long do I have to wait until I can fly after one or two dives?

Flying after scuba diving is one of the more widely known risks to divers. The pressure in a plane’s cabin is comparable to a fast ascension while diving. This increases the chance of decompression sickness. The general rule is to wait 24 hours to fly after diving. Read here more about this topic.

What is the maximum depth of daymaniyat islands?

Daymaniyat Islands offer easy and quite shallow Scuba Diving with maximum depths of 26 meters.

What is the best way to book for scuba diving with you?

You can either send us a Whatsapp to +968 9667 4612 or an eMail to info@molamoladivingcenter.com

Can non divers join the trip for snorkeling?

Yes, our Scuba Trips always take Snorkelers as well if requested. We will visit dive sites that are great for both, Scuba Diving and Snorkeling. 

Can I bring my own scuba equipment?

You are more than welcome to bring any personal kit you have – just please let us know in advance if you have a DIN or YOKE regulator. If you miss something, you can of course rent it from us. 

Do you provide full scuba equipment for rental?

Yes of course. Full equipment hire is 12 OMR per person, if you only need parts of it, the price will be slightly less.

Can I join the trip if I am pregnant?

Saldy no, you are not allowed to dive while you are pregnant. Also we do not recommend to join the boat for Snorkeling in case of unforeseen weather changes.

What should I take with me on my trip?

Bring comfortable clothes, a reusable bottle, a DryBag if you have one and a towel and some sunscreen. Food and drinks are provided. 

Can women wear bikini on boat?

Dress modest when arriving at our Dive Center – but there is no problem with wearing a normal Bikini as soon as the boat leaves the marina.

Is there a toilet on the boat?

Yes, we do have a toilet on the boat. Toilet and Showers can also be found in the Dive Center.

What happens in case of bad weather?

Your safety is always our top priority. If the weather or sea conditions are not safe for diving, we will inform you and we can reschedule the dive depending on your availability.

In case of emergency where is the nearest decompression chamber?

The nearest decompression chamber is located at the Royal Hospital in Bowsher, Muscat – 20 minutes from our Dive Center.

If there is any question that we have left unanswered, please contact us directly!

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