... and I was very disappointed, but the park is still worth a visit for the underwater observatory.
This is a genuine observatory where the fish are actually in the sea, and not in tanks. If you haven't been snorkelling or scuba diving, or even if you have - you will be simply agog looking at all the thousands of fish. Keep an eye out for the amazing lionfish.
When you enter to the observatory, go down, to enjoy views of the sea in its best. Also you can go to the top to amke photos of the beaches and reefs. Just lovely
you pay an additional fee to get inside and travel under the water at the observatory.
Sorry we did not make it :(
This park is very interesting, with a few attractions as the yellow submarine, the exhibitions of the red sea life, and the Oceanarium
In the underwater observatory, 6 meters below sea level you can discover the flora, fauna, tropical fish and pearl-hued coral of the Red Sea.
The underwater observatory is housed beneath this tower, a few rooms sitting on the seabed. It also has a cafeteria and observation tower.
You can take a ride on the Yellow Submarine at addition cost, I did not try this so I cannot give a recommendation.
Make a trip with the yellow submarine 'Jacqueline' at Coral World. You will experience a crystal clear view during an underwater safari 60 m beneath the surface of the Red Sea.
Visit the Underwater Observatory with colourful marine life: fauna, flora, tropical fish. From here you can see the Red Sea's natural coral reef.
The picture shows what you see at 60 m depth.