Bay of Ghoubet
Travel to Bay of Ghoubet – Unforgettable Encounters with Marine Life
Not often visited by travelers, Ghoubbet al Kharab (Bay of Ghoubbet) is a bay with impressive beaches bordered by sheer black-lava cliffs. It’s a nice place to stop for a swim and lunch and snorkelers might be lucky enough to encounter whale sharks in the winter. In the middle of the bay is Devil’s Island, created by the extinct Ghoubbet Volcano.
The Bay of Ghoubet is also known as ‘Devil’s Cauldron’ or ‘Gulf of the Demons’ and the land around the Bay of Ghoubet is one of the most volcanically active in the world.
Dolphins are often spotted at the entrance to the bay and you may spot several species of fish such as swordfish, barracuda, tuna, manta rays and even Whale sharks. Once in the bay it is possible to fish, snorkel, swim or simply relax on one of the beaches amidst the spectacular surroundings.
Relax on one of the bays beaches where you can swim, snorkel or simply take in your surroundings in a peaceful environment.
- Relax on beautiful beaches.
- Explore one of the most volcanically active lands in the world.
- Snorkel and spot an abundance of marine life.