|Tobia Soraya translated, means little or small Tobia. Made up of five main reef pieces and a number of other smaller pinnacles intermingled, the shape of the dive site resembles an upside down capital letter "Y". Boats generally moor on one of the two southern tips of the small reef pieces. Small Tobia is ideal for all levels of diver as there is rarely any current here. If current is present it will normally run from north to south coming down the sides of the upside down letter "Y" and sometimes sweeping in gently from the northeast.
There are a number of interesting swim-throughs for careful divers; one located on the southwestern reef tip at 5m another on the southeastern reef tip at 12m and a third in the central reef pinnacle at 6m. Like at its larger sister there is a proliferation of coral and marine life, with large table corals and occasional Red Sea fans (gorgonians) on the eastern side. There are often blue spotted rays on the sand in the lagoon area at 12m between the southeast and southwest reef tips. Snappers, fusiliers, goatfish and parrotfish are common.