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South Africa has some of the most spectacular local dive destinations. Best South African diving destinations include Sodwana Bay and Aliwal Shoal, to name a couple so speak to us about your next Scuba Travel adventure!
Situated off Umkomaas in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. The Aliwal Shoal offers some of the most exciting scuba diving in the World, on Aliwal Shoal you can dive with Ragged Tooth Sharks, Tiger Sharks and Manta Rays, Dolphins and Whale Sharks. The famous shipwrecks The Produce and The Nebo are a treat for any Advanced Diver.
Is a good training ground for fresh water diving if you are unable to get away to the coast. Situated off the R59 highway in the South of Johannesburg, Bass Lake is a 10-hectare body of spring-fed water. Depths vary from a walk in slope to 23m at the deepest point.
The renowned for the phenomenal shipwreck wrecks, 7 gill shark dives, great white shark cage diving and kelp forests dives. A trip to the Two Oceans Aquarium is well worth the visit, dives in the tanks can be arranged.
Great wreck and reef diving. Try something different with aquarium dives at Ushaka Marine World awesome experience for new divers and old alike.
Situated 6km north of the South African Kosi Bay Border, Ponta D' Oura is a vibey little town with spectacular diving. Small reef systems in the protected bays are great for beginner divers and the more adventurous divers will enjoy some close encounters with various shark species and pelagic fish on the Pinnacles dive.
Situated in southern Mozambique, just 11 km north of the South African border, Ponta Malongane is best known for its supreme diving sites and excellent fish life. Diving on the Ponta reef system with various dive sites to suit your skill and level.
For diving with a difference the eastern cape area has a large variety of soft corals, sponges, sea fans and nudibranchs. With sightings of Ragger Toothed sharks, shysharks and seals these dive sites also offer beautiful topography with large gullies and pinnacles.
Sodwana Bay is part of the Isimangoliso Wetland Park and is South Africa's first declared World Heritage Site. With an abundance of marine life divers will enjoy sightings of frog fish, paper fish, potato bass, whale sharks, dolphins, reef sharks and seasonal humpback whale and ragger toothed shark migration.