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Southern Africa


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Guinjata Bay

Guinjata is situated south of Inhambane in the Jangamo Bay area, approximately 53O km north of Maputo. We've heard some spectacular stories from this relatively undiscovered location. Top of our must see list.


Ponta Malongane

Join us on a diving safari to Ponta Malongane in Mozambique. The exclusive resort is nestled in the indigenous dune forest and all the dive sites are a short boat ride away.


Punta do Ouro

Punto do Ouro is Mozambique’s most southerly town, and translated into English, means “Point of Gold”. The scuba diving in this area is spectacular, and the chances of spotting dolphins, mantas or whale sharks are high.



Dive into the warm tropical waters of Pemba. Marine rich ocean with coral reefs close to shore and the amazing Quitimba Archipelago not far away. Dive "The Gap" and see giant game fish or scuba the "Pyro Banks" and see guaranteed paperfish.


Cape Peninsula


We offer everything from single dive charters to 3 night, 5 dive packages in the Cape Town area.

Structure and pricing is flexible to be able to best meet your needs - contact us directly to discuss.



Gansbaai is one of the most popular shark cage diving locations in the world, and for good reason. The nearby Geyser Rock is home to a large number of Cape fur seals, which are preyed on frequently by Great White sharks. The shallow stretch of sea between Geyser Rock and Dyer Island is known as ‘Shark Alley’ because of the high number of sharks that frequent it - this stretch of sea is in fact the densest population of Great White sharks in the world.

Details on the adventure page.



Diving in Hermanus and Gansbaai is the experience of a lifetime.
There are a host of hot spots for scuba diving along the Hermanus and Gansbaai coast.



Paternoster, meaning "Our Father" derives its name from the prayers of ship-wrecked Portuguese sailors. Paternoster is a small, quaint and picturesque fishing village about 145km (90 minutes drive) from Cape Town and 15km north west of Vredenburg.
Visit the Graveyard of the ships. The coast is littered with the wrecks of the ships that have sunk. Local diving will take you on a wreck dive and give you the history of each wreck on our coast.


Knysna & The Garden route


Knysna Heads Drift Dive

Imagine flying between the majestic Knysna Heads in one of the fastest drift dives on the planet.

Details on the adventure page.


Plettenberg Bay

Home to a stunning diversity of whales including Humpback, Minke, Southern Right, Orca, as well as 3 species of dolphin. The jewel of the Garden Route keeps a secret or two...


Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth is rated as one of South Africa’s best cold water dive sites and with the variety and colour you can see on the reefs this is certainly true. There are various wrecks, shore entries and dramatic reefs to be dived. The average visibility all year round is between 8-15 m and the average water temperature is 15-18 degrees Celsius in the winter and a comfortable 19-21 degrees Celsius in the summer. The islands off PE offer seals and penguins which complements the wide variety of fish on the reefs.




Aliwal Shoal

Dive with the Ragged Tooth Sharks.

Aliwal Shoal was rated by Jacques Cousteau as one of the top 10 dive sites in the world. The shoal is home to over 1200 species of fish, as well as turtles, rays, manta's - and of course, from July to November, an abundance of Ragged Tooth Sharks.

Price: We have a variety of options- confirm latest specials with Brandon.


Protea Banks

Protea Banks is a unique reef system along the Kwa-Zulu Natal coast which offers diving experiences second to none. The pelagic life is the main attraction with schools of yellow tail, kingfish, tuna and barracuda attracting a variety of top predators. The reef is especially known for it’s large “Zambezi ”(Bull Shark) populations and has been rated as one of the world’s top shark dives.


Rocktail Bay

Maputaland, is situated on KwaZulu-Natal's north-eastern seaboard. The reefs off Island Rock / Rocktail Bay have never before been commercially dived. There are numerous pristine reefs; two known ones are Illusive and M’bibi. The diving occurs on world-class dive sites, with the possibility of seeing shoals of game fish and sharks. The coral reefs are pristine, and divers’ buoyancy will be strictly controlled to avoid the possibility of reef damage.



The Main Attraction.

Sodwana Bay lies within the Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park, a World Heritage Site. It hosts some of the most southerly coral reefs on the planet - a rare place indeed. Average visibility in the area is 15 to 20 meters, with reports of up to 40 meters.







Chanoia Caves


Lake Malawi

With its spectacular sunrises, unspoiled scenery and crystal clear waters; Lake Malawi is one of the most famous freshwater scuba diving locations in the world. The third largest lake in Africa, ninth worldwide and with a depth of up to 700 metres.
Lake Malawi boasts of over 1000 species of tropical fish - 350 of which are unique to the lake. Scuba diving in Lake Malawi is like exploring a giant aquarium and being engulfed by a rainbow of fish.



Madagascar, the big, mysterious island in the Indian Ocean between Africa and Asia, conjures up visions of discovery and adventure.
Diving is centralized off the north western coast of Nosy Be. In these waters are several smaller islands; Nosy Komba, Nosy Tanikely, Nosy Sakatia, Nosy Mitsio and Nosy Iranja. The sea life around Nosy Be is quite varied and a bit of underwater exploration is likely to reveal an array of species: boxfish, surgeonfish, triggerfish, damselfish, clownfish, yellowfin tuna, barracuda, sharks, eagle rays and manta rays, whale sharks and the humpback whales; as well as sea urchins, starfish, eels, anemones and others.




Sipidan is just a tiny 40 acre spot of jungle with a white sandy beach. But below the water, Sipadan's vertical topography and abundant marine life make it one of the world's most desired destinations.
On an average day of diving you will expect to see at least 50 Green Turtles, large schools of Barracudas, Jacks, Fusiliers & Batfish. Directly in front of the resort a mere 15m from the beach, is a vertical wall starting at a depth of 3m and plunging straight down to 600m.
Accommodation is beach chalets, simple but comfortable.




MALDIVES SPECIAL OFFER White Sands Resort & Spa (4 Star) is situated in the South Ari Atoll, and recognised as one of the top diving Islands in the Maldives. One of the few resorts that has retained the special appearance of the simple and natural atmosphere of the islands. Avoiding the traps of a "modern-city" hotel environment and giving emphasis to preserve the natural assets and relaxed ambience.



The water around Mauritius is recognised by marine biologists to be of excellent quality. A paradise for divers who also have a choice of 140 wrecks to discover amongst spectacular underwater caves and coral outcrops.



Phuket is often referred to as the 'Pearl of the South' and for scuba divers it's certainly the crown jewel of the Andaman Sea; one of the most renowned diving regions in the world.


Red Sea

UNLIMITED DIVING: 7 nights on one of the largest and most luxurious liveaboards in the southern Red Sea
Dive the remote and untouched dive sites on the Sudan border- including St.Johns.




This privately owned resort is situated on the southern tip of Mahe and is located on 12ha of undisturbed natural island environment. It is totally secluded, far away from the hustle and bustle of main roads
The most Southerly resort on Mahé, the main Island of the Seychelles.
A private beach and 8 hectares of undisturbed estate



Zanzibar is reputed to have some of the best diving in the world, and the coral reef structures that surround Unguja and Pemba ensure that the marine life is abundant. Good visibility (20 - 60 metres) and a year-round average water temperature of 27°c ensure that you enjoy your Zanzibar diving experience.