Scuba diving in South Africa and Mozambique: March 4-13, 2018

 

Scuba Dive South Africa and Mozambique with DIVEIndia Outbound

For the first time ever, Outbound visits two countries as part of the same dive trip. Our main aim for this trip is to spot as many of the different species of large sharks that roam this area. Some of the highlight species on our list include Ragged Tooth sharks, Bull sharks, Tiger Sharks, Hammerheads, Grey reef, silvertip and blacktip sharks. In addition to this, the two locations offer a chance to see sting rays, large pelagics such as Sailfish and Marlin, as well as plentiful reef life.

 

Dates

4 – 13 March, 2018

Duration

10 days and 9 nights.

Required Certification Level:

SSI Advanced Adventurer \ PADI Advanced Open Water diver. Due to the challenging nature of some of the dive sites, a minimum of 20 dives experience is recommended.

For the following reasons, we will not be able to conduct any courses during this trip unfortunately.

Location

South Africa and Mozambique, for viewing the larger animals that roam the Indian Ocean.

For reasons of comedy, and in an effort to pay homage to the DIVEIndia mid dive snack, we will henceforth refer to this trip as Outbound: SAMOZA 2018. * Quit laughing at the back there! 😛

The trip has been timed for March because this time of year has slightly warmer conditions that are conducive for the summer sharks such as hammereads, tigersharks and bull sharks.

Our diving in Mozambique takes place on the reefs between Ponta Do Ouro, Ponta Malongane & Ponta Mamoli which offers some more shark & reef diving. The dive sites range between 10- meters and 35-meters and are home to a huge variety of other marine life including many shark species, dolphin, turtles, manta rays, devil rays, eagle rays, ribbontail rays, moray eels, game fish, reef fish & more.

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