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Africa

Welcome to Africa… from the Atlantic coast to the Indian ocean, Africa offers some world class dive sites from Sodwana’s pristine tropical reefs, Kenya’s fringing coral reefs, Madagascar’s barrier reef and the wrecks in the cold waters of Cape Peninsula. Some of Africa’s underwater highlights:

Best Scuba Diving in Africa

Saint Helena

You can expect warm, mild temperatures throughout the year, as well as exceptional visibility. Rain, however, makes quite an appearance in June and July, so it’s best to avoid diving during this time because of the runoff from the mainland.The most famous dives on Saint Helena are the two wrecks found off the mainland. Papanui, the wreck of a coal ship, is located in...

Cape Verde

At the meeting between tropical waters and Atlantic currents, Cape Verde is a wonderland for divers of all levels. Diving in the country is still in its infancy but the plethora of marine life and variety of underwater environments mean this country is sure to become one of the top dive destinations in the world. Diving is so far possible on 3 of the 10 inhabited...

Malawi

Malawi is reputedly home to some of the best freshwater diving in the world. The large Lake Malawi is perfect for all levels of diver and especially suited to those beginning their scuba adventure or learning new skills. It has very little current and no swells. In addition, it is home to interesting rock formations and is unexpectedly colorful, with hundreds of...

Sao Tome And Principe

The visibility on the islands is clearest from December to March, and you can expect lovely warm water during this time. Awesome dives await off the coast of Sao Tome. The pinnacles of Pedra and Dahlo are excellent places to see huge barracuda. The two formations poke above the surface, stretching to meet the sun. You can see octopi in the cracks, as well as a...