For locals and internationals

We facilitate trips to the coast once a month (We also do custom trips as long as you have 4 or more people) we not only do diving trips around South Africa but we also give the authentic African experience from the city to the bushveld with experts in diving and game ranging.

We organise all dives, gear and accomodation as needed, for very large groups we offer transport from 3rd party companies.

Sodwana Bay

Sodwana Bay is a fantastic, year-round dive destination that lies within the boundaries of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. This stretch of coast provides a vast array of unspoilt coral reefs populated with a huge diversity of Indo-Pacific fish species & invertebrates.

Sodwana Bay reefs have the most southern coral reef formations in Africa. The breathtaking hard and soft corals grow on a sandstone base structure that is unique to true coral reef structures. Due to the sandstone base structure reefs tend to be flat with low pinnacles, shallow drop-offs, gullies and range in depth from 6m to 100m.

Sodwana reefs are home to 1200 species of fish – you can see almost everything if you dive here often enough. As well as fish, you will find turtles, rays and sharks on any of the dive sites.

Aliwal Shoal (The Shark Park)

The Aliwal Shoal is a rocky reef which is the remains of an ancient sand dune approximately 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) off the coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The reef is inhabited by many kinds of hard and soft corals and a variety of tropical and subtropical fish species. Aliwal Shoal was named after the near-sinking in 1849 of the three-masted vessel “Aliwal”, captained by James Anderson. There are two wrecks near the reef that are popular recreational dive sites. Aliwal Shoal has diverse marine life, including large predators, and is popular as a recreational scuba diving destination. The Shoal is known especially for its abundance of Grey nurse sharks (known locally as ragged tooth sharks or “raggies”) between July and November when the sharks congregate there to mate. The reef is around 2,5km’s long by 1km wide, thus making for various dive sites ranging from 12m deep to around 27m deep. The wrecks are 32m & 27m deep. Popular Dive Sites are Cathedral 27m Raggies Cave 16m Chunnel Cave 14m North Sands 16m Inside Edge 24m Outside Edge 27m MV Produce Wreck 32m SS Nebo 27m We also have some tek diving to be done on MS Griqualand at 60m and the Mary Kate at 60m