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Southern Mozambique Diving

When & Where | Dive information | How to get there

When and Where ?

There is a place in southern Mozambique, which borders onto South Africa, which offers the most spectacular shark diving. The dive site that pops to the forefront of the mind is “Pinnacles”.

Pinnacles is alive with action in the summer months spanning December – May, with water temperatures averaging 23 - 27ºC. The depth of this site averages from 29m (top) down to 46m.

Many shark species can be sighted on this diverse site and these are:

  • Bull / Zambezi shark
  • Tiger shark
  • Oceanic white tip
  • Great White shark
  • Hammerhead shark
  • Silvertip shark
  • Blacktip shark

Other exciting sightings are:

  • Barracuda
  • Wahoo
  • Giant kingfish – the entire kingfish species can be seen
  • Manta Rays
  • Devil Rays
  • Spotted eagle rays

Dive Information

Southern Mozambique has around 15 dive sites to choose from, with a variety of depths & topography and caters for all dive interests.

How to get there

Southern Mozambique diving is just a hop over the border from the Maputaland KZN coast. It is within easy reach of Sodwana Bay & Rocktail Bay diving.

Shark Awareness Courses

Why not take a trip with us to Southern Mozambique in the summer and learn more about Bull and/or Blacktip sharks, with the possibility of Tiger shark sightings?

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