Zanzibar - Buccaneer Diving
Buccaneer Diving Zanzibar is located in Paje on the wonderful South East coast of Zanzibar Island. Away from the overcrowded beaches of Kiwengwa, Nungwi, and Kendwa, Paje is renown for its stunning beaches, unspoilt village life, small sized guesthouses and lodges. The stretch reaching from kizimkazi (south point of island, famous for dolphin spotting) through jambiani, paje, bwejuu, dongwe to michamvi (which is situated on the eastern tip of chwaka bay), is often refered to as the secret sea.
Zanzibar - Divine Diving
Experience divine diving in Zanzibar’s crystal blue waters and pristine white beaches.
Explore over 25 different dive sites with a variety of abundant, vibrant, colourful corals and marine life. Divine Diving is one of the very few uniquely combined yoga and dive centers in the world. We offer free optional breathing technique classes to improve your air consumption to enjoy a more relaxed dive.
We are a professional 5* PADI Dive Center
Just beyond where the cool, azure waters lap the desert shores, lie beautiful reefs, millions of fish, fantastic visibility, sheltered reefs, towers, pinnacles, walls, coral gardens and wrecks. They all send a siren call to scuba divers and mark the Red Sea as a world-class scuba diving destination. No matter how impressive the above-water attractions, the real jewel in the Egyptian crown has to be the simply staggering diving in the Red Sea.
Protea Banks is situated 7.5km out to sea from Shelly Beach. The reef lies at a depth of between 27 and 40 meters. It is about 6km long and 800m wide.
Essentially a fossilised sandbank which comes up from 60m. Generations of local fisherman have made a living at Protea, whilst Scuba Divers have come face to face with Sharks and Game Fish since the early 1990's.
Protea Banks is one of the richest Tuna grounds in the world which explains why it is so strongly frequented by Zambezi Sharks
Sodwana Bay is a beautiful unspoilt jewel on the east coast of South Africa.
Discover Sodwana Bay's rich natural bio diversity and activities such as scuba diving, fishing, turtle tours, ocean tours and much more.
From tented campsites to luxurious guesthouses, hotels and lodges, you will be able to meet what ever level of comfort you desire.
Ponta do Ouro
You can dive all these sites form Ponta Do Ouro & Ponta Malangane and all the dive charters will take you there. The dive sites already discovered cater for all dive certification levels and vary in depth from 10 meters to 40 meters. The water temperature ranges between 20-26 degrees Celsius.
Diving is very popular here between the months of October to April but that doesn’t mean that the winter months aren’t just as good.