With 10 main islands, 8 additional islets and a burgeoning tourism industry, Cape Verde is a siren’s call for divers. Here you will find modern wrecks, fantastic caves and brilliantly colored reefs.
With some of the best freshwater diving in the world, Malawi is the perfect country for fine-tuning your scuba skills. Expect to see fascinating endemic species and interesting rock formations.
From the windswept mountains to the crystal sea, Mozambique offers travelers the opportunity to both summit peaks and dive with whale sharks, all in the same day.
An island away from it all, Saint Helena offers visitors a wonderful array of dives. Widely regarded as the most remote island in the world, be one of the few to explore these depths.
Tucked beneath the bulge of northern Africa, Sao Tome and Principe are some of this region’s best kept secrets. With unbelievable diving and fascinating landscapes, it would be a pity to miss out.
In South Africa you can dive with tremendous sharks and explore astounding reefs. Extensive visibility paired with abundant marine life makes South Africa the place to be.
Aquarium-like conditions combined with an array of macro and giant marine life makes Tanzania one of the world's premier dive destinations. Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia are the 3 main diving islands.