With 83% of the world’s marine fish families, an alluring mix of shipwrecks, reefs and pelagic species, and one of the top five dive sites in the world, KwaZulu-Natal is a diver’s paradise.
Vast and sparsely populated, Northern Cape welcomes visitors to South Africa’s frontier. The diving here is as wild as the landscape and features one of the deepest cave dives in the world.
While South Africa may be surrounded by oceans, some of its most exciting diving occurs inland. In the North-West Province, training opportunities abound in sink holes, lakes and former mines.
South Africa’s Western Cape is as thrilling as it comes. Dive into heavy currents with giant sharks in the southwest. Or enjoy a little less danger in the calm and colorful reefs of the south coast.
Massive sharks of many different varieties can be seen on dives in South Africa. Once a year, the sardine run along the shoreline, bringing with them shoals of ravenous marine life. During the sardine run you can see sharks, dolphin, tuna, and even humpback whales feeding. The variety of marine life on the reefs is astounding, so be sure to take a closer look.
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