Where else in the world can you combine fantastic diving with the chance to see some amazing wildlife?
Welcome to Africa.... from the Atlantic coast to the Indian ocean, Africa offers some world class dive sites from Sodwana's
pristine tropical reefs, Kenya
's fringing coral reefs, Madagascar
's barrier reef and the wrecks in the cold waters of Cape Peninsula
Africa is the second largest continent in the world. Its highest point is Tanzania's Mt. Kilimanjaro, the world's highest free-standing mountain and the Nile, the world's longest river. Africa is bounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, by the Red Sea to the northeast and by the Indian Ocean to the southeast.
Africa: Latest User Reviews
Thanks to Scubacaribe, Sal for the best diving ever
Scuba Caribe - Hotel Riu Funana, Cape Verde
Added: 14th May 2013 by diver123
We stayed in the hotel Funana, and went diving with Scubacaribe, whe had such a great time with the team.
We did some amaxing drift dives, went to the Wreck Sant Antao, all dives spots had a lot of fich. Some turtles and some sharks whe seen on the White Reef. ...
a complete disaster
M/Y Felicidad II, Africa
Added: 5th May 2013 by sc2111
I've been on this M/Y for a recent scuba diving trip in Sudan.
The ship is a total disaster.
It's old, dirty and in bad condition.
The dive master, Marina, does really not know what a scuba dive guide is.
She was not a guide to us but simply taking her dives while "...
CaboVerdeDiving, Cape Verde
Added: 16th April 2013 by olga2710
My partner and I completed our AOWD and Specialty Deep Diver courses with Cabo Verde Diving in April 2013. We had absolutely amazing experience! Our course was very carefully planned and outstandingly delivered. We appreciated the dedicated approach of our instructor Guido Resca. He takes a great amount of time...
Aqua Africa, Malawi
Added: 21st February 2013 by malawimixer
This beautiful little dive school is tucked away in Nkhata bay. The diving was so relaxing and the clouds of colourful cichlids and mouthbreeders made it a truly memorable. The night dive was like no dive I have ever done before with the dolphin fish following us on the hunt....
How not to go snorkelling
Amoray Diving, South Africa
Added: 16th December 2012 by janesmith543
I recently had the worst snorkelling experience of my (somewhat long) life with Amoray Diving at Sodwana Bay in South Africa. We booked the snorkelling trip through our hotel stressing that we just wanted to snorkel.
We arrived at the beach on time to be greeted by Rob – who told...
Excellent Dive Club!
Coral Diving Club, Madagascar
Added: 18th November 2012 by JenGlenn
We found Coral Diving to be an excellent dive centre with good facilities and a high standard of dive equipment. I dived two days and found Richard to be fun, friendly and very knowledgeable. He was also very accommodating as my wife does not dive - she joined us on...
Diving the Crab - Headquarters, Kenya
Added: 13th November 2012 by jander4454
We were 8 UK and Ireland scientific divers carrying out bio-diversity research and were magnificantly served by Diving the Crab. Excellent staff, guides and boat staff made our preparations and diving effortless and allowed us maximum time on the bottom to carry out our observations.
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