South Africa diving holidays
Big fish and big sharks...
Tailor-made South Africa Diving Holidays
South Africa is truly a year-round destination. It can be hot and dry, cool and wet but each season delivers something unique and incredible, above and below the water. South Africa diving holidays allow much for intrepid travellers to explore; over 21 National Parks, eight World Heritage Sites, Big Five game reserves and kilometres of pristine coastline offering adventures from shark diving to surfing. South Africa is one of the great multi-centre dive holiday destinations. A fantastic holiday experience for varied and unique diving.
What divers say
“Loads to do in Cape Town and the local diving is a must. Great whites, whales and seals, really different but accessible and easy. Definitely go back. Check out Muizenberg for local surf and great cafes.”
“Aliwal Shoal is a must. Sharks in the open ocean, wow.”
Get up close to wildlife in Hluhluwe Game Reserve. You’ll be based at ScubaAddicts Lodge & Dive Centre in South Africa and ScubaAddicts Lodge & Dive Centre in Mozambique.
MEXICO – COZUMEL
9 – 20 November 2019
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Because we’re not a mass tourism company, you’ll get a highly personalised service. Think of us as your personal travel consultant – don’t be shy, ask us for anything and leave the rest to us.
Love sharks? Can’t get enough of wrecks? Maybe you want to experience something new. Our knowledgeable team are here to help you get the best out of your next dive holiday.
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The Dive Diaries
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