Diving in Mozambique

Dive Guide for Mozambique

Scuba diving in Mozambique offers amazing underwater adventures, thanks to its stunning coral reefs, diverse marine life, and crystal-clear waters. The country’s coastline stretches along the Indian Ocean and is dotted with prime dive sites.

Divers can expect encounters with majestic whale sharks, graceful manta rays, and playful dolphins, as well as seasonal visits from humpback whales. The vibrant coral gardens and the abundant marine biodiversity make Mozambique a haven for underwater photographers and marine biologists alike.

Mozambique's dive sites cater to all levels of experience, from beginner-friendly shallow reefs to deeper, more challenging dives for advanced divers. Local dive operators provide a range of services, including equipment rental, guided dives, and boat trips, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience. With its unique blend of big marine life, vibrant coral reefs, and excellent diving conditions, Mozambique is a top destination for those looking to explore the beauty of the Indian Ocean.

Mozambique Dive Sites

Types of dives in Mozambique

Boat Deep (80ft/24.5m) Salt water Cavern Swim through Current Drift Snorkel site Technical Wall Surge

Water Temperature

When to dive in Mozambique

The best diving conditions are typically found from April to December when the waters are warm and visibility is at its peak. January to March is still good for diving but this period may see more rainfall and potentially reduced visibility.

Essential Gear

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High visibility design

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