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South Africa Scuba Diving and TravelSouth Africa is probably best known for breathtaking safaris and game parks, but the diving and snorkeling is excellent and varied with fish and other marine life that isn’t found anywhere else in the world. You can find true coral reefs on the eastern side of South Africa along the beautiful coastline of the KwaZulu-Natal where shoals of dolphins and the occasional whale shark could become your most memorable encounters.

Traveling southwards along small beautiful bays and rough majestic points you feel the rush of the wild unpredictable coastal stretch. Many ships have come to a final rest scattered around here - particular around the Cape Peninsula. If wreck diving is not your style, lobster hunting and spearfishing is very popular in this area - or try swimming in the beautiful kelp forests that can be reached easily from the shore.

If you are looking for the ultimate adrenalin dive, getting acquainted with the Great Whites on a cage dive out of Cape Town is another option.

Climate: Nov-Jan: Hot & Dry, May-Jul: Cool
Water Temp: 69F - 71F (21-22C)

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