Diving in Africa

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    Boesmansgat South Africa

    Boesmansgat, also known in English as "Bushman's Hole", is believed to be the third-deepest submerged freshwater cave (or sinkhole) in the world, approximately 270 metres deep. It is located in the Northern Cape province of South Africa.On January 8, 2005, famed deep cave diver Dave Shaw died while…
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    Booby Island Praslin Island, Seychelles

    Boris Sal, Cape Verde Islands

    Boris is a nice wreck. Its a Russian boat who sunk during bad weather
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    Brayka Bay Housereef North Marsa Alam, Egypt

    Brayka Bay Housereef South Marsa Alam, Egypt

    Buffels Bay Cape Town, South Africa

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    Buracona Sal, Cape Verde Islands

    Big cave approximately 30 ft. in diameter. Cave entrance is about 25m deep.

    Caravelle Grand Bay, Mauritius

    Carina Wreck Gubal Strait, Egypt

    Carraba Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    Sandy bottom. Visibility may be affected by fines suspended in the water even in winter.Coral reef with variety of small fish.
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    Castle Rocks Cape Town, South Africa

    Castle Rocks cleans up with a North westerly and South Westerly wind,and on good days the viz is more than 20meters.Next to the Castle Rocks are some smaller rocks that curve out to sea creating a sheltered bay.The sheltered Bay varies in depth from 3-7meters and is ideal for snorkelling and…
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    Castle Rocks Cape Town, South Africa

    Castle Rocks cleans up with a North westerly and South Westerly wind,and on good days the viz is more than 20meters.Next to the Castle Rocks are some smaller rocks that curve out to sea creating a sheltered bay.The sheltered Bay varies in depth from 3-7meters and is ideal for snorkelling and…

    Cavala Sal, Cape Verde Islands

    Nice 40 meter + dive site. Cave where there are different kind of fishes to see
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    Cave Reef Saint Johns, Egypt

    shallow reef system

    Chale Reef Chale Reef, Kenya

    Good corals, turtles.

    Channel Rock Praslin Island, Seychelles

    Big granite rocks covered with sponges and corals. Saw eagle rays, turtles, white tips sharks, napoleons, octopus...Good spot to meet whale sharks during the right season.

    Charlies Point Nosy Be, Madagascar

    Great dive site with almost no people around. The warm waters of the Mozambique Current ensure great marine diversity. Since the dive site is sheltered by Nosy Sakatia on one side and Nosy Be on the other no current!!

    Cheminey Rock Praslin Island, Seychelles

    Chilli Drop Grand Bay, Mauritius

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    Chrisoula K Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Greek cargo Chrisoula K sunk 31st August 1981.She is easy accessible between 18 and 25 meters and the main loading area is probably the most beautiful place to see. The loading (wine bottles and copper plates) is still stacked neatly inside.Sizes: Length: 98m, Width: 14.8m, Draught: 9m

    Conception Arena Mahe Island, Seychelles

    Huge granite boulders
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    Confetti Bay Grand Bay, Mauritius

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    Coral Garden Dahab, Egypt

    Beautiful coral garden.

    Coral Garden Grand Bay, Mauritius

    This magnificent site consists of large rock structures forming giant steps, hosting hard and soft corals. In addition to all the typical tropical fish here you'll find larger fish,including spotted eagle ray and southern stingray, nurse sharks, and green murrays;and also gourgonian fan coral is…

    Coral Garden Housereef Safaga, Egypt

    Coral Gardens Inner Islands, Seychelles

    Coraya Beach Housereef North Marsa Alam, Egypt

    Coraya Beach Housereef South Marsa Alam, Egypt

    Corsair Wall Grand Bay, Mauritius

    Dahara Marsa Alam, Egypt

    Dahrat Abid North Sudan, Sudan

    There is the rest of a wooden fishing boat on the northen side. The southern part is full of soft corals.

    Dahrat Ghab Suakin Islands, Sudan

    The southern tip offers a great dive site: Superb living corals, sharks and mantas!

    Diver's Alley Hurghada, Egypt

    Down at 40 meters there is a protrusion of the reef with an opening about 10 meters long that you can swim through. The top of this "cave" is at 40m, and it goes down to 49m. After going through, it's a nice swim along the reef.Also good for drift diving as the currents can be strong here.
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    Djabeda wreck Round Island and the North Islands, Mauritius

    The Djabeda is the wreck of a Japanese fishing boat lying upright on the sandy bottom. The wreck has been damaged slightly over the years and debris can be seen strewn across the sandy floor. The site is full of king fish, moray eels, trigger fish, stone fish, lion fish, parrot fish, leaf fish and…

    Dombwe Island Beach Dombwe Island Beach, Malawi

    Cichlids living in empty snails. Muddy area. Poor vis.

    Domina Coral Bay reef Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    Plenty to see at this dive site, and the staff will take all your kit to the pontoon.

    Dredger Wreck Mahe Island, Seychelles

    The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.Possibilities to see pepper and…

    Dunas Sal, Cape Verde Islands

    nice stop for a second dive
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    Dunraven Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The "Dunraven" was a steam and sail powered vessel with an iron hull and wooden decks. She was built in Newcastle upon Tyne (England) and launched in 1873. The ship was 80 m long, had a beam of 10 m and displaced 1.613 tons. She had two masts with a topsail-schooner rigging and a coal-fired 140 hp…
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    Dyer Island Dyer and Geyser Island, South Africa

    Great White Sharks dive in shark cage