If you love traveling, if you are in for new adventures and you like diving, you have to visit South Africa and Mozambique!
This website is for divers that would like to know more about what South Africa and Mozambique have to offer. We want to help you find accommodation, great dive clubs, safe routes and provide you with practical tips. We, Sander and Kim are the owners of Kurhula Wildlife Lodge near the Kruger Park (the largest nature reserve of South Africa and host to the big five) since 2008 and a new to open B&B (2018) in Freeland Park, Kwazulu Natal.
We love to dive and dived in Belgium, Egypt, Galapagos Ilands, Germany,Honduras, Maldives, Malta, Mozambique, The Netherlands, Soedan, South Africa and Zanzibar. With more than 10 years of experience, both dive masters and our love for nature, we believe we can offer you the trip of a life time.
In Kwazulu Natal, near Umkomaas we have Aliwal Shoal, which is a rocky reef with the remains of an ancient sand dune approximately 5 kilometres off the coast. The reef is inhabited by many kinds of hard and soft corals and a variety of tropical and subtropical fish species. There are two wrecks near the reef that are popular recreational dive sites. Aliwal Shoal has diverse marine life including large predators and is popular as a recreational scuba diving destination. The Shoal is known especially for its abundance of Grey nurse sharks (known locally as ragged tooth sharks or "raggies").
Mozambiques long Indian Ocean coastline offers a great variety of diving and snorkling destinations. Even if you are not a diver, Mozambique is an amazing country to visit. While the divers are enjoying the depths of the deep blue sea the non-divers can enjoy the beach, snorkel or join other activities. So get your (dive) buddies together and contact us!
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