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Shark Divers South Africa

Associations Organisation Scuba Diving (English)
Company description WHY THIS TRIP???? The big beasts? Emphasis on seeing sharks? Small personal groups? Had enough coral and cute little fish for the moment? Tired of seeing other dive groups underwater? Want some adventurous diving but still feel safe? Peter Oakes and Vanessa Shaw invite you to the diving holiday of a lifetime. As your hosts, we ensure your stay is unequalled from arrival to departure. We collect you from the airport, transfer you, dive with you, accompany you in the Kruger National Park, take you into Mozambique and then see you off at the airport at the end of your holiday. Protea Banks offers a first hand opportunity to dive with probably the largest number of different species of shark on a diving holiday. For information on which time of year different species frequent the Banks, please see under the heading `When to Come` The Kruger National Park offers a possibility of the big five and introduces you to a genuine African Safari without taking up too much dive time. Mozambique has giant Indian Ocean Manta Rays, huge Potato Bass, Dolphins, secluded pristine white beaches, Humpback Whales and in season, Whale Sharks.

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Information on accommodations, dive sites, rates and contacts, along with a photo and video gallery.

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PO Box 6008 Walm
Spoken language(s): English
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