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Dive Sites:

Dive Sites

LEVEN BANK:

An exciting deep dive for the more experienced diver (Advanced Open Water required) with a large variety of reef fish as well as big game fish like tuna or sailfish. With its steep wall Leven Bank offers some good drift diving. Average visibility of 20 meters.

HUNGA REEF:

Only a short boat ride from our dive centre, this reef offers a huge variety of reef fish at a maximum depth of 16meters. In the stunning coral formations on a sandy bottom you will find crocodile fish, stonefish and scorpion fish and many different species of flatworms and nudibranches. Ideal for underwater photography.

HUNGA REEF

NANKIVELL ROCK:

A big single coral formation at a maximum depth of 15m. Stunning coral giving shelter to an abundance of coral fish.

NANKIVELL ROCK

CHAKA TUNI:

A long stretching coral formation at a depth of 20meter with many reef fish, sometimes a turtle and some great soft and hard corals. Ideal for beginners and coral fans.

NUNGWI CORAL GARDEN:

The extension of Chaka Tuni, beautiful coral and many of the reef fish of the Indian Ocean, very often green turtles.

NUNGWI CORAL GARDEN

LEON WALL:

A dive site for the more experienced diver at a depth up to 40m. Sometimes you can see Dolphins during your dive, very often Turtles.

RAS MISIKITINI/TUMBATU ISLAND:

5 small walls from 5m to 18m, hard and soft coral, many small coral fish, blue spotted sting rays and ribbon eels amongst many others.

RAS MISIKITINI/TUMBATU ISLAND

MWANA WA MWANA / TUMBATU ISLAND:

A truly beautiful coral garden with a variety of hard and soft coral. Scorpion leaf fish, Frog fish, Ribbon eels and blue spotted stingrays are amongst the usual tropical coral fish you can find on this dive site.

MWANA WA MWANA / TUMBATU ISLAND

SHANES REEF

At a maximum depth of 18 meters you can find the rare Mauritius- and weedy scorpionfish, leaf fish in all colours, sea horses and frog fish. A treasure hunting place for underwater photography.

MBWANGAWA

A huge hard coral formation surrounded by stunning soft coral at a depth of 16 meters.

MBWANGAWA

MISOLI:

An ideal dive site for beginners with a maximum depth of 18meters. A reef of mushroom coral with big starfish, reef fish, moray eels and some big turtles.

KICHAFI & HAJI:

A sloping reef running parallel to the north east coast from 10m to 18m. A big variety of hard and soft coral a big section of plate coral giving habitat to all coral fish and green turtles.

KICHAFI & HAJI

MNEMBA ATOLL:

The Atoll surrounding the small island Mnemba offers a variety of different dive sites. Mnemba sometimes offer the incredible visibility of 40m, year average 20m+.

INDIAN GATE (MNEMBA ATOLL):

Flat sandy bottom on 18meter depth dropping to 45 m. Many fish, Hawksbill and Green Turtles and sometimes White tip reef sharks.

THE BIG WALL (MNEMBA ATOLL):

A steep decent to 20m and then a vertical drop down to 60 meters. Only for advanced and experienced divers. Reef sharks, schools of big Barracudas, Rays and Tuna. Due to the currents often an exciting drift dive.

SMALL WALL (MNEMBA ATOLL):

On a flat sandy bottom in 20m a variety of corals giving shelter to many colourful coral fish.

KICHWANI SPOT (MNEMBA ATOLL):

Dive from 10 to 40meters. Many colourful coral formations with an abundance of tropical reef fish. Big Napoleon fish, Reef shark, Trumpet fish, Trevally and Grouper, Oriental Sweet lips and Rays.

KICHWANI SPOT (MNEMBA ATOLL)

WATTABOMI (MNEMBA ATOLL):

A dive site suitable to novice and advance divers with a depth of 15 to 25m. Amongst others you will see Lion fish, Moray eels, Stingrays, Octopus and big Groupers.The highlight of Wattabomi is the number of resident turtles.

WATTABOMI (MNEMBA ATOLL)