Mozambique’s 2,500 kilometre coastline is full of life due to the Agulhas Current, without which much of Southern Africa would be barren. This unique current not only provides inland Africa with badly needed moisture, but also allows for some of the most spectacular diving in the world. The waters around Tofo, the unofficial diving capital of Mozambique, are teaming with biodiversity making it possible for Whale Shark sightings, Giant Mantas, Sting Rays, Dolphins, Dugongs, and seasonal Humpbacks.
There is a dazzling array of soft and hard corals and the ever present prospect of an exploratory dive as new reef discoveries occur here every year. Praia do Tofo is truly the unexplored jewel of the Indian Ocean.
While many top diving destinations suffer from overcrowding and reef exhaustion, Tofo remains largely undeveloped. This total lack of commercialism lends to the daily rediscovery of the natural beauty that is Mozambique.
All dive trips are launched from shore so the excitement for our divers begins immediately. Once you’ve pushed the pontoon boat past the breakers and everyone is secured in the vessel, be prepared for a stunning journey through the bay to one of several close or far reefs where your guide will begin to introduce you to the treasures buried beneath the waters of Tofo.
Water temperatures range from 20C in winter to 30C in the summer months. Visibility is an average 15 m for the year with ranges between 5 m to as much as 40 m during our clearer months, typically between April and October.
Whether you’re on your thousandth dive or going under for the first time, Tofo will live up to its reputation and surpass your expectations. Come and experience the underwater magic of Mozambique’s coastline!
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