Diving safari in Sodwana Bay

General information
The reef of Sodwana Bay is about 80,000 years old and is the habitat of no less than 1,200 different fish species. For comparison: the Great Barrier Reef is approximately 10x as large and has approximately 1,800 different fish species! In addition to the tropical fish, you can also come across turtles, rays and sharks during the dive.

In the months of December-February you can really fall in love with your nose, whale sharks are found here and in the months of June-October you have the chance to spot humpback whales during your dive. If that is not a cherry on a diver’s cake!

Note: this dive safari is for experienced divers. Did you not dive for a year or more? This is not a problem, but it is mandatory to book a ‘refresher’ course, ask us about the surcharge.


From€ 223
Daily (not bookable: 13 December 2018 to 11 January 2019, 21 March to 8 April 2019 and 19 to 22 April 2019)
Not included
Not included
Kwazulu Natal
Coral Divers, Sodwana Bay
Coral Divers, Sodwana Bay
  • 3 nights in an ensuite chalet based on bed, breakfast and dinner (family ensuite chalets can be booked at an additional cost and the other room types at a discount)
  • 5 dives at 2 Mile Reef
  • Rent diving equipment
  • Trasport to Coral Divers, Sodwana Bay
  • Entrance fees and conservation fee iSimangaliso park
  • Personal expenses and fees
  • Possibly refresher course
  • Possibly surcharge for diving in other places, to be arranged on site
Day 1 -
You can check in at your chalet with its own bathroom at 14:00. You will stay here for the next three nights. The rest of the afternoon is at your leisure to relax and explore the area.
You are expected at the bar at 6:45 PM. You will meet your Dive Master and will discuss your dives. There is also time to sort out and fit your diving equipment. Then you can join immediately for dinner.
Day 2-3: 2 Mile Reef -
Day 4 -
Additional information - roomtypes -


p.o.a. = Price on request