•  

    Africa

    A big continent known for big animals, Africa underwater offers scuba divers big thrills. At the top is Egypt, the gateway to world class diving on the Red Sea’s coral reefs. At the bottom is South Africa where you find tropical reefs in the northeast and temperate rocky reefs in the west, including sites with the potential to see really big critters. In between, along Africa’s vast coast, you’ll find scuba divers exploring amazing underwater seascapes. There are a lot of adventures to choose from when visiting Africa.

  • Egypt, one of the world’s oldest civilizations, bears testament to some of mankind’s earliest triumphs. The pyramids of Cairo are one of the Seven Wonders of the World and the nearby Museum of Egyptian Antiquities houses the legendary treasures of Tutankhamen.

    Read more...
    Mention Mozambique and most scuba divers immediately think megafauna. Whale sharks and manta rays prowl the plankton rich water year round and humpback whales pass by on their way through the Mozambique Channel from the Antarctic. 

    Read more...
    Capping the southern tip of the sprawling continent of Africa is a diverse, multicultural nation with a 2735-kilometer/1700-mile coastline on two oceans.

    Read more...
    True dive enthusiasts are geography experts at heart. That’s because the world’s best scuba diving locations sometimes read like a who’s who of exotic global locations.

    Read more...