A land of extremes, and most importantly for scuba divers, Tanzania is enclosed on all sides by water: the Indian Ocean to the east and the Great Rift Valley lakes of Africa (Victoria, Tanganyika, and Malawi) to the north-west, west, and south-west. Shore diving, boat diving, live aboard opportunities, lake diving… these activities allow all levels of divers to get involved!
Pemba Island is Tanzania’s northernmost Indian Ocean island. With colourful reefs surrounded by an amazing cast of fish, this remote coral sea atoll consists of a few fabulous individual dive sites. North Horn is renowned for its sharks – whitetips, grey whales, silvertips, and the occasional hammerhead!
Mnemba Atoll in Zanzibar has an atoll system teeming with fish! It offers drift and wall diving with excellent visibility.
Leven Bank located off the northern tip of Zanzibar, this location is for the more advanced divers who are seeking a unique experience in the wide-open ocean! This area is populated by big game fish, tuna and barracuda.
Mafia Island's stunning reefs that are universally acclaimed! This is an excellent diving destination, where some of the richest reefs in the world provide an exceptional variety of corals and a large diversity of tropical fish.