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Diving in Mozambique/Devils Peak

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The dive site Devils Peak is an inshore, rocky reef with coral in the Guinjata Bay area, near Inhambane in Southern Mozambique.


Understand[edit]

Position[edit]

  • S24°04.297’ E35°30.261’
  • Bearings: About 700m to 800m magnetic East of the launch site at Guinjata Bay



Depth[edit]

Maximum depth is about 19m. and the top of the reef is about 14m.

Visibility[edit]

Visibility of 15 to 20m is common

Topography[edit]

Sand bottom at about 16m with reef up to about 14m. Fairly steep sides mostly. Swimthroughs, some overhangs and potholes.


Conditions[edit]

Water temperature may be about 25°C


Get in[edit]

This site is always accessed by boat.

The site is about (distance)km from Guinjata Bay beach launch site.


See[edit][add listing]

Coral and sponges
Cushion star
Daisy soft coral
False stonefish in a cup sponge
Nudibranch Glossodoris cinta
Shrimps
Spotted starfish

Marine life[edit]

Cleaner shrimp, nudibranchs, starfish, sea cucumbers, long spined urchins, porcelain crabs, carpet anemones, fan hydroid, whip coral, egg cowry, clownfish.


Photography[edit]

Routes[edit]

Follow the Divemaster.

Stay safe[edit]

Hazards[edit]

No known site specific hazards

Skills[edit]

No special skills required

Equipment[edit]

No special equipment required

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