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.



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


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


Visibility of 15 to 20m is common


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


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
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.



Follow the Divemaster.

Stay safe[edit]


No known site specific hazards


No special skills required


No special equipment required

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