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Diving in Mozambique/Greentree Reef

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The dive site Greentree Reef is an offshore rocky reef with coral, in the Guinjata Bay area near Inhambane in Southern Mozambique.




Water temperature can be 25°C

Get in[edit]

The site is only accessible by boat.

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Marine life[edit]

Manta, devil ray, Goldies, Scorpion fish, Boxy, Blue and yellow sea cucumber, Feather stars. Bushy yellow hydroid colonies, red armpit star, red spined star, Long black spined red sea urchins, Green tree coral, Thistle soft coral, Variety of sponges, sea fans, colonial squirts.



No particular route recommended

Stay safe[edit]


No site specific hazards known


No special skills required.


No special equipment recommended.

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