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Diving in Mozambique/Hard Rock

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


Get in[edit]

Access[edit]

This site is always dived from a boat.

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

Position[edit]

Right next to Devils peak dive site


Understand[edit]

Depth[edit]

Maximum depth is about 24m. and the top of the reef is about (depth)m. Average depth is likely to be about 17m.

Visibility[edit]

Visibility may be better than 15m.

Topography[edit]

Conditions[edit]

See[edit][add listing]

Blue sea cucumber
Geometric moray
Well camouflaged scorpion fish
Spiky starfish
Orange starfish

Marine life[edit]

Whip corals, "Daisy" soft coral, various hard and soft corals, plate corals, Blotcheye soldier, Spotted tang, Devil firefish, Red armpit star, Painted rock lobster, Geographic moray , 6 stripe soapfish, Brownburnie, Nudibranchs, Tiger cowrie, smooth blue starfish, smooth pinky orange starfish, Chocolate dip Chromis, Seawhip goby, Brittle star, white feather duster worm, Shrimps.


Photography[edit]

Suggested Routes[edit]

Follow the divemaster.

Stay safe[edit]

Hazards[edit]

No site specific hazards known.

Skills[edit]

No special skills required.

Equipment[edit]

No special equipment required.

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