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This article is intended to provide the already qualified Scuba diver with information which will help to plan dives in the inland waters of South Africa, whether as a local resident or a visitor. Information is provided without prejudice, and is not guaranteed accurate or complete. Use it at your own risk.  
  
 
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The inland dive sites are spread over a large area and include:
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*[[Diving inland in South Africa/Badgat|Badgat]]: &mdash; a flooded asbestos mine near [[Nelspruit]] in [[Mpumalanga]] province.
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*[[Diving inland in South Africa/Bass Lake|Bass Lake]]: &mdash; A disused dolomite quarry near [[Meyerton]] south of [[Johannesburg]] in [[Gauteng]]
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*[[Diving inland in South Africa/Boesmansgat|Boesmansgat]]: &mdash; also a sinkhole, near [[Kuruman]] in the [[Northern Cape]] Province.
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*[[Diving inland in South Africa/Miracle Waters|Miracle Waters]]: &mdash; a flooded chromium mine near [[Brits]] in the [[North West Province]]
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*[[Diving inland in South Africa/Marico Oog|Marico Oog]]: &mdash; a spring between Rustenburg, Zeerust and Lichtenburg, in [[North Western Province]]
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*[[Diving inland in South Africa/Wondergat|Wondergat]]: &mdash; a dolomite sinkhole near [[Mafikeng]] in the [[North West Province]]  
 
   
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 08:56, 8 January 2012

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This article is intended to provide the already qualified Scuba diver with information which will help to plan dives in the inland waters of South Africa, whether as a local resident or a visitor. Information is provided without prejudice, and is not guaranteed accurate or complete. Use it at your own risk.

Understand[edit]

General topography[edit]

Climate, weather and water conditions[edit]

Aquatic ecology[edit]

Equipment[edit]

Respect[edit]

Contact[edit]

Get around[edit]

Stay safe[edit]

Dive sites[edit]

The inland dive sites are spread over a large area and include:

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