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Diving in Mozambique/Hard Rock

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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]


This site is always dived from a boat.

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


Right next to Devils peak dive site



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


Visibility may be better than 15m.



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.


Suggested Routes[edit]

Follow the divemaster.

Stay safe[edit]


No site specific hazards known.


No special skills required.


No special equipment required.

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