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Diving Aliwal Shoal

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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 waters of Aliwal Shoal, 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.


General Topography

Climate, Weather and Sea conditions

The Marine Ecology




Get Around

Most of the dive charter boats are large RIB's carrying 10 to 16 divers. A divemaster and skipper are generally the crew, though extra hands may be provided at the launch site to help launch the baot and move dive kit. Depending on conditions, the boats may launch and land on the seashore, or use the river mouth. Parts of the boat trip may be rough.

Stay Safe

Dive Sites

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