Both the Giant Manta and Reef Manta species on our recent Manta Dive. We were also joined by two black tip sharks, a honeycomb stingray and turtle.
Newly qualified Open Water student, Reynhardt Duvenage wrote and performed his own version of Sweet Home Alabama so show his thanks for a great week here!!
This Saturday we were fortunate enough to spot a Zambezi (also known as ‘Bull’ Shark) on Manta! Despite Manta being one of the top ten dive sites in the world, […]
On Sunday we took a group on clients to one of our local reefs, Devils Peak onto Hard Rock. Towards the end of the dive, the 5 of us left […]
The only cooperative, interspecies hunting behaviour recorded between fish occurs in Guinjata Bay! It is a unique behaviour as yet largely unknown to the world of marine biology. Moray eels, […]
Nudibranches are minute, slug-like molluscs that are dotted over the floors of all the oceans, from Antarctica to the Florida Keys, and Mozambique to the Arctic. Officially, they are shell-less […]
Marbled electric rays, scientifically known as Torpedo Marmorata, accompany us on many of our local dives, but this week we have come across a considerable number of them! They are […]
CUTTLEFISH FACTFILE Cuttlefish are from the same family as Octopodes and Squid, belonging to the class Cephalopoda. They are cephalods (meaning “head-footed”), as have only two distinct body parts: the […]
Anemonefish, otherwise recognised as ‘nemo’ fish, are abundant on our local and deep dive sites. They are feisty fish and not afraid of divers, often straying unusually far (up to […]
Last Friday we went with a group of guests staying with us at Casa Do Mar, and spent the afternoon by the Estuary close to Inhambane, near Pansy Island. We loaded […]