Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Inhambane
Ready to check out the best sites in Inhambane for scuba diving, snorkeling, shore diving, free diving or other ocean activities? Zentacle has 7 dive sites, snorkel spots, beaches, and more. Discover hand-curated maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. No matter what you're looking for, you can find a diverse range of the best ocean activities in Inhambane to suit your needs.
#1 - Giants
Giants is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Mozambique, Inhambane which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
#2 - Paindane Boulders
Not for the faint hearted but a magnificent dive around boulders and coral reef. Paindane
#4 - Office
Great site to spot everything. From small to XL. Nudibranchs, reef fishes, pelagics, mantas. Whales in season. Nice relaxed diving day at the Office. Launch from Barra beach.
#5 - Salon
Small reef at an average OW depth. Very nice for Macro photography. Lots of stonefish, scorpion fish, leaf fish, fire fish, nudibranchs, some pelagics, cuttlefish, snappers. Nice to drop one side and work the whole reef from top to bottom. Enough time to explore nooks and crannies. Launch from Barra beach by boat.
#6 - Pomene
There are many dives in this area, morning dives are a short ride by boat through the lagoon out into open sea. Its about a 30min ride. Dives are usually double tank dives and the surface intervial is taken up by putting in some deep see fishing. In the evening a shore entry dive is great. You dive in the lagoon and get to see Seahorses and alot of juvinial fish.
#7 - Manta Reef
Featuring a huge diversity of marine life including numerous giant mantas (up to 6m in width) which give the reef its name. North and south walls with adjacent pinnacles of rocks creating gullies at depths of 24m to 28m. The top of the reef is quite flat with beautiful soft corals & walls home large schools of yellow snapper, barracuda, bigeyes, fusiliers, hundreds of bright blue, red-tooth trigger fish, tiny goldies, fairy basslets as well as large potato groupers. Also large trumpet fish, green turtles, sweetlips, scorpion fish, morays (giant, honeycomb, geometric, yellow-edge and white mouth), crocodile fish, Spanish dancers and a whole array of nudibranches and cowries. 3 main cleaning stations where huge manta rays circle and hover to allow small fish to remove parasites from their bodies and devil rays and sometimes eagle rays swim above the reef and on occasion its possible to see white tip reef sharks and other rays. Situated about 3-4 kms offshore from Coconut bay