Sodwana, KZN, South Africa

Date: 17 to 24 Feb 2024

R14 900 pp sharing
R18 900 single


  • 7 nights
  • 7 dinners
  • 10 dives
  • Cylinder and weights


  • Gear rental
  • Nitrox
  • Far reef tax
  • Tips
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Getting to Sodwana

Accommodation: Sodwana Bay Lodge, private houses

Diving School: Amoray

Sodwana Bay is a bay in South Africa on the KwaZulu Natal north coast, between St. Lucia and Lake Sibhayi. It is in the Sodwana Bay National Park, and the Maputaland Marine Reserve, and is a popular recreational diving destination.

Sodwana Bay reefs have the most southern coral reef formations in Africa. The breathtaking hard and soft corals grow on a sandstone base structure that is unique to true coral reef structures. Due to the sandstone base structure reefs tend to be flat with low pinnacles, shallow drop-offs, gullies and range in depth from 6m to 100m.

Sodwana reefs are home to 1200 species of fish – you can see almost everything if you dive here often enough. As well as fish, you will find turtles, rays and sharks on any of the dive sites.

Pregnant Hammerhead sharks at Sodwana

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