Mozambique Diving

15 Amazing Facts About Ribbon Eels!

15 Amazing Facts About Ribbon Eels!

You might have seen these beautiful creatures whilst diving the warmer waters of Southern Africa, in Mozambique, Indonesia or the Red Sea. You might also have thought that there were three different types of ribbon eels – black ones, blue and yellow ones and yellow ones… But there aren’t…. Discover the truth – and more […]

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2014 Mozambique Dive Trip – Customer Review

2014 Mozambique Dive Trip – Customer Review

Our first (and definitely not our last) dive trip to Ponta do Ouro with Indigo Scuba was excellent. Everything was organized for us and well planned. The accommodation was good and the food was a real treat. We had such a nice group of people which made for good conversations and lots of laughter. The […]

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The Top Dive Sites in Ponta do’Ouro, Mozambique (Part 2)

The Top Dive Sites in Ponta do’Ouro, Mozambique (Part 2)

We’ve been travelling to Ponta do’Ouro since 2000 and have seen many positive changes to this little village since then. When we first visited, there was no electricity, only generators and gas; no cellphone reception (you had to walk all the way to Signal Hill about 3km away to get a signal); there were no […]

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The Top Dive Sites in Ponta do’Ouro, Mozambique (Part 1)

The Top Dive Sites in Ponta do’Ouro, Mozambique (Part 1)

Ponta do’Ouro in Mozambique is a fantastic destination for scuba divers with its clear blue water and interesting village to explore. Read all about the top dive sites you will encounter on a dive trip here.

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Mozambique Diving – All About Ponta do’Ouro

Mozambique Diving – All About Ponta do’Ouro

The quaint little town of Ponta do’Ouro is situated in southern Mozambique just 10 km from the South African border. The laid back charm of this small diving village, its beautiful and safe beaches and world-class diving are what make this such an unforgettable destination. Getting There After having your passports processed at the border, […]

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Mozambique Dive Trip 2013 – Report Back

Mozambique Dive Trip 2013 – Report Back

The day we’d all been looking for finally dawned and despite some rather hefty hand luggage containing our diving and photographic valuables which we casually slung over sagging shoulders, we all managed to get through check-in without any problems.   After a quick flight, we soon landed in Durban where we quickly collected our luggage, boarded […]

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Dive Trip Report – Ponta do’Ouro 2012

Dive Trip Report – Ponta do’Ouro 2012

“It just couldn’t have been better – Ponta do’Ouro was awesome”… “We can’t wait for your trip next year”…  “WHEN are we going again??”  “So well organised and relaxing.  Thank you Indigo Scuba!” Just a few of the comments from the group of divers who joined us for our 2012 trip to Ponta do’Ouro, Mozambique. […]

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Latest Video:  Indigo Scuba Mozambique Dive Trip Promo

Latest Video: Indigo Scuba Mozambique Dive Trip Promo

Here’s the short video we’ve made to promote our trip to Ponta do’Ouro (25 May – 1 June 2012) To book, or to find out more, please contact us on info@indigoscuba.com or phone Deon on 083 268 1851. [youtube]http://youtu.be/gTG-cBBKKNE[/youtube]        

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Mozambique Scuba Diving Trip:  Home Comforts in Ponta do Ouro

Mozambique Scuba Diving Trip: Home Comforts in Ponta do Ouro

What was originally planned as a short 7-night trip to Ponta do Ouro in Mozambique blossomed into a full on “Mozambique Road Trip” of 5600km of tar, road works, gravel, sand and stone from Cape Town to Praia do Tofo in Mozambique and back. We experienced so much, laughed till our sides split, dived till […]

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Second species of Manta Ray discovered

Second species of Manta Ray discovered

Andrea Marshall, who has been conducting Manta Ray Research in Tofo for the past five years talks to SaveOurSeas about discovering a second species of giant manta ray. On our last two visits to Tofo (January 2009 and July 2008), we had some amazing sightings of these graceful creatures. The catching of Mantas by local […]

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