Aliwal Shoal Scuba
Cathedral – One of most popular dive sites where we often take scuba divers. Read more for an in-depth look at the site.
Raggies Cave – Brilliant for ragged tooth shark sightings in winter, this is one of the best shark photography opportunities. At a maximum depth of 18 metres, this site is ideal for Open Water divers.
Produce – The most famous ship to run aground on the reef in 1974. The wreck teems with fish life and brindle bass.
SS Nebo – This British steamer fell victim to the shallow pinnacles of Aliwal Shoal. She sank after 15 minutes and lay quietly at rest for almost a century before she was first dived.
Chunnel – At only 14 meters depth, Chunnel and its small cave makes it ideal for Open Water diving.
Inside Edge – A magnificent wall that runs from north to south along the coastline and plunges some 10 metres from the reef plateau to the surrounding sand.
North Sands – There is more to North Sands than the scenery. Somewhat surprisingly, it is also one of the shoal’s most prolific dive sites in terms of marine life.
1 Roland Norris Drive
+27 82 800 4668
GPS: S30/12.364’ – E30/48.139
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU NEED AN MPA PERMIT TO SCUBA DIVE ON ALIWAL SHOAL
AVAILABLE AT ANY POST OFFICE IN THE COUNTRY, ALSO AVAILABLE FROM OUR OFFICES
( No Permit Needed For Cage Diving & snorkeling )