The protected reefs in the Quirimbas Archipelago offer some of the most spectacular scuba diving in the world. These undisturbed, untouched dive sites are abundant with a variety of fish and corals, and offer a range of depths and reef topography to suit beginner and experienced divers alike. With a great range of dive sites, including Neptune’s Arm – one of the top ten in the world – divers will have the chance to see some fantastic drop-offs and coral gardens.
Look out for see green and hawksbill turtles, humpback whales (seasonal), reef sharks, stingrays, devil rays, moray eels, dolphin, grouper, as well as a variety of reef fish such as surgeons, puffers, moorish idols, parrot fish, clown fish, trigger fish and chocolate dip fish.
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