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Diversity Scuba

View from in front of Diversity Scuba in Tofo Village at Praia do Tofo / Tofo Beach near Inhambane in Mozambique.

Diversity Scuba is a fully equipped, professionally staffed, year round PADI 5 Star Golf Palm IDC Scuba Diving Centre offering Ocean Safaris, Snorkelling Trips, Scuba Diving, Scuba Training, Scuba Diving Trips and Excursions and is one of Tofo’s longest operating scuba diving centres.

The Tofo area is known for its pristine reefs, abundance of marine life, as well as an area populated with dolphins, sea turtles, giant manta rays, whale sharks and humpback whales (during the migration season between May and October).

The Tofo area is also known as the Whale Shark Mecca of the world and includes the famous Manta Reef.



Copyright: Funk Box Imagineering
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5000x2500
Taken: 04/01/2010
Uploaded: 12/01/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015


Tags: diversity scuba; diversityscuba; scuba; scuba diving; scuba training; padi; ocean safaris; whale sharks; tofo; tofo beach; inhambane; mozambique; funk box imagineering; imagineering
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