The historic port of Inhambane is the gateway to southern Mozambique, with miles of unspoiled tropical beaches and warm Indian Ocean waters, teeming with marine life.
Located in the Inhambane province in southeast Mozambique, the small coastal town of Tofo is quickly becoming known as a premier world-class dive destination, famous for large pelagic encounters.
Manta rays are seen all year round at the cleaning stations, whale sharks are more common Oct-Mar and humpback whales cruise along the coastline from Jun-Sep. Divers can expect to see schools of devil rays, white-tip and leopard sharks, turtles and plenty of game fish. The reefs are awash with tropical marine life including harlequin shrimp and frogfish.
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