Amanzi Harbour

This dive site is a great training area for navigation, search and recovery and night diving. This is a private dive site and permission needs to be obtained.

On this dive, you will be able to see smallmouth yellows, big mouth yellows, barbel, carp, and the occasional bass and trout have also been seen.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 7 m
Current

Current

  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Altitude Diving

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

Amanzi Rock Face

This is an easy shallow dive and excellent for night driving. There are several trees and plenty of fish around. There is also a sunken small fishing boat.

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Farm House

The site of an abandoned farmhouse. The actual house has not yet been found but there are water tanks and various other implements scattered around and gentle slope. In the shallow waters there are many trees. A good spot for beginners it’s a shallow dive.

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Sunken Forest

This is a very shallow dive maximum 12 m. Full of tumbled rocks and trees and full of fish. After 12 m a silty slope goes into deeper water and you can reach 30 m very close to the shore.

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Cohen’s Corner

This site is found on the east side of the lake. This dive has a very steep drop-off with lots of premises and old trees. One of the more picturesque dives.

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Crystal Cliffs

This is an excellent dive for beginner divers and is situated between M & M and Cohens corner and is a shallow cliff dive. It was named after a large piece of quartz.

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This dive site has a cliff with a gentle rocky slope dive. It is a dive site that is suitable for both beginners and for the more advanced divers. This is a wall dive.

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The Quarry

The Quarry is an actual flooded quarry and the material was used to build the wall. It is a 12 m dive protected from the wind on three sides so excellent for training in the event the wind is blowing.

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Henley on Klip - Bass Lake

Bass Lake is 45 minutes south of Sandton. This lake is spring-fed and the water is of drinking quality with depths vary from a walk-in slope to 23m at the deepest point.

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Nebo Wreck, Aliwal Shoal

The SS Nebo wreck was a British steamboat which sank in 1884 and one of Aliwal Shoals many victims. It had departed from England and was en route to Durban, when it sank close to the coast it had 4500 tonnes of metal cargo that was planned for building a new railway.

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Inside Edge - Aliwal Shoal

The inside edge of Aliwal Shoal rises from the sand forming a fantastic landscape of pinnacles, gullies, swim-throughs, and caverns. Some of the best diving in Africa is found on the Aliwal Shoal. It is home to a diverse array of marine life.

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