Tiger Sharks of Aliwal Shoal Tiger Sharks are one of the species that Aliwal Shoal is world-renowned for its abundance of, most seen by divers all year round. Visiting in the Summer months from November to March, which arguably divers yearn for an encounter with more than any other. They are often seen on baited […]
My Octopus Teacher Film, is what inspired this blog. Our friends were nagging us to watch the film and we finally relented. It got me to thinking, seeing octopi is always such a treat due to their highly enhanced camoflauge. But what do we ACTUALLY know about them? (I’m talking about us mere mortal Scuba […]
Diving Courses & Internships Aliwal Shoal’s diverse conditions and marine life makes it the ideal place to start Diving Courses and Internships enhance your skills. Subscribe to our channel. On this particular dive, Florian was doing his Open Water Course and his girlfriend Annike her Advanced Course. With us was Duan, 16 years old grooming […]
Why Dive Aliwal Shoal you ask? We ask, Why Not? Aliwal Shoal, South Africa Aliwal Shoal is the Adventurers Dream! It caters to all levels of divers. From never having dived before to technical divers with 1000’s of dives done. Photographic opportunities never cease. There’s always something to see, even when the viz is bad. […]
Generally we don’t often get groups of solely non-divers. We do however, often get non-divers that accompany their diving partners, friends and family. This then most times leads to the following questions: What is there for non-divers to do? Besides the deck being a relaxing place to read a book, soak up some sun, have […]
Gary and I embark today on adventures to Europe today. This will be my second time but a first for Gary. I am super excited to show him what I learnt last year, navigating the subways and interacting with the locals. That’s the fun part of it, overjoyed to share in this experience with my […]
*Sigh* So beautiful. We are blessed in the country we live. Fish Eagle calls, beautiful scenery, we Love South Africa!
This boat! Ha ha ha…so much of fun they having. The United Nations boat had to say good bye to Sweden today unfortunately but song is always good to cheer one up.
Their last day proved that all good things come to those who wait: Team Belgium had the most spectacular day on 2 SCUBA baitballs, being their fifth day on Sardine Run. Blue Team’s 4 day offered them 2 baitballs on snorkel for 30 minutes plus and Team China had a similiar day on their 3rd […]
Day 5 and the unfortunately the last day for Team Belgium. Day 4 for Blue Team and Day 3 for Team China. Anticipating the arrival of our Paula, Thomas and Olli later this evening. The spring tide low called for an early start, early bird catches the Sardines.