17 February 2006

Mozambique: New diving resort opened by Seablue Scuba Safaris

A Brand new diving resort has been opened in Mozambique. It is situated south of Inhambane, in between Guinjata Bay and Paindane. You just have to follow the bright orange sign with the manta on it!

The chalets, five at present, are nestled in the dunes and surrounded by beautiful indigenous bush, each with a view of the sea and as secluded as possible. All the chalets are self-cater and have brand new amenities such as fridge, freezer, gas stove, crockery, cutlery and linen, electricity and hot water. The smallest chalet sleeps 4 to 6 people and the remaining chalets can accommodate up to 9 people.

The dive centre is a short walk away, clean and spacious with plenty of equipment for hire. Showers, clean toilets and large rinse tanks are provided to keep your equipment in top shape.

Seablue Scuba owns two 8m semi rigid boats which can take 16 divers although we prefer to dive smaller groups, especially when photographing. Bauer compressors take care of the air fills.

Our aim is to keep the resort peaceful and relaxing, free of irritating noise and to maximise your diving experience safely. We specialise in photographic dives and have some secret spots for unusual creatures. There is a computer on site so you can burn your pics to disc.

Fly-in packages are popular with the busy business executives who don't have time for the drive up. Direct flights from Nelspruit to Inhambane starting in April. Special packages on offer.

For more information please contact Ollie or Catherine on:
Tel/Fax: +27 13 7440357
Cell: +27 834473668 or +258 846448370
Email: seablue@telkomsa.net
Website: www.seabluescuba.com


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