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Tours & Safari's » Dive South Africa

  • Itinerary overview

    Duration 8 days/7 nights Starts/Ends Cape Town International airport. Rates starting from R 6 000 per person sharing (depending on accommodation chosen, special conditions may apply for bookings over peak periods)

Our Itineraries are designed to offer guests an embracing experience of human natures affair with nature. They are exclusive experiences involving mild adventure along roads less travelled, an opportunity to discover intimate aspects of Africa. Every African Signature Itinerary can be personalised to suite your distinctive preference of travel.


Arrive at Cape Town International Airport and collect your rental car. Your hotel where you will spend the next 3 nights, is situated a few meters from un-spoilt beaches. These stunning, newly built, serviced suites offer the finest furnishings, linen and finishing touches to make any discerning visitor feel right at home. There are 36 suites, some with views of Table Mountain, Robben Island and the beautiful Atlantic Ocean.

Depending on your arrival time in Cape Town on day one, you will spend the next 2 days diving from Houtbay/Millers Point. There are a huge variety of dive sites within close range, from shallow shore entries with kelp forests to deeper wreck and reef dives.

Many divers are drawn to Cape Town to see White Sharks - these can be seen, as well as several other pelagic and reef shark species.


On the morning of day 4, you will enjoy breakfast and hit the road along the scenic Garden Route to Plettenberg Bay. Drive through the historic town of Swellendam, and continue to Mossel Bay, situated on the southern coast of South Africa. If time permits, take the off ramp to town, and enjoy lunch.

From Mossel Bay, you will continue along the coast to Plettenberg Bay, where you will stay for the next 2 nights. Diving in Plettenberg Bay, consist of spectacular shore dives, as well as magnificent sites a short boat ride from the shore.


From Plettenberg Bay, travel alongside the Tsitsikama National park for a few kilometers on your way to Port Elizabeth, and cross the bridge over the Storms River from which you will be able to view Storms River Mouth.

Port Elizabeth is rated as one of South Africa’s best cold water dive sites with good reason – there are various wrecks, shore entries and dramatic reefs to be dived.

On day 8, you can enjoy breakfast at leisure and drive to the Port Elizabeth Airport to drop your rental car and board your flight to your next adventure.