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 Manta Reef

Mozambique, Inhambane

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Datum: WGS84 [ Ayuda ]
Precisión: Aproximadamente

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Latitud: 23° 57.255' S
Longitud: 35° 32.281' E

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English (Traducir este texto en Español): Situated about 3-4 kms offshore from Coconut bay

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Situated about 3-4 kms offshore from Coconut bay

Situated about 3-4 kms offshore from Coconut bay

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Situated about 3-4 kms offshore from Coconut bay

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Situated about 3-4 kms offshore from Coconut bay

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Situated about 3-4 kms offshore from Coconut bay

Met de boot vanaf Tofo beach. Spectaculair door de branding. Ga in november en je hebt er geheel gratis snorkelen met walvishaaien bij en met geluk (hadden wij) zie je ze ook tijdens het duiken. Advies: ga met Tofo Scuba, top ervaring en echt hart en respect voor het marine leven.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Situated about 3-4 kms offshore from Coconut bay

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Situated about 3-4 kms offshore from Coconut bay

¿Como? En barco

Distancia Largo trayecto de barco (> 30min)

¿Fácil de encontrar? Fácil de encontrar

 Características del sitio de buceo

Profundidad media 25.0 m / 82 ft

Profundidad máxima 28.0 m / 91.9 ft

Corriente Mediana ( 1-2 nudos)

Visibilidad Buena ( 10 - 30 m)

Calidad

Calidad del sitio Estupendo

Experiencia CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interés Excepcional

Más detalles

Multitud entre semana 

Multitud en fin/semana 

Tipo de buceo

- Profundo
- Tiburones
- Grandes peces
- Arrecife
- Ambiente
- Banco de arena

Actividades del sitio de buceo

- Biologia marina
- Fotografía

Peligros

- Profundidad
- Corriente

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English (Traducir este texto en Español): Featuring a huge diversity of marine life including numerous giant mantas (up to 6m in width) which give the reef its name. North and south walls with adjacent pinnacles of rocks creating gullies at depths of 24m to 28m. The top of the reef is quite flat with beautiful soft corals & walls home large schools of yellow snapper, barracuda, bigeyes, fusiliers, hundreds of bright blue, red-tooth trigger fish, tiny goldies, fairy basslets as well as large potato groupers. Also large trumpet fish, green turtles, sweetlips, scorpion fish, morays (giant, honeycomb, geometric, yellow-edge and white mouth), crocodile fish, Spanish dancers and a whole array of nudibranches and cowries. 3 main cleaning stations where huge manta rays circle and hover to allow small fish to remove parasites from their bodies and devil rays and sometimes eagle rays swim above the reef and on occasion its possible to see white tip reef sharks and other rays.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Featuring a huge diversity of marine life including numerous giant mantas (up to 6m in width) which give the reef its name. North and south walls with adjacent pinnacles of rocks creating gullies at depths of 24m to 28m. The top of the reef is quite flat with beautiful soft corals & walls home large schools of yellow snapper, barracuda, bigeyes, fusiliers, hundreds of bright blue, red-tooth trigger fish, tiny goldies, fairy basslets as well as large potato groupers. Also large trumpet fish, green turtles, sweetlips, scorpion fish, morays (giant, honeycomb, geometric, yellow-edge and white mouth), crocodile fish, Spanish dancers and a whole array of nudibranches and cowries. 3 main cleaning stations where huge manta rays circle and hover to allow small fish to remove parasites from their bodies and devil rays and sometimes eagle rays swim above the reef and on occasion its possible to see white tip reef sharks and other rays.

Featuring a huge diversity of marine life including numerous giant mantas (up to 6m in width) which give the reef its name. North and south walls with adjacent pinnacles of rocks creating gullies at depths of 24m to 28m. The top of the reef is quite flat with beautiful soft corals & walls home large schools of yellow snapper, barracuda, bigeyes, fusiliers, hundreds of bright blue, red-tooth trigger fish, tiny goldies, fairy basslets as well as large potato groupers. Also large trumpet fish, green turtles, sweetlips, scorpion fish, morays (giant, honeycomb, geometric, yellow-edge and white mouth), crocodile fish, Spanish dancers and a whole array of nudibranches and cowries. 3 main cleaning stations where huge manta rays circle and hover to allow small fish to remove parasites from their bodies and devil rays and sometimes eagle rays swim above the reef and on occasion its possible to see white tip reef sharks and other rays.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Featuring a huge diversity of marine life including numerous giant mantas (up to 6m in width) which give the reef its name. North and south walls with adjacent pinnacles of rocks creating gullies at depths of 24m to 28m. The top of the reef is quite flat with beautiful soft corals & walls home large schools of yellow snapper, barracuda, bigeyes, fusiliers, hundreds of bright blue, red-tooth trigger fish, tiny goldies, fairy basslets as well as large potato groupers. Also large trumpet fish, green turtles, sweetlips, scorpion fish, morays (giant, honeycomb, geometric, yellow-edge and white mouth), crocodile fish, Spanish dancers and a whole array of nudibranches and cowries. 3 main cleaning stations where huge manta rays circle and hover to allow small fish to remove parasites from their bodies and devil rays and sometimes eagle rays swim above the reef and on occasion its possible to see white tip reef sharks and other rays.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Featuring a huge diversity of marine life including numerous giant mantas (up to 6m in width) which give the reef its name. North and south walls with adjacent pinnacles of rocks creating gullies at depths of 24m to 28m. The top of the reef is quite flat with beautiful soft corals & walls home large schools of yellow snapper, barracuda, bigeyes, fusiliers, hundreds of bright blue, red-tooth trigger fish, tiny goldies, fairy basslets as well as large potato groupers. Also large trumpet fish, green turtles, sweetlips, scorpion fish, morays (giant, honeycomb, geometric, yellow-edge and white mouth), crocodile fish, Spanish dancers and a whole array of nudibranches and cowries. 3 main cleaning stations where huge manta rays circle and hover to allow small fish to remove parasites from their bodies and devil rays and sometimes eagle rays swim above the reef and on occasion its possible to see white tip reef sharks and other rays.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Featuring a huge diversity of marine life including numerous giant mantas (up to 6m in width) which give the reef its name. North and south walls with adjacent pinnacles of rocks creating gullies at depths of 24m to 28m. The top of the reef is quite flat with beautiful soft corals & walls home large schools of yellow snapper, barracuda, bigeyes, fusiliers, hundreds of bright blue, red-tooth trigger fish, tiny goldies, fairy basslets as well as large potato groupers. Also large trumpet fish, green turtles, sweetlips, scorpion fish, morays (giant, honeycomb, geometric, yellow-edge and white mouth), crocodile fish, Spanish dancers and a whole array of nudibranches and cowries. 3 main cleaning stations where huge manta rays circle and hover to allow small fish to remove parasites from their bodies and devil rays and sometimes eagle rays swim above the reef and on occasion its possible to see white tip reef sharks and other rays.

Ook allerlei vissoorten die je eerder in Azië verwacht zoals frogfish, ribbon eels, shrimps, nudis in alle soorten en maten. Dit is nr. 1 op mijn lijst van mooiste duiken ooit. Perfecte combi van "groot en klein spul".

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Featuring a huge diversity of marine life including numerous giant mantas (up to 6m in width) which give the reef its name. North and south walls with adjacent pinnacles of rocks creating gullies at depths of 24m to 28m. The top of the reef is quite flat with beautiful soft corals & walls home large schools of yellow snapper, barracuda, bigeyes, fusiliers, hundreds of bright blue, red-tooth trigger fish, tiny goldies, fairy basslets as well as large potato groupers. Also large trumpet fish, green turtles, sweetlips, scorpion fish, morays (giant, honeycomb, geometric, yellow-edge and white mouth), crocodile fish, Spanish dancers and a whole array of nudibranches and cowries. 3 main cleaning stations where huge manta rays circle and hover to allow small fish to remove parasites from their bodies and devil rays and sometimes eagle rays swim above the reef and on occasion its possible to see white tip reef sharks and other rays.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Featuring a huge diversity of marine life including numerous giant mantas (up to 6m in width) which give the reef its name. North and south walls with adjacent pinnacles of rocks creating gullies at depths of 24m to 28m. The top of the reef is quite flat with beautiful soft corals & walls home large schools of yellow snapper, barracuda, bigeyes, fusiliers, hundreds of bright blue, red-tooth trigger fish, tiny goldies, fairy basslets as well as large potato groupers. Also large trumpet fish, green turtles, sweetlips, scorpion fish, morays (giant, honeycomb, geometric, yellow-edge and white mouth), crocodile fish, Spanish dancers and a whole array of nudibranches and cowries. 3 main cleaning stations where huge manta rays circle and hover to allow small fish to remove parasites from their bodies and devil rays and sometimes eagle rays swim above the reef and on occasion its possible to see white tip reef sharks and other rays.

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Por Anonymous , 11-02-2010

Alex - This is truly a brilliant dive. AND we never even saw mantas! Throw mantas in and it would be INSANE!!! Schools of fish everywhere great topography. We dived this in July and the boat rides to EVERY dive we saw whales. Had them breaching 100m from the boat! And on most of the dives you could hear them calling. Sounds like someone is calling you!! ha ha

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