Sodwana Bay Photo Gallery

Sodwana Bay in Kwazulu Natal is characterised by pristine beaches, crystal clear waters and numerous reefs.

Nature, Volume 496 Number 7445. An African coelacanth and diver photographed by Laurent Ballesta in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. cCelacanths were thought to have gone extinct 70 million years ago. Now its genome has been sequenced. Cover: Laurent Ballesta/Andromède Collection #evolution #genome Nature Publishing Group

Nature, Volume 496 Number 7445. An African coelacanth and diver photographed by Laurent Ballesta in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. cCelacanths were thought to have gone extinct 70 million years ago. Now its genome has been sequenced. Cover: Laurent Ballesta/Andromède Collection #evolution #genome Nature Publishing Group

Nature, Volume 496 Number 7445. An African coelacanth and diver photographed by Laurent Ballesta in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. cCelacanths were thought to have gone extinct 70 million years ago. Now its genome has been sequenced. Cover: Laurent Ballesta/Andromède Collection #evolution #genome Nature Publishing Group

Nature, Volume 496 Number 7445. An African coelacanth and diver photographed by Laurent Ballesta in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. cCelacanths were thought to have gone extinct 70 million years ago. Now its genome has been sequenced. Cover: Laurent Ballesta/Andromède Collection #evolution #genome Nature Publishing Group

Watch in full HD.  One of the few creature showreels created by me in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. Series aimed at showing the endless supply of diverse marine life species that you can encounter underwater on the reefs of this UNESCO listed World Heritage Site.    Virtually every dive here even on the same dive site gives a possibility to see something different, be it one of the massive graceful manta rays or this tiny harlequin shrimp for macro lovers…

Watch in full HD. One of the few creature showreels created by me in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. Series aimed at showing the endless supply of diverse marine life species that you can encounter underwater on the reefs of this UNESCO listed World Heritage

Watch in full HD.  One of the few creature showreels created by me in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. Series aimed at showing the endless supply of diverse marine life species that you can encounter underwater on the reefs of this UNESCO listed World Heritage Site.    Virtually every dive here even on the same dive site gives a possibility to see something different, be it one of the massive graceful manta rays or this tiny harlequin shrimp for macro lovers…

Watch in full HD. One of the few creature showreels created by me in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. Series aimed at showing the endless supply of diverse marine life species that you can encounter underwater on the reefs of this UNESCO listed World Heritage

Watch in full HD.  One of the few creature showreels created by me in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. Series aimed at showing the endless supply of diverse marine life species that you can encounter underwater on the reefs of this UNESCO listed World Heritage Site.    Virtually every dive here even on the same dive site gives a possibility to see something different, be it one of the massive graceful manta rays or this tiny harlequin shrimp for macro lovers…

Watch in full HD. One of the few creature showreels created by me in Sodwana Bay, South Africa. Series aimed at showing the endless supply of diverse marine life species that you can encounter underwater on the reefs of this UNESCO listed World Heritage

Sodwana Bay Diving Melanie vZ-3

Discovering scuba diving in Sodwana Bay

Sodwana Bay lies on the northern coast of South Africa and is home to the southernmost coral reefs in Africa. Scuba diving in Sodwana Bay is finding Shangri-La.

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