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Dive South Africa with Indigo Scuba

Let Indigo Scuba's experienced dive guides and dive control specialists show you what makes diving in Cape Town extraordinary!

Whether you want to see seals, glittering underwater kelp forests or reefs, wrecks, or critters ranging in size from the tiniest of nudibranch to big shoals of fish, we'll take you there. We've been exploring the waters of False Bay since 1999 and know where to find what you are looking for. Our 8 metre dive boat is fully equipped to make your diving experience comfortable and enjoyable and diving with Indigo Scuba is friendly and stress free.

At Indigo Scuba Diving Centre, we don't just want you to learn to dive, we want you to love to dive. Our friendly team of experienced scuba diving instructors will make sure you have fun learning to become a scuba diver.

We've been training scuba divers for over 10 years and offer internationally recognised scuba diving courses from beginner to instructor level as well as exciting specialty courses and refresher courses for those who haven't been diving in a while.

Dive South Africa

The west side of the Cape features warmer waters that are teeming with marine life. On the east side the waters are colder and within the chilly waves are some of the most spectacular kelp forests in the world. Beneath the kelp you will find a thriving world of sea life and many have compared the diving experience on the east side to taking a stroll beneath a well-canopied forest where wild and exotic life roams.

Yet another distinct feature of waters near the cape are the brilliant colored anemones that range in colour from electric blue to lime green to bright pink to a royal purple. Sponges in the area tend to be a vivid pink, orange or sulphur yellow. Most dives in the area are drift dives, so expect to-do a great deal of travelling with the current. If you want a spectacular night diving experience then go on a night dive to Sodwana Bay. Here you will find a large array of coral and glowing exotic fish. Near Johannesburg there are abandoned quarries where beginners can learn the basics of scuba diving.

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