EAST AFRICA BIG 5 SHARK EXPEDITION

Jan 31st - Feb 14th 2020

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JOIN ME FOR THE ULTIMATE SHARK SAFARI.

COME AND SEE

  • TIGER SHARKS,

  • BULL SHARKS,

  • HAMMERHEADS,

  • WHALE SHARKS, AND

  • OCEANIC BLACK TIP, SILVER TIP, LEOPARD SHARKS and much more,

WITHOUT BAIT AND IN ONE OF THE MOST PRISTINE PARTS OF THE WORLD.


 

Inclusions

6 Days of diving - in southern Mozambique - 2 shark dives and one reef dive per day (reef dive not on last day for flights the next day)

5 Full days on the ocean in Tanzania looking for whale sharks and other marine life

Marine Park Fees Ponta

Twin share accommodations

Breakfasts

Flights from Dar el Salam to Mafia Island

Digital access to photos taken by me on the trip for you to keep

Photography Tuition

Experienced Local Guide and captain in both locations

Non-alcoholic drinks on board

Exclusions

Airfare to Maputo

Flights from Maputo to Dar el Salam

Excess baggage fees

VISA Fees

Marine Park Fees (~25 US a day) in Mafia Island

Gratuities

Additional expenses (alcoholic drinks, gifts, personal expenses)

Travel Insurance (Required)

 

Itinerary

Day 1. Arrive in Johannesburg overnight there

Day 2. Fly to Maputo

Day 3-8.  6 full days diving

Day 9. Transfer to Maputo Airport to fly to Dar el Salam, and fly onward to Mafia Island (Private Charter). m,

Day 9. Fly to Mafia Island

Day 10-14. Swim with Whale Sharks

Day 15. Flights back to Dar el Salam

What to bring

SCUBA gear (though can be rented)

5mm wetsuit (can be rented)

Rash vest, or thermal top, wetsuit if you get cold

Mask

Snorkel

Fins

Boat jacket

Camera!

Experience

Advanced open water SCUBA for diving segment in Mozambique

 

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Your Guide

This is me. Your guide. I've spent my life seeking the wilderness underwater. I will be in the water with you helping you get the best interactions you can imagine. It may mean you have to endure a little rough weather, rainy days, or choppy seas. But as long as it's safe I'll take you out there.
I and my local guides pride ourselves on respecting and being patient with the whales. The encounters are always up to them, not us. In fact we want the whales to see you and investigate you with their curiosity. You will be amazed what we can show you out in Mo'orea.