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Tofo Trip

Duration: November

 Price: R 26 000 p/person - All inclusive

 Please enquire about dates

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The lodge is directly on the beach overlooking the Indian Ocean. Enjoy the beauty and relaxed atmosphere of Tofo beach, with its turquoise waters and an impressive 8 km of white sandy beach. The world-class diving offers giant mantas and whale sharks all year round. Sharks, turtles, dolphins, and an abundance of fish make diving here spectacular and for the non-divers, the Ocean Safaris enables everyone to get in the water with the magnificent whale sharks and giant mantas. The market area has an array of fresh fish, fruit, and vegetables along with local craft stalls in front of beautiful colorful textiles blowing in the breeze.

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What’s Included:


  • Transport & diesel
  • 2 x Overnight Accommodation
  • 2 x Overnight Meals

Lodge & Diving

  • 10 Dives
  • Nitrox
  • 7 Nights Stay at the Lodge
  • All meals (x3 meals daily)
  • Snorkeling Trip
  • Government tax and far reef charges

What’s Excluded:

  • All Gear Rental & Dive Computer
  • Dive & Travel Insurance
  • Extra Excursions & Spending


  •  Advanced Open Water Diver Certification
  • Nitrox Specialty
  • Logbook or Active Dive Card
  • Passport

Contact us if you would like to join but need your Advanced Open Water Certificate or the Nitrox Specialty, we will gladly assist you.


Where is Tofo?

Tofo lies on the Indian Ocean coast in Inhambane Province in the South East of Mozambique. Located on the Ponto do Barra peninsula Tofo Beach is only 22 km from Inhambane city.

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Please Note The Following
  • Prices are subject to change in the event of price increases, diesel, exchange rate fluctuations & availability.
  • The exact price can only be confirmed at the time of final invoicing and final payment due date.
  • The above prices are based on EFT payments (no cash or credit cards are accepted).



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