What lies beyond Dive Quirimbas



So, what lies beyond some of the richest, most pristine coral reefs in the world, and surely the best beaches and warm seas in Africa?

Well, for starters, you can have one of the best diving experiences in Mozambique if you try the Padi Dive Resort at Dive Quirimbas. This is indeed a world class dive centre on Ibo Island in the Quirimba’s Archipelago.

Why dive at Dive Quirimbas?

You can learn how to dive here! The best way to start diving is to do your Open Water Diver course with Padi certification – all you need is good swimming skills, good health and a desire to learn more about the incredible underwater world of the oceans!
Dive Quirimbas offers scuba diving to accredited divers as well as varied Padi dive training courses.
Guests can book a series of dives when staying at Ibo Island Lodge, a dedicated dive package or a mobile island hopping dive safari – one of the most unique dive and adventure experiences in Africa!
What is Dive Quirimbas exactly?

This Padi dive resort boasts a small, passionate team whose main aim is customer service – professional divers make sure your Mozambique dive experience is the best and safest it can be.
LorrayneGaymer, Dive Instructor, is hugely passionate about diving and conservation. She is an expert at finding the small stuff!
Abdul Shacuro is the very experienced skipper who is an ex-spear fisherman with amazing free diving skills and who knows the waters of the Quirimba’s Islands like the back of his hand.
AssaneAmabe (Injaba) is the dive shop and skippers assistant and he is always there to lend a hand. He helps divers to get kitted up, rinses masks for divers or carries gear to the pier – and all with a big smile.
This is what lies beyond Dive Quirimbas – some of the best diving experiences in this part of Mozambique, the Quirimbas Archipelago! This is where the big fish swim – Yellow fin and Dogtooth Tuna, Marlin and Barracuda, Kingfish and Rays.

You will what is there when you go down, every dive being a new surprise, a new discovery to write home about. And you can choose your season for diving – if you arrive from August until November you will see Humpback Whales and dolphins in the waves.