A place for friends, family and Scuba divers to come and enjoy the abundance of marine life in the crystal blue waters of Inhambane.

Guinjata Bay is a preferred destination due to its exclusivity, affordability, superb weather and the incredible encounters on offer. Local reefs present an array of stunning creatures big and small, from the inquisitive mantis shrimp to the migrating humpback whales. Within our reach, divers can also marvel at the world-famous Manta Reef.

An unforgettable ocean experience!

25 Years Experience • Fully Equipped and Certified

What our guests say about us

  • The best dives of my life

    We got to dive Manta Reef and had the good luck to see Mantas the size of small aircraft working this world class site. I have been diving since I was 13 years old (in the 70s!) and this was one of the best dives of my life. But what makes me give this company 5 stars is the customer service.

    Paul Cowles


  • Would I go again? For sure!

    I have been a BSAC Advanced Diver for over 30 years and have dived around the world, so know a good or bad dive centre when I find one. This was without doubt one of the best run that I have used. Dive planning was totally on the ball, Dive master Ferdie was attentive pre and during the dive with extremely well detailed dive briefs. All in all, I... Read this review

    Chris Gimson

    South Africa

  • I'll definitely visit there again

    Altogether, this is a great, friendly, family-run business that truly went the extra mile to ensure I had a good experience. Also, while Tofo Beach was fun with great diving, it was noisy far into the night and I couldn't walk around without getting mobbed by folks trying to sell me stuff. Conversely, Guinjata Bay is much more quiet and peaceful, and you can stroll down the beach and... Read this review



  • Best dive centre around

    The team are very friendly and accommodating. I return year after year. The reefs are incredible and the ocean safaris are out of this world- swim with humpback whales, whale sharks, dolphins. Enjoy tasty lunch on the beach or a yummy R&R as you chill.

    Fiona Ayers

    New Zealand