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Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving

Here in Guinjata Bay, we are lucky to have a beautiful reef system just eight hundred meters from shore.      We have a number of different reefs, ranging from twelve to twenty eight meters in depth. Our local reefs are full of life, including marine megafauna such as: manta rays, sharks, turtles, whale sharks, dolphins and whales. In addition to our local reefs, we have a couple far sites as well. The famous Manta Reef, which is always buzzing with pelagic life, as well as the seasoned residents such as the potato bass. Eel Alley, where we have found ten species of eel living on one pinnacle and have seen fifty eels on one dive. Last, but not least, we have Green Tree and Ecstasy. These reefs are deep and are home to the elusive frogfish and leopard shark. 

Inquire about our diving packages available!

Snorkel Safari

Looking for something to do for the whole family?  Not everyone in your group is a qualified Scuba Diver?

We offer the Snorkel Safari which involves a boat trip to the beautiful reef called Coral Gardens in the next bay.  This reef is protected from the outside conditions as the rocks form a barrier wall between the ocean and the beach - Ideal for snorkeling!

Once inside Coral Gardens, we can snorkel for 30 minutes and then we will return via the boat to our bay.

Ocean Safari 

If you are looking for a fun activity anyone can enjoy, book an ocean safari with us! Our safaris include a thirty minute snorkel in Coral Gardens, a beautiful reef teeming with life and afterwards and hour long boat ride looking for whale sharks, turtles, dolphins, manta rays and more. 

Whale Watching (seasonal)

May to October is humpback whale season in Guinjata Bay! During these months, humpbacks crowd the bay, making it the perfect place for a whale watching holiday. May, June, and July the whales are headed up north to give birth and feed. During the months of August, September and October, the humpbacks are traveling back down south with their calfs. Book a trip with us and we will show you a whale of a time!