SOUTHERN OFF-ROAD4x4 Hire
Relax in the experienced hands of our team who will help you to plan your 4x4 holiday in Southern Africa, and ensure that your trip is not only exciting, but also as safe and comfortable as you desire.
We are a business that prides itself with our personal touch. Pick up and drop off our vehicles at one of our depots in Cape Town, Johannesburg or Windhoek, or indeed any major town in Southern Africa.
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This truly beautiful country at the southern tip of dark and mysterious Africa offers diving and wildlife experiences beyond your wildest dreams...
Whether you want to dive with sharks and wrecks on rugged wild coasts, or simply relax with dolphins and whales, you will definitely enjoy each different experience.
Scuba diving in South Africa is a very fast growing sport and of a very high standard. All the major organizations such as PADI, NAUI, SSI and BSAC are recognized and scuba qualification is available in most places. Good quality dive gear is easily hired from most institutions.
The coastline ranges from about 27°S to 35°S, and that means that you have the choice of either experiencing the chilly waters of the Cape Province, the warmers waters of KwaZulu Natal or even the very warm tropical waters of Mozambique.
The Cape diving is very good for wreck diving, white shark diving, kelp and colourful sponges. Some of these wrecks as shallow as 10m and some at depths of 45m+. KwaZulu Natal is primarily for manta rays, tiger sharks, wrecks, dolphins, whales, soft and hard corals and much more.
Mozambique is the best destination to experience manta rays and whale sharks but there are also plenty of turtles, dugongs and tropical coral reefs.
If you want a completely different experience then why not experience sharks up close without a cage in one of our world class aquariums, or jump into a cage and be surrounded by crocodiles in Oudtschoorn.
Most of the diving around South Africa is done from semi-rigid boats, with a few hard boat and shore entries. The only “liveaboards” are found in Mozambique and are not of international size or standard.