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 Durban

South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal

English (Translate this text in English): Many dive sites are available in Durban area. Mostly shoals, and wrecks such as Ovington Court and Cooperlight Wreck. Some dive sites are in Umhlanga Rocks, 12 km north of Durban.

Durban is the second largest city of South Africa and a melting pot of cultures.

Durban is part of the subtropical zone, and it is a summer rain fall area. Hence diving in summer (November - March) may offer bad viz due to the many rivers flowing into the Indian Ocean.

English (Translate this text in English): Many dive sites are available in Durban area. Mostly shoals, and wrecks such as Ovington Court and Cooperlight Wreck. Some dive sites are in Umhlanga Rocks, 12 km north of Durban.

Durban is the second largest city of South Africa and a melting pot of cultures.

Durban is part of the subtropical zone, and it is a summer rain fall area. Hence diving in summer (November - March) may offer bad viz due to the many rivers flowing into the Indian Ocean.

Many dive sites are available in Durban area. Mostly shoals, and wrecks such as Ovington Court and Cooperlight Wreck. Some dive sites are in Umhlanga Rocks, 12 km north of Durban.

Durban is the second largest city of South Africa and a melting pot of cultures.

Durban is part of the subtropical zone, and it is a summer rain fall area. Hence diving in summer (November - March) may offer bad viz due to the many rivers flowing into the Indian Ocean.

English (Translate this text in English): Many dive sites are available in Durban area. Mostly shoals, and wrecks such as Ovington Court and Cooperlight Wreck. Some dive sites are in Umhlanga Rocks, 12 km north of Durban.

Durban is the second largest city of South Africa and a melting pot of cultures.

Durban is part of the subtropical zone, and it is a summer rain fall area. Hence diving in summer (November - March) may offer bad viz due to the many rivers flowing into the Indian Ocean.

English (Translate this text in English): Many dive sites are available in Durban area. Mostly shoals, and wrecks such as Ovington Court and Cooperlight Wreck. Some dive sites are in Umhlanga Rocks, 12 km north of Durban.

Durban is the second largest city of South Africa and a melting pot of cultures.

Durban is part of the subtropical zone, and it is a summer rain fall area. Hence diving in summer (November - March) may offer bad viz due to the many rivers flowing into the Indian Ocean.

English (Translate this text in English): Many dive sites are available in Durban area. Mostly shoals, and wrecks such as Ovington Court and Cooperlight Wreck. Some dive sites are in Umhlanga Rocks, 12 km north of Durban.

Durban is the second largest city of South Africa and a melting pot of cultures.

Durban is part of the subtropical zone, and it is a summer rain fall area. Hence diving in summer (November - March) may offer bad viz due to the many rivers flowing into the Indian Ocean.

English (Translate this text in English): Many dive sites are available in Durban area. Mostly shoals, and wrecks such as Ovington Court and Cooperlight Wreck. Some dive sites are in Umhlanga Rocks, 12 km north of Durban.

Durban is the second largest city of South Africa and a melting pot of cultures.

Durban is part of the subtropical zone, and it is a summer rain fall area. Hence diving in summer (November - March) may offer bad viz due to the many rivers flowing into the Indian Ocean.

English (Translate this text in English): Many dive sites are available in Durban area. Mostly shoals, and wrecks such as Ovington Court and Cooperlight Wreck. Some dive sites are in Umhlanga Rocks, 12 km north of Durban.

Durban is the second largest city of South Africa and a melting pot of cultures.

Durban is part of the subtropical zone, and it is a summer rain fall area. Hence diving in summer (November - March) may offer bad viz due to the many rivers flowing into the Indian Ocean.

English (Translate this text in English): Many dive sites are available in Durban area. Mostly shoals, and wrecks such as Ovington Court and Cooperlight Wreck. Some dive sites are in Umhlanga Rocks, 12 km north of Durban.

Durban is the second largest city of South Africa and a melting pot of cultures.

Durban is part of the subtropical zone, and it is a summer rain fall area. Hence diving in summer (November - March) may offer bad viz due to the many rivers flowing into the Indian Ocean.

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Seasons
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Climate
Air temp. 28°C
82°F
27°C
81°F
27°C
81°F
24°C
75°F
24°C
75°F
23°C
73°F
23°C
73°F
24°C
75°F
24°C
75°F
24°C
75°F
25°C
77°F
27°C
81°F
Water temp. 24°C
75°F
24°C
75°F
23°C
73°F
21°C
70°F
21°C
70°F
21°C
70°F
21°C
70°F
21°C
70°F
21°C
70°F
22°C
72°F
23°C
73°F
24°C
75°F
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Quality Avg depth Max depth Experience Dive type
Birthday Ledges 3 / -
18m m 18m m All divers
Coral gardens - / -
15 m 18 m All divers
Fontao Wreck - / -
25.0 m 30.0 m CMAS ** / AOW
Ovington Court Wreck 2 / -
8.0 m 8.0 m All divers
Reef Number One - / -
25.0 m 30.0 m CMAS ** / AOW
T-Barge - / -
20.0 m 30.0 m CMAS ** / AOW
Vetch's Pier 4 / -
5.0 m 7.0 m All divers

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South Africa

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South Africa

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South Africa

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