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 2 Mile Reef

South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal, Sodwana Bay

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 27° 30.776' S
Longitude: 32° 41.173' E

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English (Translate this text in English): The reef is about 1.7 km long and up to 900 m wide. It is one of the most popular reefs to dive at, since it is only a few minutes away from the launch area. Many different corals, reef and mid-water fish can be found here, with eels and other creatures hiding in the many caves and holes. Two Mile Reef is where most new divers in South Africa do their qualifying dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef is about 1.7 km long and up to 900 m wide. It is one of the most popular reefs to dive at, since it is only a few minutes away from the launch area. Many different corals, reef and mid-water fish can be found here, with eels and other creatures hiding in the many caves and holes. Two Mile Reef is where most new divers in South Africa do their qualifying dive.

The reef is about 1.7 km long and up to 900 m wide. It is one of the most popular reefs to dive at, since it is only a few minutes away from the launch area. Many different corals, reef and mid-water fish can be found here, with eels and other creatures hiding in the many caves and holes. Two Mile Reef is where most new divers in South Africa do their qualifying dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef is about 1.7 km long and up to 900 m wide. It is one of the most popular reefs to dive at, since it is only a few minutes away from the launch area. Many different corals, reef and mid-water fish can be found here, with eels and other creatures hiding in the many caves and holes. Two Mile Reef is where most new divers in South Africa do their qualifying dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef is about 1.7 km long and up to 900 m wide. It is one of the most popular reefs to dive at, since it is only a few minutes away from the launch area. Many different corals, reef and mid-water fish can be found here, with eels and other creatures hiding in the many caves and holes. Two Mile Reef is where most new divers in South Africa do their qualifying dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef is about 1.7 km long and up to 900 m wide. It is one of the most popular reefs to dive at, since it is only a few minutes away from the launch area. Many different corals, reef and mid-water fish can be found here, with eels and other creatures hiding in the many caves and holes. Two Mile Reef is where most new divers in South Africa do their qualifying dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef is about 1.7 km long and up to 900 m wide. It is one of the most popular reefs to dive at, since it is only a few minutes away from the launch area. Many different corals, reef and mid-water fish can be found here, with eels and other creatures hiding in the many caves and holes. Two Mile Reef is where most new divers in South Africa do their qualifying dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef is about 1.7 km long and up to 900 m wide. It is one of the most popular reefs to dive at, since it is only a few minutes away from the launch area. Many different corals, reef and mid-water fish can be found here, with eels and other creatures hiding in the many caves and holes. Two Mile Reef is where most new divers in South Africa do their qualifying dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef is about 1.7 km long and up to 900 m wide. It is one of the most popular reefs to dive at, since it is only a few minutes away from the launch area. Many different corals, reef and mid-water fish can be found here, with eels and other creatures hiding in the many caves and holes. Two Mile Reef is where most new divers in South Africa do their qualifying dive.

How? By boat

Distance Short boat time (< 10min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 16.0 m / 52.5 ft

Max depth 20.0 m / 65.6 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Outstanding

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Dive type

- Reef
- Ambiance
- Shoal

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- Marine biology
- Night dive
- First dive
- Dive training
- Orientation
- Photography

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2 Mile Reef
Per DiveDadda
Sep 25, 2010
Final Training Dive!!! - Weather was Excellent!! Last training dive for CMAS one star!!! Yay!! Great Dive, great photo's, great weekend. Can't wait to go again.
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2 Mile Reef
Per DiveDadda
Sep 24, 2010
2nd Dive - 2nd Dive for the day. Weather was not good at all. Visibility about 10m. Fed the fishes again when waiting for the rest of dive group. Took nice photo's though.
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2 Mile Reef
Per DiveDadda
Sep 24, 2010
First Sea Dive - What an experience!!! Now I am hooked. Got a little seasick on the boat while waiting for the other divers.
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2 Mile Reef
Per nonamebrand
Oct 11, 2009
- Got my OW qualification
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2 Mile Reef
Per nonamebrand
Oct 9, 2009
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Viatge: Sodwana no. 1
Per DiveDadda
Des de Sep 24, 2010 fins a Sep 26, 2010
Our first seawater dive trip. Weather was not bad at all. Lots of roadworks on the way from Pretoria to the Coast. Had a long drive there. Usually the trip would take about 7 hrs max. This took us almost 10 hours!!! Wish the roadworks would finish so
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Viatge: OW Qualification
Per nonamebrand
Des de Oct 8, 2009 fins a Oct 11, 2009
Qualifying dives for Open Water certification
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