South Africa Snorkeling Safaris with Tidal Tao

The mission of the Snorkel Around The World Team is offer information and news about the world best snorkelling places. As we can’t be everywhere and don’t know all spots, we are always happy if we get place descriptions and photos from other snorkelling fanatics. Let’s read a short summary from Tidal Tao about snorkelling in South Africa!Tidal Tao Snorkeling

Tidal Tao – Peace, Love, Snorkel

If you’re planning to visit the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, then a snorkel with Tidal Tao is a must. This is one of the best snorkelling experiences South Africa has to offer, with warm water all year round, varieties of fish, marine life and probably has some of the most southern shallow hard corals in the world, no jokes! All of this is in safe, shallow protected areas.

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The coastline here is definitely a wilderness that rivals any national park or game reserve. We see whales migrating every winter and dolphins enjoying the surf. Our record of species in less than waist deep water is a 150 species of fish and we are still finding nudibranchs, not yet to be described by science. It is really a special place and all worth protecting.

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Our mission is to get people in the water! All you need to do is stick your head underwater with a mask, to be exposed to the variety of life in our oceans and we hope that you’ll be amazed and appreciate this natural beauty.

The Tidal Tao team offers different tours, like

  • discover snorkelling safaris
  • explorer snorkelling safaris
  • night tours
  • whale and dolphing watching trails
  • morning snorkelling meditation
  • educational trips for schools

For more information click on the Tidal Tao Snorkeling Safaris logo.
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Thank you very much Tidal Tao for this great summary and the photos! We hope one time we could visit you and explore South Africa!

Anett Szaszi

Anett fell in love with the ocean immediately when she put her head underwater in the Red Sea back in 2010. Discovering megacities is not her style but getting lost in tiny coastal villages, capturing the beauty of the sea while snorkeling. Wherever she goes, she takes her mask, fins and underwater camera with her. She has a big interest in exploring the world’s last hidden underwater paradises and marine conservation. She hopes to inspire people to protect our oceans by sharing her underwater stories. Find her photos on @anett.szaszi Instagram too!

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