From R 2,903.00*

Sodwana Bay – End Of Winter Celebration 2020

Sodwana Bay offers some of the best reef diving in Southern Africa and has exceptional boat diving year round, with dive sites suitable for beginner to advanced divers. With an impressive number of marine species to be seen at any time of the year and a large variety of reefs to dive are a diver’s dream. Don’t miss out!

KwaZulu Natala - Sodwana Bay
3 Nights 4 Dives
7th August to 10th August
Accommodation - Coral Divers
Breakfast
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The Diving

Sodwana Bay offers some of the best reef diving in Southern Africa and has exceptional boat diving year round, with dive sites suitable for beginner to advanced divers. With an impressive number of marine species to be seen at any time of the year and a large variety of reefs to dive are a diver’s dream!

Dive Connection invite you to join us at on this dive trip at one of the original lodge & dive charter operations in Sodwana Bay, family  run and owned for 25 years, for its warm, friendly atmosphere  and a relaxed, yet professional dive experience.

The Resort

Nestled inside the coastal bush, you will find an array of accommodation styles to suit your budget. A well-stocked, and licensed bar is located near the pool deck and offers a variety of light meals, coffees, milk shakes and snacks. Choose from a selection of burgers, wraps, toasties or pizzas and many more, while relaxing at the pool side or in our fabulous Boma area. Fires are lit here every evening, and add a great ambience to the friendly and social vibe. A large and newly renovated, well-equipped self-catering area, and offers all the 'mod cons', complete with compartmental fridges for those who wish to prepare their own meals.

Check List of ‘Must-Haves’ to bring with:

  • Dive Certification card & logbook (excluding scuba students)
  • Insect Repellent - Sodwana Bay is not considered a Malaria Area so prophylactics are not required
  • Plug adaptor for two-prong plugs
  • Sunscreen
  • Beach towels (& also bath towels for the Standard Cabins)
  • Charging cables for phones / cameras

 

Pricing (Low Season)

Cabins

EN-SUITE CHALET – Private en-suite bathroom (Double, Twin) –

3 Nights, 4 Dives Packages including Buffet Breakfast & Park Fees (iSimangaliso & Ezemvelo)

Accommodation & Dives Nitrox Excluded Nitrox Included
Per person sharing R 3 852.00 R 4 132.00

Accommodation offered for this trip ranges from rustic cabins with the bare basics, to more comfortable cabins with their own bathroom facilities. There are two types of cabins on offer, Standard Cabin & Private Bathroom and the En-suite Cabin.

All cabins have linen provided (sheets/ pillows/ duvet). Those cabins with their own bathrooms, have a toilet, basin and a shower. All cabins have electricity with plug points.

STANDARD CHALET - Private bathroom (Not en-suite - Double & Twin Rooms) –

3 Nights, 4 Dives Packages including Buffet Breakfast & Park Fees (iSimangaliso & Ezemvelo)

Accommodation & Dives Nitrox Excluded Nitrox Included
Per person sharing R 3 537.00 R 3 817.00

(All diving priced at 2 Mile Reefs only)

Tents

SAFARI TENTS – Communal bathroom (Twin Rooms) –

3 Nights, 4 Dives Packages including Buffet Breakfast & Park Fees (iSimangaliso & Ezemvelo)

Accommodation & Dives Nitrox Excluded Nitrox Included
Per person sharing R 2 903.00 R 3 187.00

(All diving priced at 2 Mile Reefs only)

Each tent has an electric light but no plug point. You are also required to bring along your own linen (sleeping bag, or sheet, duvet and pillows). Don’t worry if you are not able to provide your own linen… let us know and we can arrange to hire bedding from the venue if needed. Each tent has two single beds, with foam mattresses and a built in fly-screen. However, please remember that there are no private bathrooms for the tents. All guests must make use of the KZN Wildlife shared bathroom just near the tents.

There are separate showers and toilets for both men and the ladies, and the ladies get the option to take a bath as well. These ablutions are serviced daily and consist of 3 toilets, 2 showers and a bath (The bath is only in the ‘Ladies’ and you will need to bring your own plug!). There is hot and cold running water.

Please remember to always zip your door flaps when not in the tent, as the monkeys will endeavour to make themselves at home in your absence, devouring anything edible and playing havoc with toiletries and medication.