This month we will feature diving and swimming with wild dolphins.
If you have diving on your bucket list and would like to take the plunge into the magnificence of the underwater world why not consider diving in Ponta Malongane, Mozambique.
Southern Mozambique boasts some of the most beautiful and diverse coral reefs in Southern Africa. The best time to go to Mozambique for diving is during the winter months between May and September this is because there is less wind, fewer storms and the current is not as strong. This all increases visibility. Whales are generally seen off the coast from June to October.
Everyone loves dolphins. They're finned, they're fun, and they're particularly friendly to humans. Sure, you know dolphins are enchanting, but these sea creatures are a whole lot more than meets the bottlenose. From listening with their mouths to remembering names for decades, the ancient Greeks called dolphins "sacred fish".
Imagine swimming side by side with these calm and friendly creatures! Southern Mozambique is a premier destination for life-enhancing encounters with Dolphins.
When you submerge underwater you enter a truly serene world. Mozambique's crystal clear ocean depths provide the perfect environment for humans and Dolphins to socially engage. Dolphins are curious and playful - their exquisite movements and amusing behavior are a joy to behold. Swimmers often feel contentment on a deep level after an encounter.
Dolphin encounters have become the ultimate dream for many because of their healing and playful nature. Make sure to book your Dolphin Swim with an experienced, capable operator. Gobundu works with a reliable tour operator.
All dolphin interactions should be respectful and conscious of the dolphins' terms and natures' conditions.
These are but a few of the activities you can explore while in beautiful Mozambique.
If you're looking for someone to assist you with planning for your Mozambican holiday, contact GoBundu's destination specialist email@example.com or phone GoBundu on +27 28 254 9193.