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Underwater Photo Location: Shark Park, Aliwal Shoal

Underwater Photo Location: Shark Park, Aliwal Shoal

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If you would like to dive with sharks, this site comes highly recommended. There are a number of operators, but I will choose Blue Wilderness each time with out thinking a second.
Facts about Shark Park, Aliwal Shoal
  • It is in South Africa
  • Shark Park, Aliwal Shoal is in the Mozambique Channel.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
sharks

Diving facilities
airnitroxhireguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Geo Cloete
Admiring the Sun Black Tip Shark photographed close to Aliwal Shoal. The water was not the cleanest, but I like the "reality" the green adds to the photo, as deep blue super viz is not the reality for most divers.

by Allen Walker
An portrait image of 2 Oceanic Blacktips close to the surface at last light

by Allen Walker
"Splash" Blacktip shark breaking through the surface back into the water after trying to grad a sardine.
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