Zanzibar Dive Site Map

Dive Site Map of Unguja (Zanzibar Island) in the Zanzibar Archipelago off the East African Swahili Coast, showing 22 of the best dive sites around Northern Unguja, including the Mnemba Island Marine Conservation Area, Tumbatu, Nungwi Reef and Leven Bank

Best Dive Sites Of Zanzibar

The north coast of Unguja (Zanzibar Island) is one of the most famous diving destinations in the Zanzibar Archipelago, where dive sites include reef and wall diving for all levels.

Our dive base on Nungwi Beach is the central starting point for your trips to the best dive sites of Unguja (Zanzibar Island). From here you can explore up to 22 spots around the amazing nature reserves of Mnemba Island Marine Conservation Area, TumbatuNungwi reef and Leven Bank with us. View dive packages >

Zanzibar Marine Life

The abundant reefs in the Indian Ocean around northern Unguja (Zanzibar Island) offer a wide range of amazing hard and soft corals. Avoid touching the corals while diving or snorkeling.

At our dive sites you can encounter pods of dolphins, sea turtles, abundant tropical reef fish, a large variety of small marine life and extraordinary sea creatures.

Very rarely we meet the whale shark, manta ray or whale, but with a little luck sometimes the white tip reef shark.

Depending on spot we mostly encounter the green sea turtle, bottlenose dolphin, octopus, leaf fish, sea horse, porcelain crab, frog fish, crocodile fish, razor fish, blue spotted ray, titan triggerfish, mantis shrimp, marbeled grouper, ghost pipefish, cuttlefish, trumpet fish, indian ocean walkman, stingray, vlaming´s unicornfish, blackspotted sweetlip, nudibranch, barracuda, bigeye, harlequin shrimp, pennant coralfish, flying gurnard, moray eel, weedy scorpion fish, redtooth triggerfish, lobster, bluefin trevally, kingfish, black-blotched porcupinefish, napoleon wrasse, stone fish, twobar anemonefish, lion fish, emperor angelfish, guitar fish, tuna and many more …

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