Inhambane is a city in the southern Mozambique, lying on the Inhambane Bay at 470 km/292 mi north-east of Maputo. Known as Terra De Boa Gente (Land of Good People), it is one of the oldest and prettiest settlements in Mozambique. The landscape surrounding Inhambane is dominated by vast coconut palms where an architectural atmosphere, rich in diverse history dominated the spot's character.
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Scuba Diving in Paje Beach, Zanzibar, Tanzania
Zanzibar Island offers excellent spots for diving, but Paje Beach conserves its untouched natural character. The entire coast line from the southern part of the Island till Chwaka Bay, included Paje Beach, remains unspoiled by tourism noise, preserving its natural beauties. The inner Lagoon with its 18 m/59 ft depth is the best spot to begin your adventure, due to the natural reef, creating calm and easy conditions suitable for new aspirants. Outside the coral barrier the choices are endless.
The Indian Ocean presents a plentiful and colorful maritime life and the morphology of depths is a unique underwater backdrop. Paje beach includes some of the most beautiful and fascinating coral reefs and walls in the East Africa coastline. The ”Cement Wall” (12 m/39 ft – 35 m/109 ft), the ”Baraccuda Point” (10 m/32 ft – 25 m/82 ft), the ”Powoni Hill, North and South” (12 m/39 ft – 32 m/107 ft), the ”Woo North and South” (12 m/39 ft – 30 m/98 ft) are only some of the most classic dive sites in the area. Furthermore, the ”Powoni Cave” (15 m/49 ft – 30 m/98 ft) and the ”Big Cave” (6 m/19 ft – 25 m/82 ft) are among the most impressive sea caves in the Indian Ocean.
The unspoiled natural beauty of Paje and the abundant marine life can be very attractive reasons to dive in this amazing dank world!!