Scuba Diving in Cadwallon Wreck, Amathole Camp East London, Eastern Cape South Africa

5m/16.4ft - 8m/26.2ft
5m/16.4ft - 10m/33ft
Amathole is an area with stunning scenic beauty and rich in history. Located in the Eastern Cape, it gives diverse landscapes ranging from mountains and rivers to beaches, forests and estuaries. Hidden gems include the majestic rainforest, which is protected to date. Indigenous forest and breathtaking waterfalls are a must see in this region.

Close to the Amathole region is the bustling Indian Ocean which promises amazing scuba diving experience. One such spot is the Cadwallon ship wreck on East London’s waters.

The King Cadwallon ship wreck is the remains of a British screw steamer of the 18 century. The spot diving depths range from 5 m / 16.4 ft to 8 m / 26.2 ft and visibility is at 5 m / 16.4 ft to 10 m / 33 ft with amazing tropical marine species. Scuba diving at this wreck site is open to all levels of divers.