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Identifying and cleaning our coastline, one rock pool at a time.
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SNORKELING AREAS INDEX

WESTERN CAPE
CAPE PENINSULA

GARDEN ROUTE :
Stilbaai
Buffelsbaai
Gerrickes
Knysna Heads
Coney Glen
Plettenburg Bay

EASTERN CAPE
TSITSIKAMMA

Natures Valley
Storms River
SUNSHINE COAST
Cannon Rocks
Kenton On Sea

KWAZULU NATAL
SOUTH COAST

Ifafa Beach
Rocky Bay
Park Rynie
Scottburgh
The Bluff
DURBAN
NORTH COAST
ZULULAND
ELEPHANT COAST

NORTHERN COAST
NAMAQUA LAND


Welcome to Snorkeling SA

 The South African coastline is over 2500 kilometers long, starting from the Namibia border on the Atlantic Ocean, round the tip of Africa and ending up at the Mozambique border on the Indian Ocean. This coastline contains many rock and tidal pools which act as nurseries to a variety of marine life and plants. These pools are ideal for all age groups to snorkel in but they are not very well promoted.

With this in mind, Snorkeling SA is visiting this entire coastline and looking for possible snorkeling areas and then adding them to our index. Each area gets its own page within this index. On each site we show the best time to visit, the recommended skill level required and any possible dangers to note. We also inform local tourism and accommodation facilities in each area to makes them aware of these sites and we scout around for other activities and places of interest and list them on the corresponding page for your interrest.

While we visit each site, we also conduct clean up projects. (See our page above on cleaning the South African Coastline) Companies and Business's in each area are then approched to advertise on this website and those funds are used towards addressing the marine litter and ghost fishing issues. The website index and the clean up projects both cost time and money which is raised raised from Donations and Advertisers. Help us continue both these projects, PLEASE DONATE

a map to Snorkeling areas along the South African coastline      10min walk on the beach in Scottburgh and removed litter