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Praia Da Rocha is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located in Mozambique. The maximum depth is 41-50ft/12-15m. The average visibility is 91-100ft/28-30m.

Topography: This reef is made up of lots of huge boulders, all cut away on the bottom to form a maze of gullies and swim-throughs to the point where it resembles a grotto. A vast variety of soft coral can also be found on this reef. All the usual small Tropical Fish can be seen. This is an offshore reef and is therefore not generally affected by currents but can be affected by surge as the shore side of the reef is a rock face (as the name suggests .Place of the Rocks.). It is therefore not dived with a large swell running.

Degree of Difficulty: This is an easy dive and is suitable for all levels of experience. Especially suitable for those looking for a long, slow, gentle and interesting dive. Will also be of particular interest to the underwater photographer.

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