Snorkelling in Garden Route

Go on a Snorkelling Adventure in the Garden Route and prepare to fall in love! The underwater gardens from Mossel Bay to Storms River are filled with colourful nudibranches, anemones and shysharks, but perhaps the most endearing creature of them all is the endangered Knysna seahorse.
It is hard to resist the charm of this tiny greenish-brown creature. Seahorses swim upright and their small pectoral fins steer them as they glide along. They have eyes like a chameleon, that swivel…

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Snorkelling in Garden Route

Go on a Snorkelling Adventure in the Garden Route and prepare to fall in love! The underwater gardens from Mossel Bay to Storms River are filled with colourful nudibranches, anemones and shysharks, but perhaps the most endearing creature of them all is the endangered Knysna seahorse.

It is hard to resist the charm of this tiny greenish-brown creature. Seahorses swim upright and their small pectoral fins steer them as they glide along. They have eyes like a chameleon, that swivel independently looking for food and watching out for predators.

For a more playful adventure, visit the Robberg peninsula, where you can have fun amongst a colony of fur seals.

Snorkelling in Garden Route Operators

Adventure's Edge Dive Centre - Scuba Diving - Garden Route

Adventure's Edge is based on Diaz Beach in Mossel Bay, in the lovely Garden Route. We specialise in both scuba diving and PADI scuba training. We offer dive charters both from shore (to the closer reefs) and from our diver-dedicated boat (to deeper reefs) and PADI scuba courses, as well as supplying all scuba gear. Our company prides itself in being able to provide the highest quality scuba to...

Untouched Adventures - Scuba Diving - Garden Route

Scuba and snorkel inside the marine protected area of Tsitsikamma National Park. Discover the Storms River Mouth on South Africa’s Garden Route, and explore this untouched playground. Snorkel hire is available daily, and our friendly guides will point you in the right direction to see the underwater treasures of Tsitsikamma. The shore entry scuba dives are maximum 12 m deep, and you will see...