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Float deep into Barazuto’s fascinating alternate world.

There are so many ways to enjoy the stunningly beautiful underwater world of the Indian Ocean’s Bazaruto Archipelago. Water temperatures in this aqua paradise rarely drop below 24°C and the pristine coral reefs are teeming with exotic and colourful marine life.

Tropical beauty dazzles at every turn. A well-kept secret, Bazaruto is one of the world’s best scuba diving, snorkelling and game fishing destinations.



Scuba Diving and Snorkelling

Submerge into a world of hundreds of tropical fish species in a backdrop of pristine coral reefs and clear emerald green waters. Spot rare marine mammals including dolphins, sharks and dugongs as this deep-sea journey will have novice and experienced snorkelers and scuba divers captivated for hours.

Deep Sea Fishing

For those wanting a more active adventure, deep-sea fishing is a local highlight. The national park’s crystal clear waters are home to a thriving populations of the world’s most prized game fish, including black, blue and striped marlin, as well as kingfish, queen fish, barracuda, mackerel and yellow fin tuna.

Protected by National Park status since 1971, the archipelago has a strong conservation policy of tag and release that ensures sustainability, and many a prize catch. Indeed, Anantara Bazaruto won the prize for the most tagged fish of all commercial charter operations on the Southern African east coast.

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Chain Code: OH | Amadeus: INHADB | Galileo: A2182 | Sabre: 217525 | Worldspan: ADBAZ | Pegasus: 75499