Malawi Dive Sites

Scuba Do

Scuba Do is based at the Livingstonia Beach Hotel at Senga Bay. It is a fully equipped scuba diving school,
which caters for first time divers.

Padi Open Water Diver

The modular course is undertaken in a relaxed environment utilising the hotel pool, which lets you practise your scuba diving skills in a controlled environment. There are also two fully geared-up dive schools: Cape Maclear Scuba Shack at Stevens’ Resthouse, and Lake Divers at Golden Sands. They both have highly qualified instructors and offer learn-to-dive courses and a range of options for people already experienced.

Diving Lake Malawi

Fish With its spectacular sunrises, unspoiled scenery and crystal clear waters; Lake Malawi is one of the most famous freshwater scuba diving locations in the world.The third largest lake in Africa, ninth worldwide and with a depth of up to 700 metres.

Lake Malawi boasts of over 1000 species of tropical fish - 350 of which are unique to the lake. Scuba diving in Lake Malawi is like exploring a giant aquarium and being engulfed by a rainbow of fish.

In fact, resort courses are available to those who wish to learn to dive. Fully qualified instructors welcome beginners and Lake Malawi, at 474m above sea level is the ideal place to learn to dive.

Last Updated on Sunday 6th December 2009