Karibuni Welcome to Eco2 Diving

Have you ever dreamed of extraordinary diving…

…surrounded by remarkable marine life in an unspoilt area away from mass tourism with an environmentally friendly dive center? Look no further then, Eco2 Diving is waiting for you.

Based in Mikindani bay, Eco2 Diving takes you to explore the undiscovered gem of the Western Indian Ocean, South Tanzania. Thus, our dive trips take you to underwater paradise: world-class muck diving; incredible deep dive sites; the Mnazi-bay marine park,
everything is on our doorstep.

Consequently, to discover these underwater treasures, we teach all PADI courses from Beginner to Professional to help you take the next steps in improving your diving skills for your underwater exploration. Above all, as a PADI Dive Resort, you can even book your entire dive package with us including diving, accomodation, airport pickups and excursions.

So, this hidden gem is only waiting for you. Now, get ready for a whole new level of underwater adventures
and meet us on the contact page to book your next dive trip.

Never been diving before?

Take a look at our beginner adventures

Ready for underwater adventures?

Join our next local dive trip

Want to improve your diving skills ?

Choose your next PADI course

Not sure where to stay?

Find the best dive package for you

Looking for more activities?

Discover our other marine excursions

eco2 diving is strategically positioned…

…where the southern equatorial current meets the African coast. Due to these currents and their nutrient rich waters, our dive sites are home to pristine reefs and rare species. With over 258 corals and 400 species of fish so far, this area is now recognised as the center of biological diversity for the whole East African coast.

Therefore, Eco2 Diving provides a unique diving experience like nowhere on this blue planet.
On one hand, Mikindani bay and the Mnazi-bay marine park welcome pelagics such as barracuda schools, trevallies, tunas, rays and sharks. On the other hand, our muck divers are in for a complete treat and easily spot macro treasures such as mantis shrimp, ribbon eels, seahorses, frogfish, pipefish and a large variety of nudibranchs and flatworms.

Additionally, humpback whales visit us seasonally from August to November, ocean sunfish from July to September, and nesting turtles in the spring.

In order to see more pictures of our underwater treasures, check out our gallery.

Thanks Eco2 for running clean-ups in our suburbs. No more tummy aches from plastic bags.
Jellyfish never tasted so good!

TurtleAbsolute foodie

Eco2 makes me feel like a star
because they love taking pictures of me and always make sure they only leave bubbles.

Mantis shrimpPhotography enthusiast

Sometimes, I can be a bit territorial. But I am happy when Eco2 divers show up.
Given that these guys only visit in small groups, I feel I can let my guard down.

Anemone fishProtector of the realm

Haven’t broken a spine in a while!
Happy these guys don’t drop their anchor when they come visit.

Sea urchinSpiny walker