eco2 diving, when the dream finally became reality


Curious to know more?
Scroll down and learn what makes the Mikindani bay such a special place.

The sea, once it casts its spell,
holds one in its net of wonder forever.

Jacques Yves Cousteau

If you want to go fast, go alone.
If you want to go far, go together.

African proverb

What about you ?

So as the proverb says, we never make it far by ourselves so… we may have a few things to ask you.

Please help us by only using ‘reef safe’ suncream. Here in Mikindani or actually anywhere else in the world, suncream has a very damaging effect on corals. This little and simple change makes a huge difference to the health of our reefs… and to happiness of divers 🙂

Finding bins in here can be quiet challenging and too many of us just end up dropping waste in the wild. So, please dispose of all your rubbish (and cigarette butts) in appropriate containers or keep it until you can. You have no idea how rewarding it is to find that golden garbage collector after a whole day walking.

Make sure you bring a reusable water bottle or get one on the premises. We have a drinkable water fountain at the dive shop: feel free to fill up any time. 

Finally, since June, the 1st of 2019, Tanzania is prohibiting single use plastic. Support this great initiative by considering it when packing (fines can be pretty high) and refusing any single use plastic (straws not welcome…).

Now that you know it all, we hope you are more excited than ever to join us on our next dive trip and discover this unspoilt part of Tanzania.
We look forward to diving with you soon. Happy bubbles!