Youth Diving Holiday

Join us for the adventure of a lifetime with our brand new Youth Diving Holiday program, made for 18 to thirty-somethings looking to get out of the city and enjoy a rustic tropical beach lifestyle for a few weeks.

Enjoy diving everyday, going on different adventures to explore this amazing gem and meet other young travelers!


  • 1 to 4 weeks.


  • Age 18 to 39.

  • Must be able to swim.

  • PADI Medical Form filled in (email us for the medical form).

Arrival and Departure:

  • The holiday begins on a Friday every week, check-in at the camp is after 5pm.

  • Check-out is also on a Friday, before 12pm.

  • Airport transfers from the Richards Bay airport can be organised if needed.



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Live in a tropical paradise in a small rustic coastal town on the east coast of South Africa, called Sodwana Bay.


  • PADI Open Water course (If you're already a diver you can do your Advanced Open Water or do the 1 week holiday without a dive course).

  • All required dive training manuals.

  • 1-2 dives a day, five days a week.

  • Hard gear rental (BCD, regulator, cylinder and weight belt).

  • Transport to and from the Sodwana Bay beach as well as around Sodwana.

  • Some excursions and trips.

  • Gate fees into the iSimangaliso Wetland Park.

  • Food (Each week volunteers buy food at the Spar and prepare their own food in the shared kitchen).

  • Accommodation.


Price from R 10 950 (7 days).

Contact us for a personalised quote for your adventure with us!

Bring your dive buddies along and get a group discount.


  • PADI Course - Advanced Open Water, Rescue, Nitrox, Speciality courses.

  • Weekend trip to Kosi Bay.

  • Game drives at the nearby parks.

  • Day / weekend trips to St Lucia.

  • Turtle tour to the turtle nesting site during nesting and hatching season (seasonal availability).

  • Surf lessons.

  • Quad bike tours.

  • Trips to the untouched Northern beaches.

  • Deep sea fishing, spear fishing and beach fishing.

  • Freediving.


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