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The dive site North Greentree is an offshore rocky reef with coral in the Guinjata Bay area near Inhambane in Southern Mozambique.


UnderstandEdit

PositionEdit

  • S24°00.78' E035°31.00'
  • About 6.9km from Guinjata Bay launch area, just off Ponta Gumula



VisibilityEdit

Visibility can exceed 20m

TopographyEdit

Table reef, with boulders at the edge.


ConditionsEdit

Get inEdit

The site is only accessible by boat. It is about 6.7km from Guinjata Bay beach launch site.


SeeEdit

 
Blue sponge
 
Natal Knifejaw
 
Sea cucumber
 
Sponges and feather stars
 
Sponges
 
Gorgonian coral

Marine lifeEdit

Large variety of sponges, Diana's Hogfish, Shortspine porcupine fish, Natal knifejaw, Black edged butterfly fish , Nine striped cardinal, Band tail cardinal, Red fanged triggerfish, Clown triggerfish, Manta, Devil rays, Red armpit starfish, Red spined star, Spotted green cushion star, Brown feather stars, Black and white banded feather stars, Lilac colonial squirts, Red split fan sponge, Orange arch sponge, Bright blue encrusting sponge, Pink sea cucumber with black blotches, Red whip coral with blue polyps, Soft brown plate coral, white spotted Partner shrimp. Big blue anemone, Brittle star, White feather duster worm, Red sea fan, turtles.


PhotographyEdit

RoutesEdit

Follow the divemaster.

Stay safeEdit

HazardsEdit

No site specific hazards known.

SkillsEdit

No special skills required.

EquipmentEdit

No special equipment required. A DSMB is recommended in case it is necessary to surface away from the dive leader.

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