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Cleaning Station at Manta Reef
Whale Shark in Tofhino
Masters students in marine biology and coastal management
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Carlos underwater with mask
Launching from Praia do Tofo
Ready for a surf launch
Alberto, Anabela and the Maunza crew before a Village talk
Fishermen heading out from Praia Do Tofo
Dive Princesses
Three new instructors
Surf Launch with Carlos in the Lead
Whale Shark
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An old friend at Giants Castle
Shark Ray on Giants Castle

The coastline of Moçambique is one of the world’s thirty-four official Biodiversity Hotspots.

It is home to year-round populations of marine megafauna: Whale Sharks, Manta Rays, five species of sea turtles, sharks, dolphins, Dugongs and whales. Its reef systems are largely unexplored and unexploited.

Areas of high biocultural diversity and charismatic megafauna attract tourists and, as the world’s largest business, tourism is vital for growing small and medium enterprise in rapidly developing countries like Moçambique. The Government recognizes its role in building sustainable economies for rural Moçambicans and has developed strategies to boost tourism, especially in Inhambane Province.

Moçambique is still far from realizing the economic potential of tourism for its citizens, but Bitonga Divers has established itself in Inhambane to capitalize on the opportunity to grow sustainable and responsible livelihoods for Moçambicans far into the future.

 

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