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GAP YEAR PROGRAMS - SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa is fast becoming one of the most popular gap year destinations, especially for avid scuba divers. The wildlife in Africa isn't limited to the vast safari plains. The water are breaming with life and provides a wealth of marine animals. If adventure is what you are looking for then you have arrived at the right destination. While scuba diving on Aliwal Shoal you will be able to get face to face with various sharks and extradinary marine creatures. Spend your gapyear exploring this beautiful continent and coastline while diving with Crystal Divers. Choose one of our programs below or contact us for a tailormade package. Our GapYear Programs include, scuba diving, marine and terrestial conservation. In addtion we also include various excursions like bungee jumping , zip-lining, kite surfing, stand up paddling and much more.

Clownfish in Aquarium

FUN-DAMENTALS

Have you always wondered what it was like to breath underwater? Do you enjoy the great ourdoors? While travelling through South Africa you can join us in Aliwal Shoal Scottburgh and learn to dive while also taking part in various fun activities.  This gapyear program includes various scuba diving qualifications, introduction to Kite Surfing, Stand Up Paddling lessons and other adventures activities. 

Gap Year - Shark Conservation Internship , South Africa

SHARK GUARDIAN DIVER PROGRAMS


SHARK GUARDIAN DIVER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – SOUTH AFRICA

New roads paved into Marine Research Programs 


Crystal Divers and Shark Guardian have teamed up to drive exciting Marine Research Programs on the reefs of the Aliwal Shoal in South Africa. Known as the Shark Guardian Diver Program, it has been designed to collect research data to assist in the preservation of our beautiful oceans by sustaining the vibrant  marine life for our future generations. As divers, we are all aware that global shark populations are in decline due to over-fishing and by-catch; and it is our responsibility to educate the general public that if measures are not taken (soon), we might see the extinction of many of the shark species we see in our oceans today. This also has a major knock-on effect for the entire marine ecosystem and all the organisms which exist within it.