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Kasa Divers

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Anthony A wrote a review Jun 2020
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It was a great experience learning and exploring pangani.there is great historic findings and History .Pangani a town with history dating back to 15th Century.famous Slave trading route ,Trading port and farmland.we explored Islands along the IndianOcean and Turtles.it was great riding the Boat in the Ocean and exploring the Beach.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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MaMaMaren wrote a review Sep 2018
Benajarafe, Spain23 contributions4 helpful votes
After reading all the positive reviews checking out their website, I was quite excited about going diving with them. The staff is really nice and the equipment is good, but we extremly dissappointed by the diving. The visibility was very bad, around 5-7 metres and we hardly saw anything due to it. Two small stingrays and one moray eel were the only remarkable fish we saw. The highlight of the day was the picknick lunch at the sandbank, which is quitw sad when you are on a diving trip and pay a lot of money. I understand that they can't change the conditions, but it would have been nice to warn us (apparently it was just as bad the day before), then we would have not spent that much money. The diving in Tanzania is quite expensive compared to other destinations and it was absolutely not worth the money. Probably would have seen more had we gone snorkeling. We also went diving on Zanzibar and would recommend that instead - more crowded, but much better visibility and plenty of fish (although it's not world class diving either, but nice enough).
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Silje N wrote a review Feb 2017
Stavanger, Norway52 contributions3 helpful votes
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Went for a day with some friends. Amazing dive and snorkeling abilities. Highly recommended. Also the dive instructor is really cool.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Heidismette wrote a review Nov 2016
Asker, Norway10 contributions1 helpful vote
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The owner has been working as a diver for many years and is an excellent teacher and guide! The equipment was good, and we felt very safe in the water and enjoyed the beautiful reef! The chances of meeting a turtle or dolphin was there, and that was exiting! If you find yourself in Tanzania and want to go snorkeling or diving, Kasa Divers is the place to go!
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Date of experience: November 2016
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DEBORAH O wrote a review Oct 2016
Melbourne, Australia62 contributions21 helpful votes
Kirsten of Kasai Dives deserves a medal. She has spent 10 years looking after the reef of Mezawi and taking tourists snorkelling and diving. I spent a wonderful afternoon learning about the sea life and her efforts to protect the reserve from over fishing. Well worth visiting while at Pangani.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Response from jette-11, Owner at Kasa Divers
Responded Oct 6, 2016
Dear DEBORAH, thank you very much for your wonderful review on Trip Advisor. Very happy you enjoyed your day on Maziwe and learnt much about our conservation projects. The credit goes to all of us at Friends of Maziwe for making the protection possible. Warm welcome again in Ushongo.
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