Port Elizabeth

Diving at Phillips Reef

Sports & Leisure / Water Sport in or near Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Things To Do in SummerstrandDiving at Phillips Reef

Sports & Leisure Water Sport Port Elizabeth

Where? Phillips Reef just off of Hobie Beach, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth

When? Please enquire with one of the local dive operators.

How much? Price on request

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Summerstrand, in Eastern Cape

If you want to see a vast amount of marine life at a great dive location, then head down to Phillips Reef just off of Hobie Beach.

Great for night diving, this reef consists of a number of slender gullies running along the coast. If you are lucky you may see some small Ragged Tooth sharks, who visit the reef on occasion.

Local residents on the reef include the Blue Spotted Stingrays, a number of Sea Squirts, Corals, Hydroids, Sponges, Anemones and a variety of smaller fish. This colourful wonderland is stunning to see, exciting to dive through and definitely worth a visit.

Divers can expect to dive between 8 and 16 meters here.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Summerstrand

The Beach Hotel

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The Beach Hotel

The Beach Hotel is Port Elizabeth’s finest boutique hotel located on Port Elizabeth’s magnificent beachfront directly ... more

Kaliza's Place

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Kaliza's Place

Situated in a quiet street in Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, we cater for tourists, the business person and holiday ... more

@ 47 Guest House

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@ 47 Guest House

@ 47 Guest House is situated in a tranquil, upmarket part of Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth and offers quality, spacious ... more

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