Spanish Dancer Divers in Zanzibar

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Spanish Dancer Divers is a great diving centre with good equipment and excellent staff - they are not only being professional, but are all lovely people and fun to be around.

But be aware of Shee's great marketing skills! ;) I was planning to do one dive only and ended up doing six amazing dives, the highlight was swimming with a turtle (and seeing six more on the same dive).

They also gave me a really good price, much better than any other diving centre in Nungwi.

So great value for money, but not at expense of safety or comfort.

I highly recommend them!We had an amazing time with Alvaro and Shee!!!

We almost booked with East African Dive but thankfully stopped in to check out Spanish Dancer Divers and were charmed into booking with them after being offered a free refresher dive with Shee.

My friend ended up getting her Advanced Certification with Alvaro who was a kind, forgiving and sympathetic instructor.

Even though my friend was going through a course, he made certain my dives were great nonetheless.

We visited the Mnemba Atoll for a deep dive and took pictures and swam endlessly with turtles at Nyumba Ya Kasa (Turtle House).

We had a amazing time on our first night dive as well - something everyone should consider.

Alvaro went totally out of his way and shot videos of us and then edited a little movie to give to us before leaving.

I genuinely recommend them.

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