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About Djerba

Djerba, also transliterated as Jerba or Jarbah, is considered the largest North African island and is located in the Gulf of Gabes. It is suited to divers of all levels and is well known for the excellent opportunities it offers for both snorkeling and scuba diving, including cave and wreck diving suitable for more advanced divers. There are a variety of dive sites ranging from intermediate to advanced. Among the most popular sites that Djerba offers are: the Richard Giniori Wreck, a 150m/492ft-long Italian warship, the Aitalla Wreck, the Aïda Wreck, Octopus Reef, Ras Turgueness Reef and Sidi Solimen Reef. Besides interesting underwater landscapes, divers can also observe the diverse marine life in the waters off Djerba: beautiful reefs with a variety of colorful reef fish, red and black coral, octopuses, bream, sea sponges, rays, dolphins and a plethora of other species.

When to go to Djerba

It is possible to dive Djerba all year round, but the best time is from March to November. The climate is temperate, with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers. Air temperature averages around 16-35C/60-95F. Water temperature averages 16C/60F (January-March) and 25C/77F (July-September), with an average water visibility of 10-30m/32-98ft.