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About scuba diving in Tunisia

Tunisia is located along the Mediterranean coast of North Africa. It is bordered by Algeria to the west and Libya to the southeast. Dreaming of scuba diving and looking to experience the underwater world of Tunisia? The country offers interesting Mediterranean diving opportunities for divers of all experience levels. Diving in Tunisia is generally shore-based and centered around the tourist towns of Tabarka, Cap Bon, Monastir and Hammamet. Divers can discover a WWII wreck off the coast of Hammamet, colorful underwater fauna in Hergla, underwater archaeological sites in Mahdia, hidden caves and colorful fish in Djerba, as well as beautiful groupers near Port El Kantaoui. Alyssa Epave is a beautiful, colorful coral reef in Monastir that descends to a depth of around 60m/196ft, and the Bhiri Wreck is a coral area frequented by dolphins and pilot whales. The most popular dive sites are: Algaz Wreck, Grouper Rock, Takrouna Wreck, Mongi's Reef and Ras Turgueness Reef.

When to go to Tunisia

Diving in Tunisia is available year-round, with the best diving conditions from March to November. The climate here is temperate in the north, with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers. In the south is the Sahara Desert. Average air temperature in the north is 16-35C/60-95F. Water temperature averages 16C/60F (January-March) and 25C/77F (July-September) and visibility is 10-30m/32-98ft.

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