Where is it…
- It is a beautiful place at the foot of the Drakensburg.
- The water is 16 km long and 7 km wide with lots of inlets.
- Depth we think is 90 meters at its deepest.
- It is a game reserve with many species including Oribi, Mountain Reedbuck and Grey Rhebuck. So you often see game at the dive sites.
What can you see…
It has clear blue water with visibility of 5 meters in winter and up to 15 in summer. There are many fish such as yellow fish, bream and some really big barbel.
There is great topography with boulders, cliff faces and walls.
We have had some really great night dives there, full of fish and really easy.
The night dive there is the best inland night dive we have done.
There are many sunken boats to dive on and we are looking for a farm house and settlement.
Using a big sea dive boat on the dam is great fun and there are so many new sites to explore.