PADI Scholarships Result in Wrap-Around Smiles!
OUR IMPROVED RESTAURANT AND BAR NOW SERVING SEAFOOD AND OPEN AT NIGHT!
Our restaurant 23° SUL has been such a huge success that we are have now built a much larger kitchen will be serving fresh seafood at night, over and above our organic and healthy menu. We have a wide variety of cuisine on offer, from full English breakfasts to muesli and yogurt for the mornings to fresh and tasty salads, scrumptious fashion sandwiches and paoninis, a range of [some say the best ever] burgers, chicken, fillet steak etc. Open 7 days a week from 06h30-22h00! Be sure to check out our specials board, which offers some exceptional meals! Opening soon!
SPECTACULAR SIGHTINGS AT TOFO THIS MONTH
The diving has been incredible with huge plankton feeding frenzies in Tofinho during the past couple of weeks, with 40 plus whalesharks and manta rays seen at the same time! For the first time a manatee mother and calf were seen on Salon recently _ an outstanding and truly rare event. Other amazing sights seen recently were manta rays on shallow reefs, sailfish and a hammerhead shark on Giant.s Castle. Huge numbers of game fish causing huge bait balls are also becoming a more frequent event and the Harlequin Shrimps are once again back on Mikes Cupboard!
COOPER WALKING AND TALKING!
Welcome to Tofo Scuba's New Family Member
GREAT NEWS IS THAT JOHN and NIKKI HAD A BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY, Cooper Alexander Pears was born on the 22nd Oct 2008 the latest addition to our dream team!
Spectacular sightings at Tofo this Month
The diving has been unusually spectacular with unbelievable and unheard of sightings in Tofo this month. A 7 metre sailfish on the safety stop at Giants Castle which hung around for 5 or 6 minutes, A hammerhead shark on one of our new dive sites, Tabletop, A plankton bloom in Tofinho, with around 10 whalesharks and 6 manta rays feeding on the surface, and Our ocean safari yesterday encountered and snorkelled with no less than 15 individual whalesharks, and managed a rare sighting of a hammerhead shark on the surface.