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Diving in Djerba

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Touristy Djerba is well equipped for people wanting to learn to dive. And it’s not just the dive schools and hire places that are right, it’s the clean clear water – which is quite warm – and the colourful marine life that can be spotted not to far from the shore that add to the appeal also. Octopus, sea bass, sea bream in schools and graceful stingrays are the larger creatures you can expect to come across amongst the sponges, which this island used to farm.

The rocky sections of coast hide some interesting cave for more experienced divers to explore, and a bit further out there’s a WW2 wreck to have a trawl over.

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