Inhambane, Mozambique. Like Cartagena before the tourists, although this may not be the case in 5 years' time. Renowned as Mozambique's prettiest city, Art Deco and Streamline architecture dominates, with wide avenues and empty praças and a huge, bustling market at its core. Only twenty-five minutes drive away are the famous beaches and lodges at Tofo and Barra, with world-class diving and the chance to swim with giant mantas and whale sharks.
Ive swam with sharks but now, i want to swim with a WHALE SHARK! I think this one is on every SCUBA diver's bucket list. to dive with whale sharks. These sharks grow up to 40 feet long and eat krill, getting their reputation as "gentle giants".
The whale shark has distinctive light-yellow markings (random stripes and dots) on its very thick dark gray skin. Its skin is up to 4 inches cm) thick. There are three prominent ridges running along each side of the shark's body