Lake Otjikoto 

Lake Otjikoto is a water filled sinkhole with a known water depth of about 100 metres. It is of historical importance because of the presence of World War I artifacts that were dumped in the lake at the end of the war. Otjikoto is a National heritage site and diving is controlled through a permit system. Contact us if you would like to dive this site.

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 Lake Guinas 

Lake Guinas is a water filled sinkhole with a known water depth of about 135 metres. A unique feature of the lake is that the water temperature remains at about 25 degrees Celsius all year round and irrespective of depth. The lake is home to an endangered fish species. Guinas is situated on private land and diving is controlled through a concession system.  Contact us if you would like to dive this site.

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 Harasib 

Harasib is a cave lake with a known water depth of about 265 metres. This underground lake is about 100 metres below the surface and proficiency in vertical caving techniques is required to reach the water. Sunlight enters through a slot in the roof which also provides acces to the lake. Harasib is situated on private land and diving is controlled through a concession system.  Contact us if you would like to dive this site.

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 Dragon's Breath 

Dragon's Breath is a cave lake with a known water depth of about 205 metres. It is the largest non-subglacial lake in the world. Proficiency in vertical caving techniques is required to reach the water, about 50 vertical metres below ground level. Sunlight is lost long before reaching the lake surface which is in absolute darkness. Dragon's Breath is situated on private land and diving is controlled through a concession system.  Contact us if you would like to dive this site.

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 Aigamas 

Aigamas is a cave lake with a known water depth of about 80 metres. The actual depth and underwater extent of the lake is not known. It is located in a slot cavern with a very small open water surface area. The lake is in total darkness and is inhabited by an endangered species of blind catfish. Aigamas is situated on private land and diving is strictly controlled by the land owner.  Contact us if you would like to dive this site.

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