Guinjata Bay is situated south of Inhambane in the Jangamo Bay area, and is approximately five hundred and thirty kilometers to the north of Maputo. Though the road from Maputo to Inhambane is tarred, the last twenth five kilometer stretch is a dirt road, and is only accessible with a 4x4 vehicle. Guinjata Bay has become known as one of the top ten diving destinations in the world, boasting a choice of four reefs. The first of these, is the Guinjata Bay reef, which is approximately one and a half kilometers out to sea. The reef features a variety of interesting dive spots varying in depth from about nine meters to twenty one meters at its deepest. One of the areas along the reef is covered with sea anemones, while other areas are full of brightly coloured nudibranches and sea cucumbers, and the outer ledge often provides divers with sightings of game fish and rays which come to rest in the sand.