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Shark Cage Diving Cape Town

Apex Shark Expeditions is a licensed shark cage diving tour operator.

Our Ethos: Respect, admiration and passion for wildlife that is shared through a safe, educational and personal experience with every guest who we are fortunate enough have join us.

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"Not everyday is a Planet Earth day, but we will do our best to make it a special one"
  • Situated a short, 45 minute drive from Cape Town, we operate in one of the most richly diverse oceanic habitats in the world, False Bay,an area made famous by the spectacular hunting behaviour of its Great White Sharks.
  • Get the opportunity to experience cage diving and predatory breaching with Great White Sharks, all in one trip!
  • A range of trips includes full day great white shark tours and combination trips to maximise your vacation time.
  • Our expert and passionate crew ensure that every trip is an intimate and insightful experience giving you memories for life.
  • Our actions have demonstrated our commitment to conservation over the years. We'd like you to leave as ambassadors for sharks.
  • As the first choice great white shark tour operator for famous documentary makers around the world, we know how to get close to the sharks while maintaining respect. 
Sharks of Southern African expedition with Chris Fallows

Don't take our word for it, see why we have consistently been rated the number one company in False Bay.

Read what others have to say about us here: TripAdvisor.

This is a great opportunity to experience all aspects of Great White Shark behaviour and witness these creatures in their natural habitat.
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FROM THE BLOG

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

written by Chris Fallows

Most people think that when you go and photograph marine wildlife you need to get wet. Well in many cases this is not true, especially in False Bay off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa. The beauty about shooting in the bay is that many of the spectacular photographic op...

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Tuesday, 19 May 2015

written by Jimi Partington

One species you are guaranteed sightings of every single trip to Seal Island, South Africaare of course the seals themselves. When approaching Seal Island, the sight (and smell!) of 65,000 of these curious pinnipeds clinging to a rock amazingly is something many take for grant...

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Friday, 8 May 2015

written by Monique Fallows

April 2015 is definitely echoing the pattern of the dreaded April of 2012 our sharks are currently missing in action! So, in this Shark Bytes I will briefly update you on our April Great White shark sightings as well as water conditions that could possibly be having an eff...

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