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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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Wednesday, 26 August 2015

written by Fiona McLellan

Gansbaai, two hours outside of Cape Town is an embayment on the South West coast of the Western Cape. The water temperature varies from 12 20 degrees celsius, and the water visibility on average is 6 8 meters, increasingup to 12 15 meters on a good day and down to 1 3 mete...

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Wednesday, 19 August 2015

written by Monique Fallows

We can finally breathe a sigh of relief as the sharks remembered that they are supposed to spend the winter months at Seal Island, phew! They have been in hunting mode as well as gracing us with their presence around the boat so there have been many great experiences and sight...

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Thursday, 13 August 2015

written by Kirsty MacSymon

The History of Cape Point and False Bay begins in 1488, when the Cape of Good Hope was named The Cape of Storms by the first European to reach the Cape; a Portuguese explorer named Bartolomeu Dias. Later on, John II of Portugal called it the Cape of Good Hope, as it was the fi...

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