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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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Friday, 6 November 2015

written by Chanele Jenkinson

Chris Fallows passion and love for the sharks leap off the pages in this beautiful coffee table book; both in the magnificent images captured, and in his writing. A truly remarkable read that will leave you feeling intrigued and mesmerized. Everyone should see a Great White at...

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Friday, 30 October 2015

written by Kirsty MacSymon

The time has come for the seals at Seal Island to swim freely throwing caution to the wind. The time has come for the seagulls to search for another food source, as there are no more entrails of a seal on the waters surface. The once turbulent waters created by the presence of...

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Thursday, 22 October 2015

written by Chris Fallows

The South African Great White shark viewing and research industry first started in the late 1980s. The often unsung pioneers were PJ van der Walt and George Askew. With very limited success working in the summer months in the Macassar area of False Bay, they then moved to Wal...

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