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Shark Cage Diving Cape Town

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

Established for 16 years, Apex Shark Expeditions is a licensed shark cage diving operator. 45 minutes from Cape Town, we operate shark tours to Seal Island, False Bay. Seal Island is famous for the breaching shark behaviour seen on the many documentaries on the Discovery Channel. Most of these documentaries have been filmed together with Apex Shark Expeditions. Our crew offers an insightful experience into the world of these majestic animals and our excellence rating on TripAdvisor assures you of our high standards.

“Not every day is a Planet Earth day, but we will do our best to make it a special one.”


Why book your shark cage diving with Apex Shark Expeditions?

We are the First Choice Shark Cage Diving Company of Discovery, Animal Planet and Nat. Geo channels for the filming of their documentaries.

  • Experience Breaching, Predation and Shark cage diving- all in one trip
  • 45 minutes from Cape Town
  • 12 guests per trip with four guides
  • Our small group sizes guarantee that guests receive a high quality experience and are given a chance to interact with our guides, thus ensuring their shark cage diving trip is educational and informative.
  • No diving experience required
  • Two to three divers in the cage at any one time
  • Longer cage dive (20 to 30 minutes per dive)
  • Air available for certified divers
  • We operate in an eco - friendly manner
  • The famous Boulders Beach Penguin Colony is just five minutes from our launch site and Cape Point Nature Reserve is 15 minutes away, so plan to visit these famous attractions before or after your shark cage diving trip.
  • This is a great opportunity to experience all aspects of Great White shark behaviour and witness these creatures in their natural habitat.
  • Seal Island is located in False Bay, which is protected from the prevailing winter wind and swell, allowing for more comfortable sea conditions at this time of year.


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Our Eco-System approach. What are your chances of seeing sharks and other wildlife?

Great White Sharks like leopards, tigers, bears and eagles that occur in the wilderness are free to roam. Although we would like to guarantee sightings, and on each trip we do our absolute best to find the sharks, we cannot “make” the sharks appear at our boat.

Great white sharks all have their own unique personalities, some choose to interact and some don’t. All are affected by weather and seasons. Add to this that there may be as few as 2500-3000 individual Great whites left in the world’s oceans today and you understand that it is a privilege to see even one of these sharks in the wild.

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Shot on location in South Africa with Apex Shark Expeditions' Chris and Monique Fallows.

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Chris Fallows has dedicated his life to sharks. Great White and Eminent Grey chronicles Chris’ journey from his beginnings as a penniless shark enthusiast to his discovery of the "flying" white shark phenomenon and his emergence as an authority on the subject.

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by Chris Fallows

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