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21 – 31 May 2018 10 spots available

dive them all

This is a diving trip like no other, exposing you to some of the ocean’s greatest predators. Dive with Great Whites, Tigers, Bull Sharks, Hammerheads and other incredible sharks all on one trip! 



21 – 31 May 2018 10 spots available

a trip overview

20 May

Arrive Cape Town International airport in South Africa, where you will be transferred to Simon's Town.

21 - 25 May

The diving happens in False Bay and in the inky blue waters off Cape Point. This leg of the trip will be a combination of:

Great White shark trips False Bay, Mako & Blue Shark trips, Seven Gill Cow Shark dive and snorkeling with Cape Fur Seals:


- 3 - 4 Great White shark cage diving trips.

- 1 x Mako/Blue shark trip - this is extremely weather dependent as we work off shore in the open ocean - no cage.

- 1 x Seven Gill Cow Shark dive sightings dependent - no cage.

- 1 x Cape Fur Seal Dive.


The trips are all weather based and the itinerary is subject to change.

Depart Cape Town for KwaZulu- Natal to Shelley Beach on the South coast. 

26 - 30 May

This leg of the trip will consist of baited shark dives on Protea Banks. This exciting shark diving speciality allows divers to encounter sharks like never before - up close and personal in the wild. Other activities include diving with Bull sharks, one of the most feared sharks in the blue planet.


- 4 x Baited shark dives - no cage.

- 5 x Reef dives.

31 May

Depart Shelley Beach for the airport or a destination close to Durban.

Please note: Flights departing KwaZulu- Natal are not included in this package.



21 – 31 May 2018 10 spots available

Cape Town to Durban, South Africa

Limited to 10 guests, your Super Shark exploration begins in False Bay, Cape Town. The area is famous for breaching sharks and the waters off Cape Point offer divers some of the best shark diving in the world. May also offers guests the chance to see mega pods of common dolphin.

A school of dolphins swimming the afternoon light

After 5 days in Cape Town, a 2 hour flight will take you up the coast to KwaZulu-Natal and a destination called Shelly Beach. Here, the Protea Banks dive site, ranked amongst the top shark and game fish dives in the world, offers you a chance to dive with some of the oceans biggest predatory fish.



21 – 31 May 2018 10 spots available

Simon's Town, Cape Town

Located on the mountainside above Simon's Town, the Grosvenor Guest House offers guest 4-Star accommodation with stunning views across the bay. A short walk into town gives you easy access to our shop and launch site.

Each guest will have their own en-suite room. Facilities include Wi-Fi, Satellite TV, a safe, laundry services and a well equipped kitchen for those who prefer self- catering. For more information visit: www.thegrosvenor.co.za

Shelley Beach View from the pool KwaZulu-Natal

Shelly Beach, KwaZulu-Natal

The diver villa is a 10 minute drive from the launch site at Shelly Beach and consists of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

The villa is fully equipped for self-catering and has a fully functional kitchen and a large grill / bar area. The pool and patio are the villa’s real draw cards and offer awesome views.



21 – 31 May 2018 10 spots available

Marine Wildlife Sightings

Cape Town

Great White Sharks, Mako Sharks, Blue Sharks, Seven Gill Cow Sharks, Smooth Hammerheads, Bronze Whaler Sharks. Brydes Whales.

Common and Bottlenose Dolphins, Dusky Risso's Dolphins. Mola Mola (Sun Fish).

African Penguins, Black Browed, Yellow-Nosed, Wandering & Royal Albatross, a variety of Shearwaters, Petrels and various Terns and Gulls.



Tiger and Bull Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, Guitar Sharks, Coppers and Black Tip Sharks. Humpback Whales, Spotted Eagle Ray, Manta Ray, Devil Rays & Whale Sharks.


The above is a guide to what can be seen, however weather and currents affect marine wildlife and sightings cannot be guaranteed.



An advanced scuba certification with at least 50 logged dives is recommended.

Open water diving with big sharks is NOT for everyone. These are close up encounters with very large sharks and chum is used to bait and attract the sharks. Tiger Sharks can be curious, making close passes, sometimes bumping cameras. This is normal behaviour for them. You need to ensure you are comfortable in the water surrounded by sharks.



21 – 31 May 2018 10 spots available

Terms & conditions


US$ 3 080.00 per person sharing.

US$ 3 300.00 per person single.  

Cost includes

  • All shark trips and dives.
  • Land based excursions on no sea days due to inclement weather.
  • Accommodation.
  • Breakfast in KwaZulu-Natal.
  • Transfers as required for the expedition
  • One way flights from Cape Town to KwaZulu-Natal.
  • Meals at sea – light lunch and refreshments.
  • Cylinder and weight belt. 

Cost excludes

  • International flights.
  • Flight's out of KwaZulu-Natal.
  • Breakfast in False Bay.
  • Dinner.
  • Full dive gear. 

Cancellation policy

Booking and cancellation A 50% non-refundable deposit via wire transfer upon booking with balance due 120 days before the start of the expedition.

  • Less than 120 days before start date:100% of the fee.
  • No show: 100% of the fee.

No credits will be given for cancellations beyond our control. 

Bad weather days

If we are unable to go to sea on any of the days due to weather or sea conditions, alternative excursions will be arranged. There is no refund on no sea days. 


Transfers while on the expedition will be by vehicle excluding the transfer from Cape Town to KwaZulu-Natal, which will be via air. On completion of the expedition, transfers to the airport are included. However, if you prefer to travel around our beautiful country, we will gladly assist with your travel arrangements. 

Numbers of participants

We need a minimum of 4 guests for this trip to depart and a maximum of 10 guests. The trips may include additional guests in order to keep costs to a minimum.  


As we are dealing with wild animals, sightings cannot be guaranteed. In the event of non-sightings, no refunds are available. Due to variable weather conditions and shark activity, diving may not always be possible and is therefore not guaranteed.

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