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Shark Sightings

20 December 2018

written by Karyn Cooper

Posted on Thursday, 20 December 2018

Gansbaai, 2 1/2 hours from Cape Town is experiencing good shark activity with the bronze whaler sharks being active around the boat on all the trips making for good cage diving. Due to working so close inshore, the visibility remains poor at between 1 - 2 metres. This location has not seen a great white shark for over 6 weeks.

False Bay, Simon's Town, 45 minutes from Cape Town is the place right now to shark cage dive with the dinosuars of the sea, the seven gill cow shark. The visibility over the last few trips has been 6 - 8 meters. As we anchor at Seal Island, the 65 000 Cape Fur Seal population, with a sprinkle of African penguins make this a trip not to be missed whilst in Cape Town. We offer transfers and add on land tours to Cape of Good Hope and the famous Boulders Beach Penguin Colony.

Tags:

Cape Fur Seal, Cape Point - Cape Town, Common dolphins, False Bay, Gansbaai, Great White Shark, Great White Shark Cage Diving, Marine Life, Seal Island - False Bay, Sevengill Cow Sharks, Shark Diving

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