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Current SightingsPosted on: Monday, 26 November 2018

26 November Update

written by Karyn Cooper

The last 2 days have seen between 4 - 8 cow sharks at Seal Island, False Bay departing Simon's Town. This half day trip so close to Cape Town is enjoying 3- 4 meters water visbility, 65 000 Cape Fur Seals with the odd African Penguin. The sharks a...

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Trip ReportsPosted on: Tuesday, 20 November 2018

East Africa - Part 1

written by Monique Fallows

In terms of African land based wildlife destinations Chris I spend most of our time in Southern Africa. This past October we had a couple of very specific photographic goals in mind and in order to achieve this we needed to travel to East Africa,...

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ReviewsPosted on: Friday, 16 November 2018

Review - November 2018

written by Faith

Thank you so much from myself and Fatimah for the unbelievable experience with your team at the shark diving experience. It was quite something being part of this adventure. The Tintswalo Atlantic team at large is ever so grateful for extending th...

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Current SightingsPosted on: Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Trip Update - 13 November

written by Karyn Cooper

Our half trips to Seal Island, False Bay, over the last few days have delivered between 4 - 6 different sharks. Our guests have enjoyed surface viewing as well as diving with the Seven Gill Cow sharks which grow up to 3 metres in length. The wate...

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Seven Gill Cow Shark

Current SightingsPosted on: Friday, 9 November 2018

Update of current shark sightings

written by Monique Fallows

For many people the opportunity to go shark cage diving is high on ones bucket list. The three Great white shark hot spots along our South African coastline, namely Seal Island, False Bay (Simons Town); Gansbaai and Mossel Bay have in the past 2 d...

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Shark cage diving

General NewsPosted on: Tuesday, 11 September 2018

Why Shark Cage Diving and Eco Tourism is so Imp...

written by Monique Fallows

The news coming out of New Zealand this past week that shark cage diving is to be banned has sent shock waves through the shark community. Over the past number of years a bitter feud between the Paua divers and the two Great white shark cage divi...

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Shark BytesPosted on: Monday, 10 September 2018

Shark Bytes July 2018

written by Monique Fallows

Reflecting back on July and reflecting back on how unpredictable sharks sightings have been along the entire coastline we are grateful to have seen Great white sharks on all of our trips this past month. Although activity is generally down on prev...

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air jaws returns 30th anniversary shark week with Chris Fallows

DocumentariesPosted on: Friday, 27 July 2018

Air Jaws- A visual celebration of the incredibl...

written by Chris Fallows

Air Jaws Returns The Air Jaws franchise has been Discovery channels most successful Shark Week franchise in its existence to date. As such it came as no surprise that for 2018 and the 30th Anniversary of this week celebrating sharks with over 3...

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ReviewsPosted on: Tuesday, 24 July 2018

July 2018

written by Anthony Sheperd

Hi All, Firstly, Id like to apologise for not emailing you sooner. I want to thank everybody involved in my trips to Seal Island and shark cage diving. It was an unforgettable experience, something I will remember for the rest of my life - this...

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Air Jaws walking with Great Whites

DocumentariesPosted on: Friday, 20 July 2018

Air Jaws- A visual celebration of the incredibl...

written by Chris Fallows

Air Jaws - Walking with Great Whites 2015. Building on our observations of the interesting social dynamics seen at Stewart Island in 2014, we once again headed back to Stewart Island in New Zealand. This time the WASP had been modified to be a ...

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Check out the Blog tab for the latest sightings .Apex offers the smallest group size (12) of any shark cage diving vessel in South Africa. Book a transfer and get a 10 minute free visit to the African Penguins at Boulders.