Become one with the seals as they swim gracefully in their natural environment. Interact with these boisterous animals in their underwater playground. The action begins as soon as you enter the water as these furry counterparts swim beside you, often mimicking your movements. The dive is located at an exposed haul-out spot for seals. There are times when the water can be rough due to waves or currents and we may divert the dive to a more protected site if conditions warrant it. A shallow section of the reef, known as the amphitheatre, is the best spot to interact with the seals. The deeper sections of the reef offer beautiful marine life, swim-throughs and large sea fans.
Is there any likelihood of seeing a shark on the Seal dive? We have not seen a shark in this area before. It is a non-breeding colony of seals and the dive site is protected by boulders and shallow canyons.
Can I come view the seals, but not dive? Yes, we charge a reduced rate for guests who want to come and watch the seals from the boat while the snorkelers / scuba divers are in the water.
Wildlife Sightings Cannot Be Guaranteed.
We Will However, Give You Realistic Expectations before Making A Booking.
The new level 4 restrictions announced by the government of South Africa have not affected our shark tours and cage diving operations.
We are operating.
Book with confidence – if your day trip bookings are affected due to COVID 19 restrictions, free cancellation applies.
Looking forward to hosting you.