The deep blue waters of False Bay are intoxicating. You scan the depths as the rugged outline of Seal Island draws closer, or watch the wave’s crash upon the rocky, mammoth headland of Cape Point as you head out into the Atlantic Ocean for shark cage diving in Cape Town. In every sharky location, a diverse abundance of wildlife surrounds, Southern Right whales exhaling through their blowholes, comedic African Penguins and thousand-strong pods of Common Dolphins patrolling for schools of fish. Yet the species you yearn to see most are always solitary; evolutionary masterpieces perfectly adapted to their habitat. Without warning – a movement catches your eye; the faintest shimmer, the merest glint of white teeth and an agile, powerful body. Could it really be? You have waited so long to see one. The incredible shark species found in these waters include Sevengill, Bronze Whaler, Blue and Mako shark, together with the occasional sighting of a Great white shark. No matter the species – your perspective will have been changed forever, way beyond your wildest imagination.
We see a variety of shark species throughout the year according to the seasons, weather, water temperature and other factors. Trips are confirmed dependant on weather and not species dependant.
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.