Shark Cage Diving

THE NITTY GRITTY

Full Day – Scheduled or Private (approximately 10 hours)

 

This exhilarating experience of a lifetime will bring you face to face with the most feared and respected predator in South African Waters, the Great White Shark.

TOUR INFORMATION

English tour guide, entrance fees applicable to itinerary, diving gear and refreshments

Entrance Fees:
Shark Cage Diving boat trip
Gear:
Inflatable life jacket, clean & dry wet suit, booties/masks/weight belt if required.
Catering:
Breakfast – On board snacks (basic sandwich, selection of crisps, sweets to keep any sea sickness at bay). Post dive warm snack.

Tour Excludes:
Lunch
General Information:
Bring your swimsuit / bathing costume. We recommend some warm clothes.

ITINERARY

+/- 05:00 – Pick up from the hotel.

 

Kleinbaai

An early departure from Cape Town towards the coastal town of Kleinbaai. Arrive at the Great White Shark House where you will receive breakfast as well as register the size of your wetsuit. Receive a pre-trip safety briefing about what to expect during the trip and a biological background on Great White Sharks. After the briefing, stroll down to the harbour to board the vessel. Travel time to Dyer Island is approximately 20 minutes.

 

Dyer Island and Shark Alley

The boat will anchor in the shallows about 10 minutes off of Dyer Island depending on the location of the last sighting of these majestic predators. On average, you will be out at sea for about 2 hours depending on the shark activity, weather and sea conditions as well as the number of divers for the day. Weather permitting, you skipper will take you on a quick trip through the infamous Shark Alley. Upon return to the Great White House, enjoy some soup and bread to warm you up. Shower facilities are available to freshen up before departure (to own account / cash only). The tour will end with drop off at your hotel.

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Shark Cage Diving

Tour Excludes:
Lunch
General Information:
Bring your swimsuit / bathing costume. We recommend some warm clothes – even in summer it can get chilly at sea. We highly recommend guests who are prone to any kind of motion sickness (or are unsure if they are) to use anti-nausea medication well in advance.