Experience The Thrill Of Diving With Great White Sharks
WHITE SHARK DIVE PACKAGES
The Great White Shark, Natures ultimate predator stirs and creates a feeling of admiration and fear… to dive among Great Whites is an amazing experience you will never forget. Whether you prefer the thrill of meeting the Great White sharks face to face or the comfort of a boat this is an awe-inspiring adventure.
White Shark Cage Diving offers visitors to the Great White Shark Capital of the world, Gansbaai, the ultimate ‘Aqua Adventure’. Dyer Island is a breeding colony for Jackass Penguins and Cape Fur Seals. The narrow channel between Geyser Rock and Dyer Island is home to around 60 000 Cape Fur Seals and is a feeding ground of the endangered Great White Shark.
Between the months of May through October is considered to be the best time to view the Great White Shark, although they are seen throughout the year. Gansbaai is also part of the Whale Coast with the Walker Bay Whale Sanctuary providing a nursery to Southern Right, Bryde and Humpback Whales, which are easily observed from the shore or a boat based whale watching tour.
The great white shark, Carcharodon carcharias is known by many names, such as: white pointer, white shark, white death or in Germany (weisshai), France (grand requin blanc), Italy (grande squalo bianco), Spain (tiburon blanco), Russia (seldevaja akula) and Japan (hohojirozame).
World’s Best White-Shark Diving
THE ADVENTURE CAPITAL
Here, a mystical blend of nature and adventure awaits you. Situated in the beautiful malaria free Western Cape, South Africa. The Adventure begins with visitors experiencing the thrill of Diving with infamous Great White Sharks of Gansbaai.
GANSBAAI WHITE SHARK CAGE DIVES
Great White Shark Dive enthusiasts enjoy a full day shark dive tour on one of the largest, most modern and luxurious boats available in the shark diving Industry. The newly built 11 x 3.8 meter catamaran, provides the ultimate stability at sea. Although she has been designed to accommodate 50 seated passengers on the top and bottom, we usually do not take more than 25 passengers per tour, ensuring plenty extra room and maximum cage diving time for all divers. The boat is fully licensed.
Upon arrival at the harbour, a safety briefing is conducted by the tour guide. After breakfast we move down to the harbour and once on-board, a demonstration is given on how to effectively use your life vest. The location of all safety and emergency equipment is pointed out to passengers. An emergency flow chart (step-by-step emergency guide) is situated inside the cabin, and clearly visible to all passengers.