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GANSBAAI SHARK DIVING

Limited space available!

With the Dyer Island Group a few km south of the town Gansbaai being home to 50 000 cape fur seals, it is the World’s capital for Great White sharks. Boasting the largest population of these majestic creatures year-round, shark cage diving and shark viewing trips are a must!

The protocol for this exciting trip is:

Shark Zone’s transport service will personally collect you from where you’re staying in Cape Town, or you must make your own way if you have selected the self-drive option (R1750 per person), and slowly make your way to the meeting point in Gansbaai.

Upon arrival in Gansbaai, you will be served a delectable breakfast whilst you listen to the all-important safety briefing. After eating, you will be taken on a short walk to the Kleinbaai Harbour, just 3 minutes away, to board the boat.

Once the boat has anchored, the crew will immediately begin to chum the water with products such as tuna and fish out to attract the Great Whites. When the first shark has been sighted, kit up, slip into the cage and get ready to be captivated, and experience the magnificence of these animals up close and personal. For those who aren’t into cage diving, the sharks can also be viewed from the boat, and this is often just a good, or even a better viewpoint.

You will also be treated to drinks and snacks on board to keep the hunger pangs away and allow you to focus your full attention of the Great Whites.

You will then return to harbour and the meeting place and enjoy a light lunch whilst watching the DVD of the day.

Each Great White shark cage diving trip in Gansbaai lasts approximately 3-4 hours, and during this time you will have the chance to go eyeball to eyeball with these incredible creatures.

Please note that this itinerary is merely a rough guideline, as the times will only be confirmed the day before the dive. On busy days there will be two to three trips , depending on the weather. These trips are approximately a 7am, 11am and 1pm meeting time in Gansbaai.

Early Bird Trip

07:00 – Upon arrival in Gansbaai, clients will be served a delectable breakfast whilst they listen to the all-important safety briefing. After eating, you will be taken on a short walk to the Kleinbair Harbour, just 3 minutes away, to board the boat.
08:00 – All aboard! The diving boat is launched from the harbour, and departs for the anchor site close-by. From here, experience approximately 3 hours of incredible Great White shark diving.
11:00 – Clients return to the harbour and walk back to the meeting place, swapping stories of their experience along the way.
11:30 – Enjoy a leisurely light lunch, whilst watching the video of day.

What to bring:

Comfortable shoes.
Swimwear and towel.
Sea sickness tablets.
Warm jacket.
Camera!
100% Off
R0.00
R1.00
1000 Left

GANSBAAI SHARK DIVING

GANSBAAI SHARK DIVING

Limited space available!

With the Dyer Island Group a few km south of the town Gansbaai being home to 50 000 cape fur seals, it is the World’s capital for Great White sharks. Boasting the largest population of these majestic creatures year-round, shark cage diving and shark viewing trips are a must!

The protocol for this exciting trip is:

Shark Zone’s transport service will personally collect you from where you’re staying in Cape Town, or you must make your own way if you have selected the self-drive option (R1750 per person), and slowly make your way to the meeting point in Gansbaai.

Upon arrival in Gansbaai, you will be served a delectable breakfast whilst you listen to the all-important safety briefing. After eating, you will be taken on a short walk to the Kleinbaai Harbour, just 3 minutes away, to board the boat.

Once the boat has anchored, the crew will immediately begin to chum the water with products such as tuna and fish out to attract the Great Whites. When the first shark has been sighted, kit up, slip into the cage and get ready to be captivated, and experience the magnificence of these animals up close and personal. For those who aren’t into cage diving, the sharks can also be viewed from the boat, and this is often just a good, or even a better viewpoint.

You will also be treated to drinks and snacks on board to keep the hunger pangs away and allow you to focus your full attention of the Great Whites.

You will then return to harbour and the meeting place and enjoy a light lunch whilst watching the DVD of the day.

Each Great White shark cage diving trip in Gansbaai lasts approximately 3-4 hours, and during this time you will have the chance to go eyeball to eyeball with these incredible creatures.

Please note that this itinerary is merely a rough guideline, as the times will only be confirmed the day before the dive. On busy days there will be two to three trips , depending on the weather. These trips are approximately a 7am, 11am and 1pm meeting time in Gansbaai.

Early Bird Trip

07:00 – Upon arrival in Gansbaai, clients will be served a delectable breakfast whilst they listen to the all-important safety briefing. After eating, you will be taken on a short walk to the Kleinbair Harbour, just 3 minutes away, to board the boat.
08:00 – All aboard! The diving boat is launched from the harbour, and departs for the anchor site close-by. From here, experience approximately 3 hours of incredible Great White shark diving.
11:00 – Clients return to the harbour and walk back to the meeting place, swapping stories of their experience along the way.
11:30 – Enjoy a leisurely light lunch, whilst watching the video of day.

What to bring:

Comfortable shoes.
Swimwear and towel.
Sea sickness tablets.
Warm jacket.
Camera!
R1.00
R0.00
100% Off
Order Fulfilled By : Sharkzone

Cape Town (City Sightseeing offices), 81 Long Street, City Centre, Western Cape, South Africa

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Trip Summary
Shark Diving Gansbaai and Whale Watching Combo
Set your eyes on some of the best of marine wildlife South Africa has to offer with a combined Shark Cage Dive experience and Whale Watching Tour .
With the Dyer Island Group a few km south of the town home to 50 000 cape fur seals, Gansbaai is the World’s capital for Great White sharks. Boasting the largest population of these majestic creature year-round, shark cage diving and shark viewing trips are a must!

Whale Watching, on the other hand, should be on absolutely everyone’s Bucket List. As such, it is a major tourist attraction in South Africa. These stately giants migrate to the South African waters from the Antarctic Ocean to calf from June, and begin the long journey back again at the end of November or beginning of December. With Shark Zone you can see these astonishing giants up close in their natural habitat – a truly spectacular and memorable experience.

Shark Diving Gansbaai and Whale Watching Combo

Day 1 – Shark Cage Diving Gansbaai

The meeting point for Day 1 is at our diving centre in Gansbaai. This tour includes transport from Cape Town, so SharkZone will personally collect you from your accommodation in Cape Town. Cape Town to Gansbaai only takes about 2 and a half hours so you’ll be there before you know it.

A delectable breakfast will be served to clients upon arrival at the meeting point, where you will also be given an all-important safety briefing.
After breakfast, you’ll be taken to our boat docked at the Kleinbaai Harbour, which is a short 3 minute walk from the meeting point.
All board! The boat will set off shortly after your arrival, and transport you to the diving spot close-by.
Once anchored, the crew will immediately begin to chum the water with fish based products like tuna and fish oil, to bring the sharks to the boat. While you wait, the crew will fill you in on the habits and behaviour of the sharks.
When the first Great White Shark has been spotted, those who have opted to dive will kit up and slip into the cage to begin experience a face to face encounter with the massive animals. Not too worry, if you don’t feel like getting your feet wet, viewing the sharks from the boat is outstanding and sometimes even better than in the cage.
Clients will be out at sea for about 3 to 4 hours, during which time you’ll be served drinks and snacks on board, to keep the hunger pangs at bay.
When you get back to shore, you’ll be treated to a more substantial lunch, prepared by us, before being driven back to your accommodation in Cape own.
NB: All dive gear and equipment for the outing is included in the price.

Day 2 – Whale Watching

The following day, clients will have the opportunity to go whale watching – an activity which is one of the most thrilling and awe-inspiring in South Africa.

Shark Zone will personally collect you from your accommodation in Cape Town, before making your way to the boat.
The Whale Watching Tour will take 2 hours on average, giving you plenty of time to witness their grandeur and beauty.
The crew will guide you through the whale watching, and provide you with any information you need whilst viewing these beautiful animals.
Light snacks and beverages will be served onboard the boat, to keep those hunger pains at bay.


What to bring on Day 1:

Sun block and hat.
Comfortable shoes.
Swim wear and towel.
Sea sickness tablets.
Warm jacket.
Camera!

What to bring on Day 2:

Warm jumper or jacket because sometimes the wind can get cold while you’re onboard the boat.
Hat and sun block.
Camera and/or camcorder.
100% Off
R0.00
R1.00
1000 Left

WHALE WATCHING AND SHARK DIVING COMBO

Trip Summary
Shark Diving Gansbaai and Whale Watching Combo
Set your eyes on some of the best of marine wildlife South Africa has to offer with a combined Shark Cage Dive experience and Whale Watching Tour .
With the Dyer Island Group a few km south of the town home to 50 000 cape fur seals, Gansbaai is the World’s capital for Great White sharks. Boasting the largest population of these majestic creature year-round, shark cage diving and shark viewing trips are a must!

Whale Watching, on the other hand, should be on absolutely everyone’s Bucket List. As such, it is a major tourist attraction in South Africa. These stately giants migrate to the South African waters from the Antarctic Ocean to calf from June, and begin the long journey back again at the end of November or beginning of December. With Shark Zone you can see these astonishing giants up close in their natural habitat – a truly spectacular and memorable experience.

Shark Diving Gansbaai and Whale Watching Combo

Day 1 – Shark Cage Diving Gansbaai

The meeting point for Day 1 is at our diving centre in Gansbaai. This tour includes transport from Cape Town, so SharkZone will personally collect you from your accommodation in Cape Town. Cape Town to Gansbaai only takes about 2 and a half hours so you’ll be there before you know it.

A delectable breakfast will be served to clients upon arrival at the meeting point, where you will also be given an all-important safety briefing.
After breakfast, you’ll be taken to our boat docked at the Kleinbaai Harbour, which is a short 3 minute walk from the meeting point.
All board! The boat will set off shortly after your arrival, and transport you to the diving spot close-by.
Once anchored, the crew will immediately begin to chum the water with fish based products like tuna and fish oil, to bring the sharks to the boat. While you wait, the crew will fill you in on the habits and behaviour of the sharks.
When the first Great White Shark has been spotted, those who have opted to dive will kit up and slip into the cage to begin experience a face to face encounter with the massive animals. Not too worry, if you don’t feel like getting your feet wet, viewing the sharks from the boat is outstanding and sometimes even better than in the cage.
Clients will be out at sea for about 3 to 4 hours, during which time you’ll be served drinks and snacks on board, to keep the hunger pangs at bay.
When you get back to shore, you’ll be treated to a more substantial lunch, prepared by us, before being driven back to your accommodation in Cape own.
NB: All dive gear and equipment for the outing is included in the price.

Day 2 – Whale Watching

The following day, clients will have the opportunity to go whale watching – an activity which is one of the most thrilling and awe-inspiring in South Africa.

Shark Zone will personally collect you from your accommodation in Cape Town, before making your way to the boat.
The Whale Watching Tour will take 2 hours on average, giving you plenty of time to witness their grandeur and beauty.
The crew will guide you through the whale watching, and provide you with any information you need whilst viewing these beautiful animals.
Light snacks and beverages will be served onboard the boat, to keep those hunger pains at bay.


What to bring on Day 1:

Sun block and hat.
Comfortable shoes.
Swim wear and towel.
Sea sickness tablets.
Warm jacket.
Camera!

What to bring on Day 2:

Warm jumper or jacket because sometimes the wind can get cold while you’re onboard the boat.
Hat and sun block.
Camera and/or camcorder.
R1.00
R0.00
100% Off
Order Fulfilled By : Sharkzone

Cape Town (City Sightseeing offices), 81 Long Street, City Centre, Western Cape, South Africa

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