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Shark and Safari
Address: , 58 Loop Street, CBD, Western Cape, South Africa

Department (Shark Diving & Whale Watching)

Province (Western Cape)

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Shark And Safari

Shark & Safari provides shark cage diving tours from Simonstown Falsebay, 45min drive from Cape Town. Shark diving occurs around Seal Island which is just off the coast and is home to one of the largest seal colonies in Southern Africa. Seal Island is a small land mass(2.0 hectares) located 5.7 kilometres off the northern beaches of False Bay, near Cape Town, in South Africa. The island is so named because of the great number of Cape fur seals that occupy it. The approximately 64 000 seals provide the main diet of the Great White Shark.

Our full day tour provides the following:

Door to door transfer from Cape Town CBD and back.
An information and safety briefing.
4-5 hours at sea
Experienced dive master and skipper
7mm wetsuit with mask and snorkel
Scuba gear available for PADI certified divers
Our 6 man cage allows you to have several dives
Our biggest boat only takes 18 clients.
Light snacks and refreshments are served on the boat.
As the Great White shark is a surface feeder, diving certification is not required as the dive is a surface float.


Morning dives generally have more sightings than the afternoon.
R3,550.00
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Shark Cage Diving In Simonstown - Falsebay With Transfer - Per person

Shark & Safari provides shark cage diving tours from Simonstown Falsebay, 45min drive from Cape Town. Shark diving occurs around Seal Island which is just off the coast and is home to one of the largest seal colonies in Southern Africa. Seal Island is a small land mass(2.0 hectares) located 5.7 kilometres off the northern beaches of False Bay, near Cape Town, in South Africa. The island is so named because of the great number of Cape fur seals that occupy it. The approximately 64 000 seals provide the main diet of the Great White Shark.

Our full day tour provides the following:

Door to door transfer from Cape Town CBD and back.
An information and safety briefing.
4-5 hours at sea
Experienced dive master and skipper
7mm wetsuit with mask and snorkel
Scuba gear available for PADI certified divers
Our 6 man cage allows you to have several dives
Our biggest boat only takes 18 clients.
Light snacks and refreshments are served on the boat.
As the Great White shark is a surface feeder, diving certification is not required as the dive is a surface float.


Morning dives generally have more sightings than the afternoon.
R3550.00
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, 58 Loop Street, CBD, Western Cape, South Africa

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Shark & Safari provides shark cage diving tours from Gansbaai, 160km from Cape Town. Dyer Island is just off the coast and is home to one of the largest seal colonies in Southern Africa. The approximately 60 000 seals provide the main diet of the Great White Shark. The channel that intersects this island is called Shark Alley.



Our full day tour provides the following:



Door to door transfer from Cape Town CBD and back.

A light breakfast on arrival

An information and safety briefing.

3-5 hours at sea

Cinematographer to capture all the action (optional DVD - R350)

Experienced dive master and skipper

7mm wetsuit with mask and snorkel

Scuba gear available for PADI certified divers

Our 8 man cage allows you to have several dives

Our biggest boat only take 24 clients.

On the return to shore, a light lunch is served.

As the Great White shark is a surface feeder, diving certification is not required as the dive is a surface float.





The viewing only trip is a the same price as diving - Everybody pays for the boat trip - The diving is free!



Times vary every day and are dependent on the tides, weather and logistics. We will attempt to accommodate your requested time but this not always possible, especially with the transfer option.
R2,375.00
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Shark Cage Diving In Gansbaai With Transfer

Shark & Safari provides shark cage diving tours from Gansbaai, 160km from Cape Town. Dyer Island is just off the coast and is home to one of the largest seal colonies in Southern Africa. The approximately 60 000 seals provide the main diet of the Great White Shark. The channel that intersects this island is called Shark Alley.



Our full day tour provides the following:



Door to door transfer from Cape Town CBD and back.

A light breakfast on arrival

An information and safety briefing.

3-5 hours at sea

Cinematographer to capture all the action (optional DVD - R350)

Experienced dive master and skipper

7mm wetsuit with mask and snorkel

Scuba gear available for PADI certified divers

Our 8 man cage allows you to have several dives

Our biggest boat only take 24 clients.

On the return to shore, a light lunch is served.

As the Great White shark is a surface feeder, diving certification is not required as the dive is a surface float.





The viewing only trip is a the same price as diving - Everybody pays for the boat trip - The diving is free!



Times vary every day and are dependent on the tides, weather and logistics. We will attempt to accommodate your requested time but this not always possible, especially with the transfer option.
R2375.00
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, 58 Loop Street, CBD, Western Cape, South Africa

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Experience the whales close up on the whale watching boat
See Southern Right Whales, dolphins, cape fur seals and other ocean life
Enjoy land-based whale watching on the False Bay and Atlantic Coast
Visit the Cape of Good Hope, the most southwestern part of Africa

Witness the majestic Southern Right whales that come to the Cape each season to breed and calve. Whale season typically runs between June and November in the Cape, and each season, large numbers of whales can be seen along the coast.

Our tour starts with a scenic drive along Boyes Drive. We pass little villages on the False Bay coastline as we make our way to the naval village of Simon’s Town. At the Town Pier, we board the only False Bay whale watching boat licensed to approach the whales within 50 meters. You will be able to watch as these giants of the deep frolic in the waves and launch out of the water to breach.

After about two hours we return to Simon’s Town for lunch (own account).

In the afternoon we proceed to Cape Point Nature Reserve. There is an optional stop at the Boulders Beach penguin colony (own account). En-route to Cape Point, we will stop to take in the views and see if we can spot more whales. Within the reserve, we will look out for baboons, ostriches, zebras and other wildlife as we make our way to the Cape of Good Hope.

We return to Cape Town via Chapman's Peak Drive and Victoria drive. We should arrive in beautiful Camps Bay in time to witness the spectacular African sunset.

In your comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle you will be able to relax and enjoy the sights on this memorable Cape Whale watching tour.
R2,600.00
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Cape Town Whale Watching and Cape Point Tour

Experience the whales close up on the whale watching boat
See Southern Right Whales, dolphins, cape fur seals and other ocean life
Enjoy land-based whale watching on the False Bay and Atlantic Coast
Visit the Cape of Good Hope, the most southwestern part of Africa

Witness the majestic Southern Right whales that come to the Cape each season to breed and calve. Whale season typically runs between June and November in the Cape, and each season, large numbers of whales can be seen along the coast.

Our tour starts with a scenic drive along Boyes Drive. We pass little villages on the False Bay coastline as we make our way to the naval village of Simon’s Town. At the Town Pier, we board the only False Bay whale watching boat licensed to approach the whales within 50 meters. You will be able to watch as these giants of the deep frolic in the waves and launch out of the water to breach.

After about two hours we return to Simon’s Town for lunch (own account).

In the afternoon we proceed to Cape Point Nature Reserve. There is an optional stop at the Boulders Beach penguin colony (own account). En-route to Cape Point, we will stop to take in the views and see if we can spot more whales. Within the reserve, we will look out for baboons, ostriches, zebras and other wildlife as we make our way to the Cape of Good Hope.

We return to Cape Town via Chapman's Peak Drive and Victoria drive. We should arrive in beautiful Camps Bay in time to witness the spectacular African sunset.

In your comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle you will be able to relax and enjoy the sights on this memorable Cape Whale watching tour.
R2600.00
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, 58 Loop Street, CBD, Western Cape, South Africa

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Whale are Seasonal ( June - Nov)

Witness the majestic Southern Right whales that come to the Cape each season to breed and calve. Whale season typically runs between June and November in the Cape, and each season, large numbers of whales can be seen along the coast. The best place to see these creatures is along the famous Whale Route, which spans along the coastline passing Gordon’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Betty’s Bay en route to Hermanus. As one of the top destinations for whale watching, Hermanus is perfectly positioned to offer the best viewing directly from the shore. You will be able to watch as these giants of the deep frolic in the waves, and launch out of the water to breach.



Other highlights that you will enjoy on this Cape Town tour include a visit to the beautiful Fernkloof Nature Reserve, which spans 2000 hectares of montane and coastal fynbos as well as a huge number of birds and smaller mammals. The Harold Porter Botanical Gardens is another highlight for nature-lovers. The drive along Clarence Drive through the sleepy coastal towns of the Whale Route offer spectacular views of the Cape coastline, and in your comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle you will be able to relax and enjoy the sights on this memorable Cape Whale watching tour.



Highlights

Gordon’s Bay, Pringle Bay & Betty’s Bay

The Harold Porter Botanical Gardens

Rotary Drive

Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Hermanus

Land Based Whale Watching

Whale-Watching Boat Trip (Optional)

Elgin

Sir Lowry’s Pass

Out of whale season we visit the Hemel en Aarde wine valley - Tastings for own account.

Optional Boat Based Whale Watching (Jun- Nov, Weather Dependant) - R800 p/p ( Child U14 - R380 p/p)



The boats permit entitles us to approach the whales up to 50m and then we stop to observe. Being naturally curious, the whales normally approach the boat to observe us! This is an inspirational experience to be treasured.

During the tour our friendly crew is on hand to make sure you have a great experience, from helping you get the perfect photo opportunity to serving your complimentary light refreshments.

Our Whale Specialist guide will interpret the marine life encountered en route and provide insight into the behaviour of the whales while you are watching them in action.



The boat trip is about 2 -2.5 hours. It depends where the whales are!



Please note the trip needs a minimum of 2 people to depart.
R1,045.00
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Hermanus Whale Route Tour (Small Group Tour)

Whale are Seasonal ( June - Nov)

Witness the majestic Southern Right whales that come to the Cape each season to breed and calve. Whale season typically runs between June and November in the Cape, and each season, large numbers of whales can be seen along the coast. The best place to see these creatures is along the famous Whale Route, which spans along the coastline passing Gordon’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Betty’s Bay en route to Hermanus. As one of the top destinations for whale watching, Hermanus is perfectly positioned to offer the best viewing directly from the shore. You will be able to watch as these giants of the deep frolic in the waves, and launch out of the water to breach.



Other highlights that you will enjoy on this Cape Town tour include a visit to the beautiful Fernkloof Nature Reserve, which spans 2000 hectares of montane and coastal fynbos as well as a huge number of birds and smaller mammals. The Harold Porter Botanical Gardens is another highlight for nature-lovers. The drive along Clarence Drive through the sleepy coastal towns of the Whale Route offer spectacular views of the Cape coastline, and in your comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle you will be able to relax and enjoy the sights on this memorable Cape Whale watching tour.



Highlights

Gordon’s Bay, Pringle Bay & Betty’s Bay

The Harold Porter Botanical Gardens

Rotary Drive

Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Hermanus

Land Based Whale Watching

Whale-Watching Boat Trip (Optional)

Elgin

Sir Lowry’s Pass

Out of whale season we visit the Hemel en Aarde wine valley - Tastings for own account.

Optional Boat Based Whale Watching (Jun- Nov, Weather Dependant) - R800 p/p ( Child U14 - R380 p/p)



The boats permit entitles us to approach the whales up to 50m and then we stop to observe. Being naturally curious, the whales normally approach the boat to observe us! This is an inspirational experience to be treasured.

During the tour our friendly crew is on hand to make sure you have a great experience, from helping you get the perfect photo opportunity to serving your complimentary light refreshments.

Our Whale Specialist guide will interpret the marine life encountered en route and provide insight into the behaviour of the whales while you are watching them in action.



The boat trip is about 2 -2.5 hours. It depends where the whales are!



Please note the trip needs a minimum of 2 people to depart.
R1045.00
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