What to expect from our Shark Diving Cape Town trip
We meet at the Kleinbaai harbour in Gansbaai, about a 2 hour drive from Cape Town. Your trip will start off with breakfast and briefing at the crewhouse before the boat launches. The boat takes you out to Dyer Island and Geyser rock, about 10 kilometres from the harbour. The boat ride is about 20 minutes long.
Our Shark Diving cage takes up to 8 people, and you will be spending 20-30 minutes in the cage at a time. The cage is attached to the boat at all times, with a minimum of 60 centimetres above the water. The rest of the cage is submerged under water (about 2 metres deep.). Going into the Shark Dive cage is optional, if you don’t want to Shark Dive, you can still go along on the boat. There is a magnificent view from the boat, and the incredible sight seeing is pretty much part of the whole experience.
Our Shark Diving Cape Town Tour is about 6 hours long in total, of which about 3 hours is spent on sea. View the Itinerary for more details.
Shark Diving Cape Town Peak Season:
The peak season for shark diving is April to September. The water is warmer during the winter and it’s also the time when the sharks hunt for seals. Even though this is the best time to go Shark Dive, you can see them all year round, and you can shark dive any time of the year.
Shark Diving Cape Town Rates:
We offer the best Shark Diving rates. Our shark diving tours costs R1050pp for adults or R900pp for children under 12.
Accommodation & Transport for your Cape Town Shark Diving trip
To make your Cape Town Shark Diving trip more convenient, we offer return transport from Cape Town to Gansbaai for only R350pp. We also have a wide range of recommended Cape Town Accommodation options available.
Making Your Booking
Making your shark diving booking is easy. Go over to our booking page and make your booking online through our online booking form. All information will be sent to your right away.