Cape Town Shark Diving Trips

Like office staff that gather around a coffee machine, Cape Town's great white sharks congregate where food is plentiful. For a great white shark, there is no better treat than a Cape fur seal lunch. That explains why Seal Island, six kilometres off the False Bay coast, is a prime location for shark cage diving and up-close surface viewing of sharks and seals. 

Watch this one-ton predator breach, observe natural predation in progress or get into the water in a protective cage. Neither…

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Shark Diving in Cape Town
Shark Diving Trips in Cape Town

Like office staff that gather around a coffee machine, Cape Town's great white sharks congregate where food is plentiful. For a great white shark, there is no better treat than a Cape fur seal lunch. That explains why Seal Island, six kilometres off the False Bay coast, is a prime location for shark cage diving and up-close surface viewing of sharks and seals. 

Watch this one-ton predator breach, observe natural predation in progress or get into the water in a protective cage. Neither experience nor SCUBA diving qualifications are needed for shark cage diving.

It takes only 40-odd minutes to get to Seal Island from the Simon's Town harbour with trip of three to four hours in total at sea.

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The Blue sharks are fast becoming a favourite “must-see” shark to shark-loving visitors to Cape Town! A trip out to the Blue sharks is a day-long activity since we have to run out a minimum of twenty miles off Cape Point, where we meet the warm Agulhas current. The water turns a deep indigo blue and the temperature creeps up to the low 20’s, several degrees warmer than the water we left...