Shark Diving in Simons Town

Shark Diving in Simon's Town, Cape Town.

Head out into the deep ocean off Cape point for a full day shark diving adventure. No cage, no barriers; just you in the indigo waters eye to eye with the elegant blue shark.

The blue shark is the most abundant of all sharks but are rarely found close to shore, so your boat leaves the scenic harbour of Simon’s Town and heads 20km out to sea. One of Cape Town’s most beautiful sights, the sun rising over the Hottentots Holland mountains, will…

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Shark Diving in Simon's Town South Africa

Shark Diving in Simon's Town, Cape Town.

Head out into the deep ocean off Cape point for a full day shark diving adventure. No cage, no barriers; just you in the indigo waters eye to eye with the elegant blue shark.

The blue shark is the most abundant of all sharks but are rarely found close to shore, so your boat leaves the scenic harbour of Simon’s Town and heads 20km out to sea. One of Cape Town’s most beautiful sights, the sun rising over the Hottentots Holland mountains, will more than compensate you for the early start.  

Your deep ocean dive will include sightings of other silvery blue beauties like the Mako shark and whales, dolphins and seals are often seen from the boat or while in the water.

During diving breaks you’ll be able to watch a variety of pelagic birds, the albatross being the most impressive. These legendary creatures have the longest wingspan of any bird and can glide for hours at a time without expending any energy as they make their way across the vast southern oceans.

A Simon’s Town shark diving adventure is a dream trip for anyone who loves the ocean.

Shark Diving in Simon's Town South Africa Operators

Cape Town|Simons Town | Shark Diving - Pisces Divers - Shark Diving

Pisces Divers - Shark Diving Operator in Simon's Town, Cape Town. 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 t...
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