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“We had been on a number of whale watching tours with Marine Dynamics and really appreciated the fact that there is an oceanographer/marine biologist on board as well as volunteers that looked after all our needs.”
Feel the adrenaline rush on a classic Cape Town experience: cage diving with sharks, including the...read more
“Don’t worry where you sit to begin with everyone can get a great view once the boat stops to see things We had close up sightings of great white sharks by the cage diving boats .... but more excitingly swimming ro...”
Look for South Africa’s “marine big five”—whales, great white sharks, African penguins, Cape fur seals, and dolphins—on a cruise around Dyer Island, complete with onboard biologist. The southern right whale season...read more
“My daughters and I stayed at Grootbos Private Nature Reserve who arranged the shark cage diving for us.”
You may think you’re a fear-defying thrill lover, but can you handle the ultimate heart-pounding experience? Find out in Cape Town by cage diving with great white sharks. This full-day shark-diving experience takes...read more
“We got delicious hot chocolate when we got back on board, and enjoyed the cruize back, seeing dolphins, seals and loads of playfull seabirds.”
“Everything about this trip was first class, from the pick up from our hotel in Hermanus, the pre trip coffee and excellent briefing to the trip itself.”