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Shark Cage Diving

14 Aug 2014  White Shark Adventures
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If you're headed to Kleinbaai, Western Cape, South Africa here is a great itinerary you can do with White Shark Adventures.

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  • 1. Kleinbaai
    Kleinbaai, Gansbaai

    Kleinbaai is situated 3 km outside of the town area of Gansbaai and is one of the reasons why Gansbaai itself came on the map of nature-based tourism. The shark-diving boats leave from the boat launch at the small but charming natural harbour of Kleinbaai as well as one of the whale-watching boats, that also takes you on a tour around Dyer Island and Geyser Rock.

    A gravel road connects Kleinbaai along the rugged coast with many rockpools to the lighthouse at Danger Point. Though not very suitable for cars (even 4x4's struggle with this road), this track along the coast is a beautiful hike.

  • 2. The Dyer Island Group
    http://www.gansbaaiinfo.com/experiences/sharkcage.html

    The Dyer Island Group, a few km south of Gansbaai, is home to about 50´000 cape fur seals. skip

    Equivalent number of African penguins and uncountable other sea-birds. No wonder, hundreds of Great White Sharks have decided that this is where they belong as well. From Kleinbaai, a small natural harbour on Dangerpoint Peninsula, boats leave every morning to take travellers out to show them the Great White Sharks.

  • 3. Kleinbaai harbour
    http://www.gansbaaiinfo.com/experiences/sharkcage.html

    A typical white shark diving excursion takes between 3-5 hours, depending on the weather, sea conditions and shark behaviour. Trips depart from Kleinbaai harbour and anchor site depends on the sea conditions, weather and previous shark sightings. There is the option of surface viewing or entering the water in a secure cage. Those wishing to cage dive do not have to be scuba qualified.