Diving in and around Cape Town is not for the faint hearted, but for those who love the adrenaline rush, this place will sure not to disappoint! Brave one of the worlds most feared wonders and come face to face with a Great White while being in the protection of a metal cage. False Bay near Cape is one of the best spot in the world to watch the Great White Shark in action. But besides great whites Cape Town also offers fantastic opportunities to dive with Blue Sharks, Mako Sharks and even Cape Fur Seals, Sevengill Sharks, coldwater pelagic species and numerous wrecks and reefs!
Please note: It is best to book shark cage diving trips in False Bay during February to September as it is out of season from October to January!
Black Heath Lodge
Blue On Blue
Star Holiday Apartments www.starapartments.co.za
Tranquility Guest House
Moon Bay Guest House & Villas www.moonbayguesthouse.co.za
Sonnekus Beach House
Piscess Divers www.piscesdivers.co.za
Bubble Blowers www.bubbleblowers.co.za
Into the Blue www.diveschoolcapetown.co.za
Indigo Scuba www.indigoscuba.com
Shark Eco Charters www.ultimate-animals.com
Scuba Diving SA www.scubadivingsa.com
Duck ‘n Dive Dive Shop www.duckndive.co.za
Go Shark Diving www.gosharkdiving.com
Scuba Shack Cape Town www.scubashack.co.za
Alpha Dive Center www.alphadivecentre.co.za
Whiteshark Diving www.white-shark-diving.com
Apex Predators www.apexpredators.com
White Shark Diving Co www.sharkcagediving.co.za
The best times to visit Cape Town are from March to May and from September to November. These shoulder seasons boast enviable weather, fewer crowds and lower prices.
Fly into Cape Town International Airport (Airport Code CPT). This airport is the primary airport serving the city of Cape Town and is the second busiest airport in South Africa and even third busiest in Africa.
For more info on Cape Town visit www.capetown.travel