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Great White Shark Diving Viewing Cape Town.
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GREAT WHITE SHARK VIEWING
OR DIVING.



SHARK ALLEY, GANSBAAI. SOUTH AFRICA.

AAAX SPECIAL! Full day: R2 200 per person.

Including transfers from Cape Town.

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, FULLY CONTROLLED, NO DANGER, ECO AWARE, Boat or shark cage viewing. * Ages 6 to 60+ * All equipment supplied * Full day * Breakfast, Lunch and Refreshments * Just bring warm jacket, camera and sun-screen.
Great White Shark Diving Gansbaai Cape Town
Great White Shark Diving Gansbaai Cape Town
Great White Shark Diving Gansbaai Cape Town
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Dive with
Tiger Sharks Umkamas
Great White Shark Diving Viewing Cape Town.
DIVE WITH

TIGER SHARKS



Umkamas DURBAN SOUTH COAST.

7 days R29560 per person. Including: Experienced Guide/Dive Master, 6 nights bed and breakfast accommodation, all transport and transfers from Durban, cylinders, weights and air.

Dive the infamous: Aliwal Shoal 5kms off Umkomaas and 50 kms from Durban, Protea Banks and Rocky bay. 

Diving with Tiger Sharks (no cage) guarantees you one of the most exciting adrenalin-filled dives that you are ever likely to experience. The Aliwal Shoal with its large variety of sharks, diverse marine life and magnificent wrecks is without a doubt one of South Africa's finest dive sites C-cards and Log Books required.
Great White Shark Diving Gansbaai Cape Town
Great White Shark Diving Viewing Cape Town.
Tiger Sharks
Tiger Sharks
Great White Shark Diving Viewing Cape Town.
The last of the WORLD'S LARGEST FISH!

WHALE SHARK

XPEDITION to Chale Island.

12 meters in length, 3000 teeth, come and join us for a swim.
We pick you up from your accommodation in Diani and take you to our flagship, the fastest cruising boat along the Kenyan coast. On our slow cruise through the gap of the reef barier to Chale Island you get great views of Diani Beach, Galu Beach and the skyline of Shimba Hills. Whale Sharks, dolphins and various marine life are to be see along the way. At Chale Island you can go for a swim, snorkel or dive in the crystal clear water and then go for a guided island walk through deep forests with an abundance of tropical birds, old coral formations and the nature of the island.

Lunch is a mixture of African, Arabian and European dishes.

After lunch we explore by boat the mangrove forests with it's large population of birds and crab.

Then it's time to head home at high speed, stopping
to view Whale Sharks, if any.



€200.00 per person snorkeling
€280.00 per person scuba
Snorkel with Whale Sharks
Cameraman Whale Shark close up
Whale Shark
Scuba with Whale Shark
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Guaranteed viewing: If you do not see a Great White Shark you can go again!

The opportunity to meet Carcharodon carcharias a 6 meter Great White Shark face to face and understand that this magnificent creature should be more respected than feared. Also view Fur Seals, Penguins, Whales (in season), Dolphins... Definitely an ‘extreme education’  if you are in Cape Town. One of the Big 7 must see. Lions, Elephants, Rinos, Buffulo, Leopard, Shark and Whale.
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GREAT WHITE SHARK BLOG.

You can view the Great White Shark in Devon and Cornwall UK by 2050 or... you can view them right now in
Gansbaai South Africa.

Blog and YouTube courtesy of Fabiano Henrique Araujo

Published on Jul 7, 2019

Great White Sharks could become regular visitors to Britain's waters by 2050 due to global warming, one expert has warned. The fearsome ocean killers may soon stalk the coast of Devon and Cornwall as climate change

causes oceans to become warmer, forcing them to migrate north. There are already 40 different species and an estimated 10 million sharks in UK waters - but that number could be set to grow over the coming decades. Dr Ken Collins, from the University of Southampton, said he saw "no reason" why there should not be Great White Sharks in UK waters by then. The giant 15ft predators are regularly found in colder waters off South Africa which are similar to that of Cornwall, he added. Great Whites may have struggled with a slight image problem since the 1975 thriller Jaws - but we may have to get used to their unsettling presence if his prediction is to be believed. "It's likely we will be seeing more sharks spread from warmer regions such as the Mediterranean Sea towards our waters in the UK over the next 30 years".