From Cape Town: Private Trip to Gansbaai & Shark Cage Diving
Pick-up servicePick-up from your hotel or guest house in Cape Town and the surrounding areas.
- Drive along the scenic N2 road from Cape Town to Gansbaai
- Get a complimentary breakfast and safety briefing at a cage diving site
- Encounter Great White Sharks up-close from the safety of a cage dive
- Taste local wines or look for whales from the shore at Hermanus
- Visit the African Penguins Colony at Stony Point in Betty's Bay
Journey along the scenic N2 road of the Western Cape in the privacy of a luxury Mercedes Benz C-class or Hyundai H1. Head towards the town of Gansbaai, world-renowned for its shark diving facilities. Enjoy a quick breakfast upon arrival at the cage diving site, and get an introductory briefing with the diving crew. Then, board the chartered boat for your thrilling cage diving adventure! Experience the unique sensation of coming up close to sharks in complete safety.
Fresh towels and diving equipment will be provided on board the boat during the 3 to 4-hour experience.
Along the way, stop in the town of Hermanus, known for its high plant diversity and whale watching activities. Benefit from the option to either taste regional wines at 2 wineries of the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, or look for whales from the shore during whale watching season.
Continue through the small coastal village of Betty's Bay, where you can see one of the largest penguin colonies of Cape Town at Stony Point. Benefit from drop off at your hotel or guest house at the end of the day, or at a restaurant in time for dinner.
- Pick up and drop-off
- Guide and driver
- Shark cage diving fee
- Diving gear and equipment
- Bottled water
- DVD, which is available to purchase
- Food or drink
- Gratuities (optional)
Prepare for the activity
• No experience is needed
• Please dress comfortably
• Remember to bring sunblock, a sun hat and an emergency raincoat
• Please note that transportation to Gansbaai is by private vehicle, but when you reach the boat base you will be joined by other people. There may be 20 people on a boat at a time