Do you want to come FACE TO FACE with one of the oceans primary predators of the ocean - a Great White Shark?
Would you like to do this in their natural environment in a responsible manner?
How awesome would it be to EYEBALL a GREAT WHITE SHARK?
Is this on your Bucket List? look no further, you have come to the right place to tick it right off, once and for all.
South Africa is the Great White Shark Capital of the World and we offer Shark Cage diving and Boat Based Great White Shark Watching trip's in Gansbaai.
Gansbaai is a Dutch or Afrikaans word for "bay of geese," sometimes also referred to as - Gans Bay or Gangs Bay. Gansbaai is a fishing village and a very popular tourist attraction in the Overberg District Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa. It is very well known for its dense population of great white sharks and is also a whale-watching location.
Shark Cage Diving with Great White Sharks is the main tourist attraction in Gansbaai since approximately 1995. It has been said that the Shark Cage Diving industry in Gansbaai, attracts the highest number of Tourists in South Africa after the Kruger National Park, for any singular activity.
Dyer Island, Geyser Rock and Shark Alley
The original name of Dyer Island is Ilha da Fera translated -Island of wild creatures, which was named by Portuguese seafarers in the 15th century.
Dyer Island is the largest of a group of islands about 8 km (5 miles) offshore from Gansbaai and not very far from Danger Point peninsula. The Island is named after Samson Dyer, an immigrant from the USA that came to the Cape Colony in 1806. He lived on the island collecting guano, which he then sold to the mainlanders as fertilizer. The island is home to a declining colony of Jackass Penguins formally known as African penguins ( A count of 5000 Penguins in 2015).
Geyser Rock is a smaller island and is home to about 60,000 Cape fur seals.
Dyer Island is a declared nature reserve and cannot be accessed by the general public, but can be seen by going on Great White Shark Experience or a Whale Watching Trips
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“Looking for a trip of a lifetime. This is certainly it. What an AMAZING adventure. Would recommend this to anyone that loves the outdoors and love's nature. These creatures are awe-inspiring and incredible ”