A big thank you to all our guests for joining us today, we hope you enjoyed your time on sea with the MD team and the Great White sharks.
Daily Blog 04 February 2020 | Shark Cage Diving in South Africa
"Very kind and friendly folks, many thanks! Super experience, we will come back to see the White shark!" - Gosier Family
"Great experience, thanks for the cool photographs!" - Jason
"Amazing!" - Tegan
Water Temperature: Low
Sightings: Bronze Whalers and Cape Fur Seals
What a perfect Bronze whaler snout, the string copepod (small parasite) also seemed to think so.
Mouth open, eyes closed...or atleast nictitating membrane in place.
A local mother and daughter dove straight in as they prepared for the first cage.
A beautiful day to enjoy the view and take photographs from above water.
A wow moment during the trip as a Bronze whaler came out of the water with its' jaws open.
One of the three Cape Fur seals we encountered throughout the day.
A big thank you to this fintastic group of shark cage divers, we hope you enjoyed.
Agility in check for this Bronze whaler.
Double the trouble as the Bronze whaler sharks and Cape Fur seals cruised around the boat.
These German gentlemen were enjoying the sun and sharks after their time in the cage.
Smiles all round!
All eyes (and cameras) on me.
The sharks appeared to enjoy the sunshine as much as we did with some shining surface sightings.
What did we see today?...SHARKS!
If you are looking to get up close and personal with the great white shark then Shark Cage Diving in South Africa, and more specifically with Marine Dynamics, is a once-in-a-lifetime experience you won’t want to miss. Book and pay online with us and get a free video of your encounter with the world’s apex predator.