Daily Blog 31 December 2018 | Cage Diving South Africa
“The copper sharks were exciting and engaging” – Amone & Ane
“Amazing experience! Absolutely loved the scientific/marine biologist comments so we got to learn about beautiful animals we saw. Will recommend!” – Lauren
“So much fun! Exciting especially when they come up close. Many thanks.” – Sebastian & Kiara & Christian & Lina
Water Temperature: 20.3°C + °C + °C
Depth: 10m + m + m
Visibility: 0.5m + m + m
Conditions: Warm weather with a slight wind in through the day
We started our last day of the year early today but everyone was very excited and could not wait to see the sharks. As soon as we reached our dive location our guests quickly geared up and were ready to enter the cage as the copper sharks already started to arrive. Bronzies were extremely active around the cage, trying to get theit curious snouts inside giving quite an experience to our divers inside. Once everyone were happy we headed back the harbour to take our next group.
The sun was still nice and hot in the sky as we went back to our dive site for the second trip. Our guests geared up, and after a few minutes the Copper sharks returned to our vessel. Our divers eagerly jumped into the cage and as the sharks came amazingly close to the cage, our divers had an amazing time in the cage. Soon we showed our guests Dyer Island and the seal colony at Geyser Rock, before heading back to shore.
Cage Diving South Africa
If you are looking to get up close and personal with the great white shark then 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.