Daily Blog 19 February 2019 | Cage Diving South Africa
"Gained some interesting knowledge about the sharks + socialised with a playful seal, though didn't see any sharks. Unfortunate, but still a good trip out!" ~ Rachel + Phil
"Unfortunately no sharks but still a great trip! Thanks a lot to the amazingly helpful staff, we gained lots of information and enjoyed ourselves a lot." ~ Joanne, Monique, Jan and Kathi.
Temperature: 11.8°C +
Depth: 6.4m +
Visibility: 2m +
Conditions: Sunny with a slight breeze.
It was an early morning when we headed out to sea. We arrived at our dive-site and our guests got ready. As we waited for the sharks to arrive, the marine biologist and guide chatted with our guests about interesting facts about sharks and the conservation efforts of Marine Dynamics. A Cape Fur Seal visited our vessel and hung around the boat for a while. Unfortunately we didn't get any shark around our vessel, so towards the end of the trip we visited Geyser Rock to see where our earlier visitor comes from. Afterwards we headed around Danger Point and towards Gansbaai harbour, where several shuttles took our guests back to the Great White House.