Daily Blog 20 February 2019 | Cage Diving South Africa
“Great experience & staff. Helpful & informative.” – Holly
“Really impressive to see the sharks up close. Thanks to the biologist we learned a lot. Second time for me, maybe make it three!” – Minse and Eline
“We had an amazing time today spotting the sharks. Thank you for the good time we will be sure to come back.” – Charmaine and Rory
Water Temperature: 12.5°C
Conditions: Beautiful sunny day on a flat sea with no wind.
It was a beautiful day as we headed out to our dive site. We arrived and soon had the cage in the water and next to our vessel. Barely did our divers get their wetsuits on, when the first Copper sharks arrived. Eagerly our divers climbed into the cage and viewed these beautiful sharks in their natural habitat. Soon one of our local Cape Fur Seals came around as well. Later in the trip our we saw a couple of Humpback dolphins pass between us and the shore. To finish off our fantastic day on the water, we decided to pass Dyer Island and show our guests the seals on Geyser Rock. As our guests took some photos of these animals sunbathing, we spotted one of our endangered African Penguins amongst the seal... looking horribly lost. Our last sight of the little animals was as it jumped into the water, and we hope it made it's way back to its family on Dyer Island.