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Vous pouvez penser être un amoureux intrépide des aventures sensationnelles, mais avez-vous le cœur assez accroché pour cette expérience ? Découvrez le cap lors d'une plongée sous-marine en cage au milieu de grands requins blancs. Cette excursion d'une journée complète avec une plongée d'observation de requins vous fera découvrir l'océan au large des côtes de Gansbaai et vous amènera à distance de contact de l'un des prédateurs les plus craints. Avant de vous jeter à l'eau, vous en apprendrez plus sur les requins grâce au biologiste marin et aux guides expérimentés à bord. Le petit déjeuner, les collations et le transfert depuis l'hôtel sont inclus.
Unfortunately we didn't get to see any Great White Sharks, but we did see a bunch of Copper sharks, so it wasn't a bust. The crew was very friendly and informative about sharks and how the Great Whites were being hunted by the Killer Whales
was picked up on time from hotel was about a 3 hr drive with stop on way, was met a office for shark tour the co was very friendly and looked after us very well,went out on our boat trip got to our shark destination but on way was told we might not see any great white because earlier in week the were orga's in bay so we would not see any great white's' but what we did see were 2 or 3 brown sharks, so out trip was,nt a waste, the boat crew were apsoloutly fantastick i would recommend this tour was worth the money even though we did,nt see any white sharks, we also did see plent of whales
An early rise was required to get to the place which is over 2 hours drive away. Our driver stopped on the way to and from at a bay where we could see whales swimming incredibly close to the shore. On the way back we also stopped at a penguin sanctuary. A mid-break home for a snack was also welcome. The trip itself is well organised. You can see the sharks well from the boat and so don't have to get into the water if you don't want to. The equipment was fine and snacks particularly after being in the sea were nice and welcome. There were a number of sharks seen but they were mainly Copperback sharks. We were lucky that just as we were about to leave we did see a Great White shark. You do have to be patient as the sharks are not reliable and there are periods with no activity. The naturalist on the boat gave a good explanation of what is known about the sharks and how it is researched which was interesting.