The Overberg is a region of immense beauty and characterized by amazing and diverse landscapes. It forms part of the Western Cape as it stretches from the Hottentos-Holland Mountains in the north while in the southern, the Atlantic and Indian Ocean break on to sandy beaches and rocky headlands. The spot enjoys a Mediterranean climate with warm dry summers and cool wet winters.
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Shark Diving in Seal Island, False Bay, Western Cape South Africa
Seal Island is without doubt one of the world’s most popular shark enthusiast’s dream. It is the only place where during many days you can have the opportunity to observe various submarine mammals with predatory behaviors.
Shark diving at this spot is organised all year round but the best months to go are between February and September with 95% guarantee of seeing the Great white shark. Warmer summer months for visiting are from October to March, chances are at about 80% to come across such a beast.
Normally the Shark expedition starts at 7:00 and ends at 12:30. Shark diving is conducted in a cage 1.5 m/5 ft wide and 2.1 m/6.7 ft in height and has ports that allow excellent viewing and photography. Maximum number of persons per dive is 2-3 and you get to stay on between 20-30 minutes. No experience is needed and there is always the crew members who are experienced in shark diving.
How to Get to Destination
To get to False Bay by train you need to get board from Cape Town’s Metrorail Station.
If you are interested in trying out this amazing sport in this spot press the request button so as to give you more information and prices.
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