How much does it cost to go shark diving in South Africa?
The prices vary in high or low season. During high season, when there is much more white shark action around Cape Town, you’ll pay $259 a person for a morning trip. During the low season the same trip is only $185 a person.
How much does it cost to go shark diving in a cage?
Typical costs: Open-water or cage-less swims typically cost $100-$3,600, depending on the location and number of dives.
Can you cage dive in South Africa?
Take a thrilling half-day great white shark cage diving trip from Gansbaai for a truly unforgettable South Africa adventure. Enjoy the professional services and extensive knowledge of the guides for 20-minute cage dives in the water up close to the enormous sharks.
Can anyone go in a shark cage?
The most popular trip is our Shark Diving Trip where our guests have the option to go cage diving or freediving with the sharks. No expedience or scuba certifications are needed, anybody can participate. We provide all the gear you will need along with iced drinks.
Can sharks smell my period?
A shark’s sense of smell is powerful – it allows them to find prey from hundreds of yards away. Menstrual blood in the water could be detected by a shark, just like any urine or other bodily fluids. However, there is no positive evidence that menstruation is a factor in shark attacks.
How old do you have to be to go cage diving with sharks?
Observing shark cage diving is not recommended for children under 10 years of age. In most cases, you will be asked to sign additional liability waivers for those under 18 years old.