Shark Cage Diving Gansbaai Offers An Amazing Experience See Great White Sharks in Gansbaai

The Gansbaai area offers an amazing experience to see and even dive with the Great White Sharks, which are found in the waters off South Africa. Visitors can choose from cage diving or watching from the boat.

Hermanus SA, South Africa - April 25, 2019 / / —

Shark Cage Diving Gansbaai and Shane Edge Pienaar are pleased to announce that they are accepting reservations for the upcoming peak season for viewing the Great White Shark in its natural environment. The Cage Diving tours offer Shark Cage Diving and boat-based Great White Shark Watching trips in Gansbaai, so that visitors can see one of the primary predators of the ocean. These tours provides an amazing opportunity to see renowned ocean creatures. Booking should be done early to ensure that a place will be reserved and to avoid disappointment.

In an interview with Shane Edge Pienaar, he explains that, “The Carcharodon Carcharias are famous in the waters off South Africa throughout the year, but the peak season is the South African winter, June through to the end of August. This is a safe and responsible way to see sharks in its natural habitat, with a chance to see the sharks up close and personal. Our team not only ensures that you have the adventure of a lifetime, but they make certain that your safety is paramount.”

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Great Whites are drawn to the shores of South Africa to feed on the Cape Fur Seal. The sharks breach on their prey, which is unique to these waters. Tourists come to this area, as it is a great opportunity to see this famous activity. The sheer size of the sharks is impressive, The White Shark is the largest macropredatory fish and a major predator of marine mammals as well as fish and seabirds. Females can reach a length of 6.1m (20f) long and weigh in at 1900kg(4200lb).

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Name: Shane Edge Pienaar
Organization: Shark Cage Diving
Address: 11 Orothamnus Street, Westcliff, Hermanus 7200 SA
Phone: +27(0)28 050 2274

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