Sadly, we humans do not treat the animal kingdom with much respect. We pollute the water they live in, we tear down the forests they call home and we poach them for their valuable body parts. The childhood versions of ourselves would not be impressed if they could see how pathetic we have become, endangering …read more →

When you go shark cage diving in Cape Town or Gansbaai, it’s not only an exhilarating experience, but also an educational one. All too often we tend to view these majestic creatures as rows of razor sharp teeth and not much else, when in reality, they are complex animals that are sadly often misperceived. White …read more →

Gansbaai is renowned for two things in particular, its outstanding whale watching opportunities and its shark cage diving. The area boasts some of the world’s most spectacular scenery and has been dubbed a small piece of paradise numerous times, due to its rocky cliffs, long stretches of golden beaches and turquoise sea. This is where the famous …read more →

As we neared Gansbaai I began to feel increasingly nervous – it was my first time Shark Cage Diving and I didn’t know what to expect. I mistakenly watched the movie Jaws when I was younger and have had a secret fear of the immense Great White Shark ever since. This was my attempt to overcome it …read more →

The White Shark Diving Company is a responsible, eco-friendly tour operator that offers you the unique experience of getting up close and personal with one of the sea’s most fearsome predators – the enormous Great White Shark. Nothing beats the exhilaration of ducking down into the water and seeing the toothy shadow of the majestic …read more →

The White Shark Diving Company operates in the stunning region of Gansbaai and presents a unique opportunity to really encounter the Great White Shark, a magnificent creature which is often sadly misunderstood. This shark cage diving company employs ethical, eco-friendly business practices and prioritises the well-being of the shark and also attempts to correct some …read more →