2018 Itinerary White Shark / Wildlife / Whale Shark Dive Safari.

3 days cage diving with the Great White Sharks off Dyer Island / Geyser Rock, “The Great White Shark Capital Of The World”.

2 Full days on safari in the Kruger National Park.

3 days / 6 dives on the tropical coral reefs off the coast of Mozambique.

Please remember, this is purely a “suggested itinerary” and we can add / reduce it any way you like, by increasing / decreasing the number of days spend diving or on safari at any of the above locations.

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Best time of year: April through November which is peak Great White Season although this itinerary can be done all year round.

Please note, the Great White Sharks as well as The Whale Sharks have not read this timetable and have no idea where they are meant to be and when!

Where in the world, other than in southern Africa can you get to dive with the Great White Sharks, view lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo and then dive with Whale Sharks and Manta Rays, all in a 13 day period? This is exactly what this dive safari offers. This is also the perfect get-away for those divers who have a non-diving partner. The thrill of viewing the Great White’s from the deck of the dive boat, the excitement of viewing lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo in the wild from an open safari vehicle, and then the sun drenched white beaches of tropical Mozambique. This unique dive safari will entice your non-diving partner to join you on this unbelievable 23 days in Africa. For divers – no enticement required. Just your C card and the desire to experience only what southern Africa can offer.

Please note: The Great White Shark activity takes place on or just below sea level. Full scuba gear is not required for Great White Shark cage diving, as the 6 man cage is attached to the side of the boat and no diving certification or experience is necessary. Your head and shoulders are above sea level until the dive master gives the call to let you know that the Great Whites are approaching. You then submerge your head and shoulders below sea level for the close sightings of the Great Whites, as they swim towards and past the cage. A diver spends about 20-30 minutes in the cage at any one time. After all the divers have had a chance in the cage, those wishing to have a 2nd go in the cage are more than welcome, time permitting. Snorkel equipment and the “breath hold” method are the most popular options, as experience has shown the sounds and bubbles from the regulator are found to be distracting to the extremely sound sensitive Great Whites. Should a diver want to use air and a regulator, he / she must be a certified diver, and must advise us in advance, as this is not carried on board. When you are not in our 6 man cage, refreshments are enjoyed while viewing the Great Whites and other sea life from the viewing deck.