Apex Shark Expeditions
Apex Shark Expeditions runs unique trips to view or dive with great white sharks. We are based at Seal Island in False Bay, and all trips leave from Simon's Town, only 35 minutes from Cape Town. Seal Island is a famous viewpoint for breaching, great white shark hunting behavior. This spectacular behavior can be seen nowhere else in the world on such a frequent basis. We also offer cage diving on the same trip, providing a great opportunity to see all types of great white shark behavior in one trip. Owners Chris and Monique Fallows host 90% of all trips. We cater for a maximum of 12 guests per trip, with three to four crew members on hand. As the groups are small, we are able to provide an intimate experience and have the opportunity to pass on our knowledge and passion for the sharks and the area.
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