An adrenaline pumping experience, this 1 day shark cage diving tour puts you in the water with Great White Sharks. Swim in a cage with the Great Whites for 45 minutes and marvel at their sheer size and majestic beauty.
What to Expect
Come face to face with one of nature’s fiercest predators, the king of the ocean, the Great White Shark. All that is between you and multiple rows of jagged teeth is a state of the art shark cage with 4 live streaming video cameras. From the ship saloon you won’t miss a second of the action, and if you’re underwater in the shark cage, you’ll be the center of the action, surrounded by sharks.
This thrilling, 1-day dive tour is the ultimate adventure! See great white sharks in their natural habitat and observe their fierce beauty and terrifying grace as they glide around you underneath the water. You will see exactly why we need to protect them, and not just for the good of our entire eco-system.
Observe these wonderful animals for 45 minutes in the shark cage and the best part is: no diving experience is required! This dive is open to all ages and experience levels. If you want to see sharks but going underwater is too much, there is a comfortable spectator lounge where you can watch your friends, family, and fellow divers. The Calypso Star II is a 20m vessel with a heated saloon, a huge bridge where you can take in the incredible views, and hot showers.
- Spectator price includes:
- Morning tea
- Afternoon tea and snacks
- Tea and coffee, filtered water
- Diving equipment: wetsuit, mask, hood, boots, gloves
What's Not Included
- Merchandise and alcoholic beverages are available for purchase.
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
You are required to meet the vessel at the Marina Hotel at 630am. The tour is approximately 12 hours in duration, depending on shark activity and weather. Please bring:
• Change of clothes
• Polarized sunglasses
• Warm jacket or sweater
• Please take seasickness medication the night before and the morning of the tour, prior to your arrival at the vessel, as a precaution.