Friday’s Photo Shoot – Cape Fur Seals & Great White Shark Cage Diving South Africa

False Bay is one of South Africa’s most picturesque and beautiful stretches of coastline and so it is no surprise that thousands of locals and tourists flock to its shores each year…but it attracts a whole host of other visitors too, some of which, you wouldn’t want to meet on your inflatable lilo!

Over 18 different species of shark live in the waters surrounding False Bay, and they live there because of Seal Island, a tiny 800-metre by 50-metre outcrop of Cape Granite, which homes over 75,000 Cape Fur Seals.

At just over 5km from the northern beaches of False Bay, Seal Island is easily accessible from both Cape Town and Gansbaai, and as it is the perfect hunting ground for the Great White Shark, it is also the perfect location for a spot of Shark Cage Diving…

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