the Sharks - Up Close and Personal!
What is Shark
Shark diving, or cage diving, allows divers, researchers
and film crews to view the extraordinary world of Great White Sharks in
comfort and safety. Specially designed shark viewing cages provide
adequate protection for the sharks from sport divers, while allowing
divers total freedom of movement and panoramic views. Our shark diving
crews are industry professionals who care about your safety and enjoyment.
Equally important, they care about making our dives safe for the
Is Shark Diving
As safe as we can make it. To date, our most serious injury
has been a sunburn. White sharks have many myths surrounding them. One is
that they are killing machines attacking anything in sight. We have found
that even at the height of a feeding event with multiple animals around a
carcass, white sharks prove to be shy, slow moving animals. Our divers are
amazed to learn first hand that these animals are almost gentle. That
said, divers should always maintain a healthy respect for these awesome
predators, in and out of the water!
Join us for one, or all three
of these incredible shark diving adventures:
The Farallons Great
white sharks are closer than you think! This one-day Absolute Adventures
Shark Dive departs from San Francisco, California and takes you to the
Gulf of the Farallons National Marine Sanctuary.
Isla Guadalupe Be among
the first to discover the world's most exciting new white shark dive site.
Isla Guadalupe is located off the coast of Mexico. On this Absolute
Adventure, you'll spend five days living at sea.
False Bay (Cape Town)
Just down the coast from our Cape Town jets, there's another incredible
adventure. Shark dives depart from the scenic village of Simon's Town and
are led by a professional shark photographer and experienced researcher.
Dive for one day or dive for ten.