Great White Shark & ​​Cape Town & Cape wines tasting

South Africa – Cape Town – visit to the Cape of Good Hope, cage dive with great white sharks and wine tasting at South Africa’s best wine …

We can also combine this trip with diving in Mozambique and South Africa.

Orientation program actions

Day 1 Arrival in Cape Town
Transfer to Camps Bay to the hotel
Day 2 Cape Town & Cape of Good Hope
Day 3 Gansbaai
Day 4 Franschhoek
Day 5 Stellenbosch
Transfer to the international airport in Cape Town


  • 1 night accommodation in Camps Bay in a standard double room
  • 1 night in Gansbaai in a standard double room including breakfast
  • 2 nights in Franschhoek in a standard double room including breakfast
  • Explore Cape Town (Table Mountain, Green Market)
  • Tour of the Cape Peninsula (Camps Bay, Hout Bay, Nordhoek, Cape Point)
  • cage dive with great white shark
  • guide
  • All transfers


  • Anything not mentioned above
  • Single room supplement
  • Any additional activities not mentioned in the program
  • All snacks and drinks not mentioned above
  • Insurance
  • Alcohol
  • Gratuity
  • personal expenses

Price is per person including taxes, min. 2 divers
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Cape Town

Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town is a vibrant city that will get right under your skin, whether you visit in summer or winter.

While walking through the city’s streets and meeting its people, you will fall in love with its natural beauty and incredible spirit.
Cape Town is a city where the unexpected is always just around the corner and the beautiful province of the Western Cape lies ready to be explored beyond the city border. 

Cape of Good Hope

Cape of Good Hope, rocky promontory at the southern end of Cape Peninsula, Western Cape province, South Africa. It was first sighted by the Portuguese navigator Bartolomeu Dias in 1488 on his return voyage to Portugal after ascertaining the southern limits of the African continent. One historical account says that Dias named it Cape of Storms and that John II of Portugal renamed it Cape of Good Hope (because its discovery was a good omen that India could be reached by sea from Europe); other sources attribute its present name to Dias himself.

Known for the stormy weather and rough seas encountered there, the cape is situated at the convergence of the warm Mozambique-Agulhas current from the Indian Ocean and the cool Benguela current from Antarctic waters. Grass and low shrub vegetation is characteristic of the promontory, which is part of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve (established 1939) that encompasses the southern tip of the peninsula. There is a lighthouse on Cape Point about 1.2 miles (2 km) east of the Cape of Good Hope.

Cape of Good Hope


Get away from the hustle and bustle of busy city life, let down your hair, kick off your shoes and come to Gansbaai. Get back to basics with warm friendly people to welcome and pamper you.
So what makes Gans Bay cool? Simply it’s natural, rugged and unspoilt beauty.

For those of you who like living life to the fullest, Shark Diving in Gansbaai is an experience that will take you there. Gansbaai is a small coastal town a short two hour scenic drive from Cape Town which has earned itself the title of Great White Capital of the world. With Great White Sharks inhabiting the area for 12 months of the year, going Shark Diving in Gansbaai is a year round adventure not to be missed.