Guided Shore Diving

Cape Town is quite unique in that there is a huge variety of shore entries available on both sides of the peninsula. False Bay has beautiful, thick kelp forests which creates an unusual environment for exploring, as well as a refuge for small animals and schools of reef fish. One will encounter numerous nudibranchs (over 80 species have been documented), crustaceans and lobsters, anemones, feather-stars, brittle-stars, sponges, sea-fans, octopuses and cuttlefish, as well as many species of interesting fish, such as the Klipvis of which there are 34 known species in False Bay alone.

Activity Details

4 Hours
Daily, weather dependant
Self-drive, transfers can be arranged at an additional cost
All equipment provided
No experience required, must be able to swim
R1300 per person
Additional Information:


Dive/ Snorkel Equipment

Marine Protected Area Permit for diving in protected waters

Marine Guide

Boat Ride

Educational Briefing

Transfer between dive centre and jetty

Light lunch and refreshments

A hot shower to warm you up!



Notes and Requirements:

Minimum age is 10 years old

Must be able to swim