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    The diversity of sharks is just amazing

    White sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) are migratory, apex predators, which have undergone significant population declines. We have to understand the shark ecology to ensure our management strategies are effective.

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  • Great White in good vizibility

    A shark’s sharp teeth aren’t the only reason we find them so scary---their ability to smell blood in the water, even from a long distance, is also a big factor. We know they’ll find us.

    But how do they know what direction to swim in order to find a wounded fish (or person)? Conventional wisdom says that they follow trails of scent based on differences in the concentration of odour molecules detected by each nostril. Not so, say marine biologists in a new study in the journal Current Biology. They say it’s all in the timing.

  • Daddy sharks are tougher

    Photo: - Lukas Fourie, Infinity Films

    It's not just their teeth and jaws that people find so captivating. It's also their funky shapes and unique skeletal makeup that capture attention.

    Unlike humans and most land animals, sharks have mineralized cartilage skeletons instead of bones. This allows them to move at unbelievable speeds through the water. Since cartilage weighs less than bone and is less dense, sharks can bend, swim, and maneuver in the ocean much differently than their bony fish counterparts.

  • Shark Cage Diving Specials with Great White Shark Tours

    We want to make shark cage diving accessible to everyone and therefore we run special offers from time to time.

    Watch this space for competitions and discounted prices which will make a bucket list shark cage diving trip an adventure you can afford.

     Current Specials:

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    Non- Diving Special:

      NON-DIVING  
       R200 DISCOUNT  
       You will receive R200 discount on the original price of R 2050 if you elect not to dive prior to starting the trip.  

     

    Great White Shark Tours - Bellamente Guesthouse

    Shark Cage Diving  Special

    Bellamente shark special 2019

     Book this special from 1 January 2019 -31 December 2019

    • Diver package - R2500 per person sharing
    • Includes 1 x night accommodation, exhilarating boat ride shark cage dive and hearty non-fatty breakfast.at the crew house
    •  Non-diver package - R2300 per person sharing
    • Includes 1 x night accommodation, exhilarating boat ride and watching the shark activity from the boat and not in the cage and a hearty, non-fatty breakfast at the crew house.

    Excluded:

    • Dinner and drinks
    • Bellamente Guest House can cater for dinner @ R290pp for a 3-course meal.
    • Minimum of  6 people.
    • Transfer from the guesthouse in De Kelders to Kleinbaai ( 10km)

    To find out more about this special offer contact Rita 

     Bellamente Guesthouse

    What Bellamnete Guesthouse offers:

    • Free WiFi
    • Barbecue Facilities
    • Balcony with sea view
    • 6 km from Shark Cage Diving
    • Free, secure private parking
    • 24-hour front desk

    Room Facilities

    • Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
    • Selected rooms with a seating area
    • Private bathrooms
    • Complimentary bathroom amenities & hair dryer

    Contact Details

    13 Cove Street, De Kelders Gansbaai
    Tel: +27 (0)28 384 0186
    Mobile +27 (0)  72 311 9396
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    www.bellamente.co.za

     

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Contact Details

No. 8 Swart Street, Kleinbaai, Gansbaai, South Africa

GPS: 34° 36'52"S - 19º 21'18"E

Phone: +27 (0) 28 384 1418

Mobile: +27 (0) 83 300 2138

E-Mail:  brian@sharkcagediving.net