Gansbaai is one of the few places in the world where Great White Sharks can be seen year round. During the summer months they keep close to shore and during winter they move to Shark Alley, a nearby channel created by two islands. Dyer Island, with its endangered African Penguins and migrating bird colonies, and Geyser Rock with its resident colony of 60,000 Cape Fur Seals.
Once everyone has had a go you’ll head back to HQ for debriefing and breakfast. You can hop into a hot shower and enjoy a continental breakfast before departing to the nearby Stanford region, the Hemel en Aarde Valley or Bot River Valley for a leisurely afternoon of wine tasting and lunch. All three regions offer superb wine tasting and excellent restaurants for those that have built up a hunger after and active and adventurous morning!
Scenic drive to Gansbaai with continental breakfast
A morning boat trip and marine adventure en route to Dyer Island and diving with sharks in ‘Shark Alley’
Explore one of the many quaint and picturesque towns or valleys of the region including Stanford, the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley or Bot River (your choice)
Enjoy a leisurely lunch (for own account) and wine tasting at one of the many world-class wine estates in the area before heading back to Cape Town
Once everyone has had a go you’ll head back to HQ and hop into a hot shower and continental breakfast before departing to nearby Stanford, the Hemel en Aarde Valley or Bot River for a lazy afternoon of wine tasting and lunch