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Cage Diving- Durban

By participating in a cage dive you are educating yourself and contributing to the value of live shark populations, both of which are important shark conservation elements.

What is a shark cage dive?

A typical cage dive involves getting into a wetsuit, donning a mask and snorkel and climbing into a floating cage with sharks gliding gracefully by, inches from the cage walls.


Contact one of the operators below to book.

Shark Cage Diving KZN

Visit:http://www.sharkcagedivingkzn.com
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Mobile Phone Number: 082 373 5950
International: +27 - 82 - 373 5950

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Aliwal Shoal Scuba

Visit: http://www.aliwalshoalscubadiving.com
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Mobile Phone Number: 082 800 4668
International: +27 (0) 82 800 4668


History of Cage Diving in KZN:

Sharklife developed the idea of cage diving in Kwa-Zulu Natal in 2008 in line with one of the organisations main aims;

To increase marine tourism and transform shark populations into a sustainable living resource by developing educational ocean experiences for all South African’s. see more

Scuba diving with sharks had been conducted in Kwa-Zulu Natal for a number of years prior, but because of the training constraints associated with scuba a relatively small number of the public participated. With a vision to make the experience more accessible to non-divers, Sharklife promoted the idea to local dive operators. It was John Miller from Cage Diving KZN who saw the value in the experience and invested a great deal into the idea.

Many years on, a thriving ecotourism activity reliant on healthy shark populations continues to promote and support shark conservation. Sharklife would like to thank all its members and partners who have enabled the organization to realize its aims.