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Travel Blogs from Gansbaai
... 2 hours, or even no sharks at all! When a shark did go for the bait, the idea was that the skipper pulled the bait away just in time so the shark didn’t get it and came back for more, and with only 8 tuna heads, this hopefully was a skill the skipper had perfected over the years. And just as the skipper was telling us this, mid-sentence, SHARK! It was only a 2m young shark but it breached the water with about half its body which we were told is quite ...
... lunch, it was about 4pm and Cecil decided to take us to the beach so we could dip our feet into the ocean for the first time since we’ve been here. The water was freezing but it was pretty fun to act like teenagers again and frolic in the sun.
SUNDAY FUNDAY - SHARK DAY - MOTHERS DAY! – Sunday we got picked up bright and early at 8am to go cage diving with the great whites! Our journey to Gansbaai was about three hours and along the way we had to pick up a ...
... into the shark cage as our crew
baited and lewered the sharks near our boat. Apparently it's controversial to
bait the sharks towards the boat, yet not illegal. Our crew taught us so match
about sharks and their migration. Sharks do not stay in the same place, so cage
diving and baiting them in is not a "trainable" process for these animals. They
get enticed once and move on. Sharks travel thousands of miles a day, so it's
never the ...
It was a very scenic drive, (which to be honest was the more interesting part of the trip). When we got there, it was quite windy, which was ok, it has given a bit of atmosphere to the area. We walked to the split where the two oceans meet, had a look around and left.
All in all if one has anything better to do, then do it. Personally I would have not missed a lot by not visiting Cape AGHULAS. But that’s ...
... and MIkael ended up spending the last of their allowance money on buying a penguin house on penguin island! they now have real-estate in South Africa not a bad investment little people , not bad at all. THey love all animals and when they learned the dire straight the penguins are in they decied to pitch in a share. Bless them .
IT was another2.5 hour drive back to Camps bay and we had a relaxing dinner at the apartment another great day for the kingo ...