At Neptune Island it was only $500 for the boat trip and cage diving (+ tip).Seems amazing, just wondering; how much something like this cost? The achual trip where your in a cage
I 100% agree.Hi All,
I have been great white cage diving in Gaansbaai, South Africa. I was really excited to try it, it had always been a dream of mine to do so.
Unfortunately, as soon as I got out of the water… I had an instant feeling of regret come over me!
Nothing about the experience was natural… they were baited with chum and basically toyed with.
Maybe I was just naive and expected something different before I got there… but I just hated the experience.
I had been scuba diving prior to my cage diving experience and have been many times since.
Maybe that contributed to feelings of it being unnatural… I’ll be sticking to scuba from here on out.
PS. I’m aware keeping fish in a reef tank is “unnatural”… but my guys eat like kings/queens
Thank uAt Neptune Island it was only $500 for the boat trip and cage diving (+ tip).
The real cost was getting and staying there. We had to first fly to Adelaide, then catch a puddle-jumper to the city where the boat was docked. But due to limitations and timing of the flights you have to stay two nights (night prior and night after). So overall, was probably $1500'ish.
Here is the company's website if you'd like to consider.
Proudly Advanced Eco Certified, Award winning Calypso Star is the only one day shark cage diving operator permitted to use berley to attract Great Whites.sharkcagediving.com.au
Seems amazing, just wondering; how much something like this cost? The achual trip where your in a cage