Seal Island, False Bay is home to the “flying” (breaching) Great White Sharks, and offers the unique opportunity to witness natural predations of Great White Sharks on Cape Fur Seals. What make False Bay so special is that this behaviour can be seen more frequently here than any other shark spot in the world.
False Bay is home to an abundance of marine life, and on many of our trips you will get to see Southern Right Whales, varying-sized schools of Dolphins, thousands of penguins and you can witness over 64 000 seals on Seal Island. We also see pelagic birds on some of our trips.
Take a look at the video below to catch a glimpse of the magic of False Bay and what it has to offer.
Our ultimate “AIRJAWS” trip is the most popular trip that African Shark Eco-Charters has to offer, and is a combination trip which focuses on the natural predations, breaching, shark cage diving and surface viewing all on one trip. The best months to witness the natural predation and breaching activity is during June, July and August.