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Specialist scuba diving and whale watching tours in South Africa. Oceans Africa are based in Cape Town and offer day tours and extended tours throughout South Africa. With associates in all the main coastal regions a tour with us puts you in touch...more
We had a tour organised for the group of 25 by Graeme from Oceans Africa Tour - and it was a highlight of our trip! first of all, Graeme was very helpful with suggestions - we wanted to visit a winery on the way from...More
Date of experience: September 2017
Thank Olga L
Graeme G, Manager at Oceans Africa Tours - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded October 6, 2017
Thank you so much for the kind words Olga. Your group was such a lot of fun - made it a great day out ! The best tour of the season for sure !!!
Who knew that you could just walk off a beach and dive with prehistoric sharks? Well Graeme and the Ocean's Africa team of course!
Spent a couple of days diving with Ocean's Africa off Miller's Point in Cape Town looking for the somewhat elusive sevengill...More
Date of experience: April 2014
Graeme G, Owner at Oceans Africa Tours - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded October 1, 2014
Thank you Aqua Images for your kind review - the first we've had since the move to Cape Town! Hopefully we'll see you in the water again soon :-)
Response from Graeme G | Property representative |
Hi Elka. Sightings of large pelagic sharks in South Africa are mostly confined to recognised areas – either rest areas or where food is most abundant, so if you avoid these places there is very little chance of seeing... More
Hi Elka. Sightings of large pelagic sharks in South Africa are mostly confined to recognised areas – either rest areas or where food is most abundant, so if you avoid these places there is very little chance of seeing sharks. Most species are totally harmless so you shouldn't be concerned if you do see one. If you send me an e-mail we can discuss some options for you. Best regards for now, Graeme