Directions - To the Ultimate Shark Cage Dive


White Shark Projects is situated in the diverse and scenic coastal village of Gansbaai. Gansbaai is a two hour drive from Cape Town‘s city Centre but you will agree the drive it’s worth every minute. Dyer Island is just off the coast and offers the most renowned spot in the world to discover, dive and observe these elusive and wonderful creatures. Gansbaai shark diving is simply an unmissable experience, unlike any other!

Latitude -34.615621 Longitude 19.35458


If you don’t want to drive yourself we have the following options available:

We operate a door-to-door service to and from Gansbaai in our luxury bus and cars. This means that you get to sit back and enjoy the scenery whilst swopping stories with other Shark enthusiasts.

Telephone +27 (0) 76 245 5880 to arrange your return transfer.

White Shark Projects Team - Making Sure you arrive
White Shark Projects Team - The Boat


If you’re renting a car, why not opt for a luxury vehicle? A cabriolet to let the sunshine in, air conditioning, leather seats, a show stopper – with or without driver! Live it up a little!

Call us on +27 (0) 76 245 5880 to make sure you arrive in style!


Helicopter Transfers

Add one adventure to the other and take a helicopter transfer. With take off points from Cape Town and many other surrounding areas. You will experience aerial views including the patchwork vineyards of our winelands and the endless white beaches of the Atlantic Seaboard. Fly over False Bay, Seal Island and skirt the dramatic coast from Betty’s Bay toward Hermanus as you scout the oceans for Southern Right Whales.

Pick out Danger Point’s Lighthouse as you approach Gansbaai. The thrill at the first sighting of ‘Shark Alley’ and Dyer Island is where White Shark Projects awaits to take you on the adventure of a lifetime – Your Day in the Deep !

After your white shark experience, the flight leaves Gansbaai for your return flight to Cape Town.

E-mail to arrange your flight, or call +27 (0) 76 245 5880. No charter is too big or too small. Helicopter flights are subject to prevailing weather conditions.