February 27th, 2010

Gansbaai is the perfect place for you to retreat from hectic city life. Here, with the picturesque landscape and idyllic beaches, you will be exposed to Cape Town’s natural coastline beauty. The friendly residents will always lend a helping hand wherever possible. Gaansbaai is also known as the shark cage diving mecca of Cape Town, so while you absorb the relaxing ambiance, you can also experience an adrenaline rush like never before.

De Kelders

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For the avid whale-watcher, De Kelders will provide you with premier whale-watching locations. The bay is the home of over 200 of these magnificent mammals of the deep. July to December is the peak season for whale-watching and visitors will be treated to amazing displays of majestic beauty.

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Gansbaai’s Dyer Island and Shark Alley is famous for having the world’s most dense population of Great White sharks. Visitors flock from all over the world to witness these apex predators. Just off Shark Alley, on Geyser Rock, dwell a colony of over 30, 000 seals – this is always a sight to behold.

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This is a nature, shark and whale-watching paradise and a not-to-be-missed experience. Make sure you book your unforgettable visit and enjoy the best and most relaxing stretch along the South African coastline.

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