Another tick off your bucket list - or two ticks?


Rates subject to increase on 1 September 2024

About the Tour

This is an absolute must-do Cape Town bucket list item to tick off it’s about as exhilarating, authentic and real as they come. And this is one of the few places in the world you can actually witness the magnificence of great whites, in their natural habitat, making it a once in a lifetime opportunity. You’ll leave the V&A Waterfront via Helicopter, fly over the Hottentots Holland Mountian Range, then decend into the charming coastal town of Kleinbaai, situated in the Overberg region, widely known the best spot to view great white sharks. It is here, where shark diving and whale watching are world-renowned draw cards. We partner with Marine Dynamics to offer you an entirely exclusive shark diving opportunity. (Private boat is optional extra)

Duration: Approx 5-6 Hours including either 3 (exclusive) or 5 hour (shared) diving


Flights are subject to weather conditions. A full refund will be provided where rescheduling of flights is unavailable.


Important Information

Check In Time

Please check in 20-30 minutes minutes prior to your scheduled Take Off time. This will allow enough time for us to take weights, conduct a safety briefing and issue tickets. After this has been conducted you can relax on the viewing deck and take some great pre-flight pictures and enjoy the atmosphere.

Best Pictures

For the best pictures we recommend that you wear darker coloured clothing as whites reflect off the inside of the windows and can spoil that epic shot.


Please be aware that seating allocation on all our sharing flights are done according to weight and balance which is done during your safety briefing and ticketing. Should you want to choose your own seats you can book an Exclusive Flight at the cost of one additional seat and you are guaranteed the ‘best seats in the house.


All flights are weather dependent. Should the conditions not be ideal for flying we will try to reschedule to the next best available flight window. Note that the temperature in the sky is exactly the same as on the ground in case you are wondering what to wear.