Get up close and personal at African Croc Dive

African Croc Dive

Prepare yourself for an adrenalin-pumping hair-raising encounter! Head on over to African Croc Dive and experience Cape Town’s first ever Crocodile Cage diving close encounter with one of Africa’s apex predators.

African Croc Dive is located in the heart of the Winelands on the world-renowned Le Bonheur Crocodile Farm, which houses more than 1 000 crocodiles, and is a mere 40-minute drive from Cape Town and the Waterfront.

Here you can encounter the amazing and incredible crocodiles in their own environment. Pump up your courage and enter the cage to get up close and personal with the crocs underwater. Observe the fascinating Nile crocodile with their thick tails and strong jaws as the croc handlers feed them.

Swim with crocodiles at African Croc Dive

African Croc Dive

All diving equipment required for the dive such as second skins, booties, masks and towels are provided at no extra cost.

After enjoying breakfast or lunch in the African Croc Dive café and deli, the group that will be diving for the day is then led to the platform by the friendly staff where they will meet the master croc handler. After a safety briefing, the diving gear is handed out and the divers mentally prepare themselves for their close encounter.

Their spacious cage can easily take up to ten divers at a time; divers will spend approximately 20 minutes in the water with the crocs. Whilst in the cage you better make sure to smile for the camera while the house photographer takes photos and video of your experience that can be viewed and purchased after the dive.

Crocodile fever!

African Croc Dive kids

Fresh showers after the dive are also free for all divers to enjoy.

This experience is not weather-dependent and operates seven days a week. Guests are required to bring their swimming costumes, comfortable clothes and something warm to wear.

Not ready to face a croc just yet? Not a problem, at African Croc Dive, spectators are more than welcome to sit back and watch the diving experience from a safe location.

Kids wanting to try out the experience have to be a minimum of ten years of age. No need to worry about fitness level or experience, at African Croc Dive, you will learn as you go, and the experience will stay with you forever.

You can make a booking on the African Croc Dive website, and footage of your diving experience can be purchased from the front desk. You are free to bring your own underwater cameras should you wish.

For a thrilling, yet safe, predator experience, contact African Croc Dive today on 079 927 8309 or emailbookings@africancrocdive.com. Visit their website atwww.africancrocdive.com.

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