It's that time of the year again when we go diving on the False Bay side of Cape Town. Don’t let the air temperature put you off, Cape Town experiences some of the best ocean conditions during the winter season when the northwester blows which improves the visibility (up to 15m). Diving False Bay (March to September): The average water temperatures during this time is between 12 – 18 degrees. This is an excellent time for shore dive sites, deeper reefs and wreck dives accessed by boat.
We are extremely fortunate in Cape Town as we have some of the most magical diving experiences available. One of the most fascinating dives has to be exploring these incredible underwater forests. Below are some interesting facts about Kelp forests:
This kelp forest diving experience is suitable for all levels of diver qualifications, if you are scuba diving with an Open Water certificate or perhaps you have Freedive qualifications, this diving experience will certainly be an unforgettable one. These environments are a paradise for not only the experienced underwater photographer enthusiasts but also if you are new to this incredible underwater world.
Don’t miss out on this unique adventure, diving through the fascinating underwater habitats of Cape Town. Join the OceanX team or surprise a friend with an experience voucher of a life time by either clicking THIS LINK to our scuba dive trips for shore diving or boat diving packages or simply click on the BOOK NOW tab of the 2 Shore Dive package ---------------->