Scuba Diving Cape Town
Scuba Diving in Cape Town is an AWESOME EXPERIENCE!
Whether you are an experienced DIVER, or a novice wanting to DISCOVER the amazing SCUBA Diving in Cape Town, you are always welcome at Scuba Shack Diving.
Scuba Shack Diving Cape Town is owned and run by Justin Villiers who is a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer , and has extensive KNOWLEDGE of all the local dive sites . Justin operates Scuba Shack Diving from Kommetjie.
It’s easy to dive with Scuba Shack. On BOOKING your dives, all your wetsuit and other sizes will be taken and all EQUIPMENT will be brought to the chosen dive site/ meeting point, to be kitted up. Of course some EXTRAS will be brought along just in case.
Our aim is to SPEND more time DIVING with you, making it nice and easy, than worrying about all the logistics!
If you are planning a TRIP to Cape Town , contact us and we will gladly arrange your diving schedule , accommodation and transport . Dive packages are also available including ACCOMMODATION.
If you want to experience Great White Shark Cage TRIPS contact us today.
Scuba Shack Diving, Cape Town can offer equipment rental with 5 mm two-piece WETSUITS. We can arrange all your equipment purchases, where you can choose from BRANDS like Scubapro, Aqua Lung, Tusa, Bright Weights, Seaquest, H20, Technisub and many more.
Boat Dives and Shore Dives
Guided Shore Dives can be booked and dived 7 days a week
We can arrange boat charter, which can comfortably accommodate 12 divers, 2 divemasters and the skipper. All the boats are equipped with full safety gear, including oxygen. The qualified skippers are medically trained and are also qualified PADI Divemasters.
Guided Shore Dives can be booked and dived 7 days a week Shore dives are easy and stress free. Entering a dive site, off a sandy beach somewhere in Simons Town, False Bay is just beautiful.
We take small & large scuba diving groups on the different shore dives where Justin will introduce you to best of Cape Town Scuba Diving .
There are many amazing dive sites to be seen. For a couple of shore dives it normally takes half a day, with an 8.30am start.
Scuba Dive Permits
In 2007 we saw the introduction of the dive permits as part of the establishment of the Marine Reserve . The Marine Reserve runs roughly from Muizenberg in False Bay to Green point on the Atlantic side.
That means the the whole of the Cape Peninsula is a protected zone. South Africa is way ahead of the rest of the world in declaring so much of its coastline a Marine Reserve.
For us as Scuba Divers this means that you will need a dive permit to dive. You can buy annual permits from any local post office.