If you are planning a trip to Mossel Bay and hoping to catch a glimpse of the impressive Great White Shark, then you are in luck. As of 27th April, there has been excellent shark action in Mossel Bay, with more Great White Sharks moving into the bay, ready for the winter season hunting the Cape Fur Seals.
The Great White Sharks are slowly moving over to the island, but still seem to be spending most of their time on the Klein Brak reef system. So when taking a tour to see the Great White Sharks we anchor impressively close to the beach on the other side of the bay as this is where the Great Whites are hunting other shark species, game fish and rays.
Over the last few weeks, there have been several notable sightings of Great White Sharks in Mossel Bay. One of the most active individuals is a 3-meter shark that has put on quite a show every time she passes by the boat. It has been spotted several times over the last couple of weeks, making it a regular visitor in the area.
In addition to the active 3-meter shark, there have been sightings of bigger sharks moving into the bay, notably a Great White Shark longer than 4 meters in length. This is a rare occurrence for Mossel Bay, so tourists have been extremely lucky and thrilled to witness such a special experience.
If you're planning a trip to Mossel Bay to see the Great White Sharks, then you'll be pleased to know that the sea conditions have been great for the last couple of weeks. With great visibility in the bay and fairly calm sea conditions making it a great time to come and see the sharks.
As of 27th April the Great White Shark activity has been excellent which is great news for tourists looking to experience these magnificent creatures up close. With more sharks moving into the bay and excellent sea conditions, now is the perfect time to plan your trip to Mossel Bay to witness the stunning beauty of the Great White Sharks.
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