Great Whites Are Disappearing in Cape Town, the Former Shark Capital of the World

The Cape Peninsula dangles off the bottom of Africa like a tough fishhook, curling round from the frigid waters of the Atlantic Coastline into the broad expanse of Bogus Bay.

This island-like geography has made a plethora of waves, from spitting seaside breaks and huge-wave reefs to the beginners’ paradise of Muizenberg. Regardless of the abundance of setups, the peninsula is considerably far more famous for its other marine sights.

Considering that the early 2000s, Bogus Bay has turn out to be a globe-renowned site for cage diving with wonderful white sharks or to witness the amazing breaching phenomenon—where these … Read More