White Shark Guest House

Gansbaai, South Africa
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White Shark Guest House provides a relaxing home away from home atmosphere without compromising on comfort. Hosted by charming owner, René, White Shark Guest House’s five ensuite rooms are stylishly appointed with extensive amenities and free WiFi. Two rooms offer sea views, whilst a luxury two-bedroom Family Cottage has fully-equipped kitchen, open-plan lounge and private garden with braai (BBQ) facilities.

The top floor lounge, with large sofas and chairs, antique cupboards, carpets and African masks, is the perfect spot to chill at the end of a great day’s cage diving. Relax on the spacious balcony with views over the ocean enjoying a glass of local wine while watching the sunset.

All stays include breakfast. Other meals can be enjoyed in a restaurant just across the road. There is a second restaurant next door at Marine Dynamics’ Great White House. Gansbaai and its many local restaurants is just a few minutes’ drive away.


Prices from £339 per person for 3 nights including:

  • 3 nights’ Bed & Breakfast accommodation in a twin/double room*
  • 2 Cage Dive Trips (each trip duration: approx. 3-5 hours)**
  • Free visit to African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary

* Accommodation is either in an on-site Chalet at Marine Dynamics’ Great White House in Kleinbaai, or alternatively in a “Hippo Hollows” room at the White Shark Guest House, located just across the road from Marine Dynamics.

** One Cage Dive Trip per day, however this is weather-dependent and trips may need to be moved to other days. Marine Dynamics arrange two Cage Dive Trips per day, so it is also possible to book additional trips on-site, should weather allow.

Price does not include flights or car hire, but these can be booked to suit your requirements. Stays in other parts of South Africa and Mozambique can be added; just tell us what you would like to combine with or ask us for our recommendations.

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Contact Cary at 01473 852002 for help with your travel planning and advice on Southern Africa, or send us an enquiry.

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