Shark Society Scuba Diving
Diving is an adventurous sport. Interaction with marine animals is the greatest thrill. Sharks, most of which are harmless, strike fear into the majority of people – but there are also divers who love them and will do anything to see the larger ones in their natural environment. Are you one of “them” and dig shark-diving? So do we! Welcome to Shark Society, the underwater adventures provider with great places to go scuba diving, a great team to assist and guide you, several shark-diving locations worldwide. We are glad to share our knowledge about sharks with you and make your vacation with shark scuba diving an unforgettable shark-diving adventure.
For the scuba-diving novice that “surfs” into our website:
Scuba diving is a excellent recreational activity, scuba diving with sharks is in no way different. Shark-diving is, in our opinion, just as safe like regular scuba-diving: stay within the rules, respect the sharks and their natural habitat, educate yourself about shark-diving, listen to the experienced shark-divers and you are in for a very special treat. Scuba diving with predatory sharks, one of the most fascinating creatures in existence,has been described by many participating divers as a thrilling and strangely,at the same time, an emotionally moving experience!
We at Shark Society offer these kicks at several dive destinations worldwide. Depending on your destination we recommend that you check with the different advertisers on our website regarding good deals on airline tickets.

  • Aliwal Shoal Scuba Dive Aliwal Shoal is approximately 45 minutes drive south from Durban. Selected as one of the top ten dives sites of the world by the Diver Magazine, the Shoal is a absolute "must do" for every shark diver. During the months of June through to November you can expect to see Ragged Tooth Sharks (Raggies) as they congregate on the Shoal to mate. It is not uncommon to find 15 to 70 of these ferocious looking but docile animals on a single dive. In summer you have every chance of seeing Tiger Sharks and Hammerheads. Depending on conditions the best dives are Cathedral, Raggie Cave and Shark Alley. Should you tire of the sharks, you can always dive on any of ...
    Posted Apr 8, 2014, 11:47 PM by Thomas Kraus
  • Mozambique Scuba Mozambique offers pristine beaches, warm waters and unspoiled reefs. Scuba diving here is truly world class. Mozambique has steadily established itself as one of the top dive destinations in the world. Divers come to Mozambique to swim with the giant Whale sharks that frequent the waters of this beautiful coastline. The small town of Praia do Tofo (pronounced Torfu) is the home the of largest concentration of Whale sharks in Africa. To get to Tofo you have to travel through the city of Inhambane. Many tourists are under the impression that they can dive from Inhambane itself but in actual fact there is only a harbor in the town and the diving resorts lie about an hour’s drive from ...
    Posted Apr 8, 2014, 11:36 PM by Thomas Kraus
  • Scuba Diving Costa Rica Scuba Diving Costa Rica. One of the many natural attractions that Costa Rica offers its visitors is scuba diving. And one of the key areas for this kind of activity is the Catalina Islands, where unique rock formations resulting from volcanic activity provide diving lovers with the chance to admire a myriad of sea-life species present at this site — including manta rays, white-fin and bull sharks, barracudas, sea turtles, starfish, and many more. Catalina Islands is located 15-20 minutes in boat from Flamingo Beach in Guanacaste. Experts agree that the best time to enjoy the close to 20 diving sites available at Catalina Islands is between December and May. There is still time to make the manta ...
    Posted Apr 8, 2014, 11:29 PM by Thomas Kraus
  • Scientists tag great whites off coast of Chatham As Chatham officials announced they were closing all of the town’s East Side beaches, state marine biologists were pulling off the high-tech accomplishment out on the ocean. The first shark was tagged at 9 a.m. near the southern tip of Monomoy Island, off Chatham. A second was tagged at 3:30 p.m. about a mile north of the first - each with a single move. A third was also spotted but not tagged. “They were right around a 1,000 pounds apiece,’’ said Chaprales, a 58-year-old tuna fisherman and lobsterman from Marstons Mills, a village in Barnstable. Chaprales said he had worked with biologists at the New England Aquarium years ago to tag other species ...
    Posted Apr 8, 2014, 11:20 PM by Thomas Kraus
  • Raggies at the Shoal The Aliwal Shoal is app. 5 kilometers offshore south of Umkomaas. As a reference, the coordinates northern point of Aliwal Shoal, where the wreck of the Produce are laying are 30°15.636'S and 30°830'E. Umkomaas serves as the gateway to the Aliwal Shoal and is the home to the majority of the Aliwal dive charter operations. The Zulu name is Umkomanzi, which was given by King Shaka Zulu himself in 1928 on one of his royal processions with his 'Impi' (warriors). During a hunting sojourn, he saw a number of cow whales and calves which were basking in the shallows a short distance out to sea from the river mouth. The name Umkomanzi, literally translated means ...
    Posted Apr 8, 2014, 11:14 PM by Thomas Kraus
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Raggies Crossing at Aliwal Shoal Shark Alley