Take A Break From Work And Live In The Moment

A lot of us push ourselves to succeed! When we do this we become enveloped in our work with the plans we have and projects for the future get put on hold until we can find financiers to take our business to the next level. In times like these we really need a Shark Tank crowdfunding website to help us realize our business objectives or a personal site to help fund wedding expenses such as custom dresses by Azazie or a memorable reception..

Although sometimes, when we are pushing ourselves to succeed, we can get burned-out! If we are leaders in our fields, we need to do something totally invigorating to get us realigned for the next level in our businesses. Amit Ray puts it simply when he said, “If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment.” Sit back and let Rocket Pilots or someone similar sweat the marketing, take a well-earned rest and go on holiday!

How can you live in the moment and take a breather? Well, a totally shocking and heart-racing activity is shark cage diving! Interestingly, it is the danger that is associated with it that makes shark cage diving all the more attractive to many people.

This might just be what you need, and today we will highlight some of the world’s best places where you can try this adrenaline charged adventure.

South Africa, Gansbaai

South Africa has the reputation of offering some of the prime dive sites in the world. The country boasts an incredibly rich and diverse marine biodiversity. If you happen to be around Cape Town, and you feel in the mood for a dive with the great white sharks, head for Gansbaai.

Beneath the waves, about 8 km offshore from Cape Town, flanked by two islands populated by Jackass Penguins and Cape Fur Seals, lays a channel popularly known as ‘Shark Alley’. That’s the dive spot, and it is jam-packed with fins.

Isla Guadalupe, México

Isla Guadalupe has gradually grown over the past 12 years developed to be top spot for great white shark enthusiasts. It is today recognized as one of the world’s top spots for cage diving with these titans of the sea.

The shark cage diving paradise boasts up to 100 feet of visibility and pleasantly warm waters. Moreover, the classic expedition lasts for six fantastic days, making it your best choice if you have a true passion for the world’s most feared predators – the great white sharks!

Neptune Islands, South Australia

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The 4 South Australia’s Neptune Islands are home to massive colonies of Australian Sea Lions and New Zealand Fur Seals, which attract the sharks to the waters throughout the year. It is a breath-taking backdrop for shark cage diving, with clear waters providing visibility of over 25 metres. Depending on the level of your own shark-craze, there are two companies to choose from:

  • Rodney Fox Expeditions – Expeditions last 2-8 days
  • Shark Cage Diving – Mostly offers one-day cage diving

Farallon Islands, California

The Gulf of the Farallon National Marine Sanctuary is home to a healthy population of elephant seals, which is the main lure for the great white sharks. Some of the largest great white sharks in the world come to Southeast Farallon Island during the winter months to feast on the seals that congregate to breed and calve their young ones. If you are lucky to see a great white shark attack a 200-300 pound elephant seal, it will be a memory of a lifetime.


A shark dive is such an awesome adventure to experience. It gives you the thrill that you can never get from any other activity. The experience also includes exploring the underwater world, which is absolutely fantastic. You should really give this a try!

Author’s Bio

Carl Aamodt

Title: Super-Connector at Outreach Mama

Carl is a super-connector with OutreachMama and Youth Noise NJ who helps businesses find their audience online through outreach, partnerships, and networking. He frequently writes about the latest advancements in digital marketing and focuses his efforts on developing customized blogger outreach plans depending on the industry and competition.