20Feb

Predator Diving – Victoria Falls

GENERAL DIVE INFORMATION

After a quick dive brief and signing of an indemnity form, the cage is lowered into the water up to the shortest diver’s chest level.
Basic skills are then covered where the divers are familiarised to breathing underwater using Scuba apparatus.

After the divers are comfortable, the cage is lowered where previously briefed hand signals are utilised.

There is where, whoever dares; catches a glimpse of “their world”.

The dive leader then lures the crocodiles and fish whilst taking underwater footage and photos, available for sale after the dive.

The cage returns to the surface and the divers are free to get changed in the change rooms.

During the processing of the DVD’s and photographs, one can enjoy refreshments at the Africa Cafe at Elephant’s Walk Shopping Village.

On request, deliveries to select hotels can be arranged

SCHEDULED DIVE TIMES AND MINIMUM GUESTS

Dives run all day from 09h00 to 18h00 daily and night dives are available on request.

Dives can be scheduled at any time during the day and there is no minimum number of guests.

The cage can take up to 4 guests and the minimum age limit is 6 years of age with parents consent.

The duration of the dive is 25 – 30 minutes long.

WHERE TO FIND US AND WHAT TO BRING
Situated at Elephant’s Walk Shopping Village at the Predator Enclosure (behind Barclays Bank)

Divers must bring their usual swimming gear. Change rooms and towels are provided.

All other necessary diving equipment is provided.

SAFETY – INSURANCE & MEDICAL AIR RESCUE

The cage, diving equipment, launch and recovery system of the cage are all assembled, designed and maintained by a Dive Master and highly qualified personnel.

The diver behind the activity has spent approx. 3 years underwater and 13 years working as a professional diver.

In an extremely unlikely event of an accident, each diver is insured for US$ 500 000 and medical air evacuation is on standby.

DIFFICULTY / EASE OF ACTIVITY

after a short brief and skill instruction even non-swimmers are competent enough to take on this activity.

EQUIPMENT & DIVING GUIDES

all equipment is of a high standard, readily maintained and, if an emergency arises, there are 3 emergency recovery systems. Dive guides are well drilled in the case of an emergency and are PADI qualified divers.