FREEDIVING COURSES IN CAPE TOWN
DIVE INTO A NEW WORLD
Cape Town, the jewel at the tip of South Africa, is the perfect place to explore the incredible world below the waves. We offer an incredible mix of freediving and snorkeling opportunities from seal and kelp forest adventures to training in freshwater lakes and world-class swimming pools. Our recreational adventure courses are for those who want to explore our amazing oceans and our sport courses are for those who want to enter the world of competitive freediving.
Adventure is only one breath away.
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We have been teaching the highest quality freediving courses since 2012.
We have introduced thousands of people to the amazing sport of freediving and transformed their lives in the process.
Our instructors are experienced sports freedivers who have excelled in competitions locally and abroad.
Benefits of Freediving
Entering the world of freediving is a life-changing step! Your mind and body reset and allow you to redefine your beliefs in what you are capable of and what is truly important in life.
The initial body-mind benefits of freediving may include:
- Improved breathing patterns and oxygen efficiency
- Reduced stress and anxiety
- Increased relaxation and feeling of calm
- Increased body awareness, fitness and flexibility
- Improved mood, focus and self-belief
- Improved stress-resilience and energy
The demands of modern day living create unhealthy levels of stress for most people. Freediving offers a meaningful way to get outside, destress, connect with nature and like-minded people. It opens the door to adventure – exploring and learning more about yourself and the underwater world in the process. Many of our students speak of finding a new purpose, connection to and compassion for the natural world and experience a positive change in lifestyle.
What Our Students Say About Us
Our Freediving & Snorkeling Articles feature news, tips, opinions and our latest marine interactions.
Shark egg cases, also known as “mermaid’s purses,” play an integral role in the reproductive ecology of many species. These unique structures consist of a tough, leathery material made up of collagen, designed to safeguard the developing embryo inside. Their unique appearance somewhat resembles a small, leathery purse or pouch, hence fondly referred to by
Salps are fascinating gelatinous zooplankton that play a significant role in ocean ecosystems. These tunicates belong to the phylum Chordata and are known for their unique life cycle, filter feeding behaviour, and ecological importance as carbon sequestrators. Despite their similar gelatinous appearance, salps are in fact not related to jellyfish, having diverged 800 million years
Hottentot seabream (Pachymetopon blochii) are a notable endemic inhabitant of marine waters around southern Africa, commonly found in nearshore environments with rocky reefs and kelp forests from Namibia to Cape Agulhas. In addition to frequenting shallow coastal waters, Hottentot seabream are also found on offshore pinnacles up to 55m deep. As a resident species, they
Most well-known once washed ashore and decidedly smelly, red bait (Pyura stolonifera) is a fascinating sea squirt, or solitary ascidian, that grows attached to rocks, reefs and artificial structures. Commonly found in dense aggregates in cool and temperate coastal waters throughout Namibia and along South Africa’s west and southern coastlines, red bait is distinguished by