Guadalupe Island (Mexico) is the top destination for great white shark encounters. This small volcanic island located in the Pacific 240 kilometers (150 miles) off the west coast of Mexico's Baja California peninsula outperforms both South Africa and Australia with shark-seeing consistency and watching conditions. Only Guadalupe Island can boast shark viewing in beautiful clear blue water with 100 - 150 foot visibility. We have identified 228 unique great white sharks in the bay where we stage our submersible cage diving operations, which guarantees unforgettable encounters.
Great white shark encounters at Guadalupe Island are nothing short of spectacular. Guadalupe feels like a remote outpost at the end of the earth but is actually incredibly easy to get to. Our trips meet in San Diego, California with coach transfers to Ensenada, Mexico. It’s the best destination in the world for calm, clear water and a consistently high probability of multiple shark encounters per day.
The sheer number of animals in the bay we dive is jaw-droppingly amazing. We see great whites on three out of four dives. The bay itself is home to 228 recognized individuals ranging from 12 to 19 feet long! At times, we have seen as many as nine sharks on one dive—and that’s because Guadalupe is just the sort of place where magic regularly happens in the water.
October 19-24, 2018
$500 USD per person non-refundable/non-transferable deposit is required to reserve your spot on the trip.
A payment of $500 USD per person January 19, 2018.
A payment of $1000 USD per person April 19, 2018.
Balance of the trip must be paid in full July 19, 2018
Any cancellation less than 90 days out will result in a 100% penalty-no refund.
If you cancel, we will do our best to find someone to fill your spot, but if we have any unfilled spots on the trip, we will fill those first before finding your replacement.
Trip insurance recommended