Shark Diving Blog

All Women Adventures | Great White Shark Cage Diving

The latest trend in travel is adventure trips that incorporate a wide range of adventures from shark cage diving to kayaking, climbing, backpacking, and more — with no guys allowed. The operators ahead all offer women’s-only itineraries, with trips that range from hardcore outdoor adventures to luxe, glamping-style getaways. Women Only Shark Diving Female-focused adventure companies aren’t exactly […]

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Tiger Shark Diving Bahamas SAVE $500! | Blue Iguana Charters

We got a lot of calls from shark divers who have been thrilled by white sharks at Guadalupe Island, the main questions they ask us is “what’s next?” Tiger shark diving in the Bahamas with Blue Iguana Charters – bucket list shark diving! Join our buddy Capt Scotty at Tiger Beach Bahamas this May and […]

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Shark Diving in California Dive With Mako, Blue & White Sharks

Shark diving in California is a top shark destination for both cage divers and shark fans from around the globe. Our incredible Pacific coast is a Shark Marine Serengeti, enjoying one of the highest concentrations of sharks in the world, making it the top shark diving destination for shark divers both young and old. California […]

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California Shark Diving | Diving Trips | Shark Cage Diving

Cage dive with great white sharks at Guadalupe Island with America’s Shark Boat at Guadalupe Island this year. We offer actual US vessel departures from San Diego, California, no busses into Mexico like the rest (and for good reason). We are Guadalupe Islands original shark boat with the lowest shark diving price guarantee and best value. Safe Shark Diving in California If you’re looking […]

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Solo Shark Cage Diving at Guadalupe Island, Mexico

Have you planned this year’s solo scuba diving adventure yet? Join us on America’s Shark Boat where solo divers are welcome! Shark cage diving has long been thought of as a group diving sport and not solo diver friendly. Yet, thanks to a few specialized shark boats, over the last decade solo shark divers have begun to […]

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Shark Diving Facts at Guadalupe Island, Mexico

Global Shark Facts There are over 440 species of shark. 100 million are caught each year, while on average fewer than six human beings are killed worldwide by sharks. The great white can grow to 6.5 metres, weigh more than 2,000kg and swim at up to 70km/h. The great white, bull and tiger sharks are […]

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Liveaboards at Guadalupe Island Pay Less, Dive More!

As the best place in the world to cage dive with great white sharks, remote and pristine Guadalupe Island in Mexico offers cage diving amazing visibility, a four month shark season, and a better overall shark experience to other cage diving destinations. America’s Shark Boat based in San Diego, California offers more for less, come […]

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Great White Shark Diving Tours for the Family | Guadalupe Island

Let America’s Shark Boat introduce your family to an adventure your kids can sink their teeth into this fall. Go eye-to-eye with sharks in a cage at Guadalupe Island! There’s something fascinating to kids about great white sharks, the toothy predator with a bad boy reputation. The great white shark, or Carcharodon Carcharias, is known for its […]

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The Public Fear Sharks Less When They Meet Them

Researchers surveyed more than 500 visitors to an aquarium ‘shark tunnel’ to understand how attitudes to sharks and government shark policies can change. A study that parallels our experiences at Guadalupe island for the past 18 years, cage diving with great white sharks. Once you meet a shark, your attitudes change. Get to Know Your […]

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Great White Shark Tourism and Conservation

A new study has found that wildlife tourism with sharks has the potential to make participants enthusiastic shark ambassadors. A recent  paper, Turning wildlife experiences into conservation action: Can white shark cage-dive tourism influence conservation behaviour?, by marine biology and tourism experts at Southern Cross University and Flinders has been published in Marine Policy. White Sharks & Conservation The researchers, including marine […]

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