Cage Divers See Sharks “Up Close” At Guadalupe Island
The is making a comeback at Guadalupe Island thanks to stronger environmental protections in Mexico and thousands of shark divers worldwide. The species’ population has plunged by more than 70% in some places, but not off the coast of Mexico’s Isla Guadalupe, where people pay less than they imagined to cage dive with them on America’s Shark Boat.
Getting to Guadalupe Island and Cage Diving Made Easy
From San Diego you’ll travel to the crystal clear waters of Isla Guadalupe, Mexico, aboard America’s Shark Boat celebrating our 20th cage diving season in 2020. Isla Guadalupe is the best place on the whole planet to cage dive with great white sharks. You’ll spend three life changing days cage diving in our shark cages face-to-face with the oceans top predator. We offer exclusive cage diving open to both certified divers and non-divers.
How Much Are Isla Guadalupe Expeditions?
We are the lowest priced all inclusive shark boat you’ll find. Why? We KNOW this is your bucket list adventure, we also know that charging $2000-$3000 more per diver for the same sharks seems…wrong? Expect to pay $2795-$3000 or less if you book last minute with us. Since 2000 we have been offering great value, all inclusive pricing, no busses into Mexico ever. Let’s dive!
When is White Shark Season at Isla Guadalupe?
Certified Diver at Isla Guadalupe?
No dive certification is required to use our cages, in 2000 we desiged a system to allow everyone to cage dive, not just certified divers, if you can snorkel you can dive at Guadalupe with sharks!
What is Included in The Pricing?
Pricing includes on-board accommodations, awesome meals, alcoholic beverages (water, soft drinks, tea, juice) and shark diving operations. No additional charges ever even rental gear is included. Airfare to and from San Diego, Ca is not included.
Ready To Go Cage Diving?
We are headed to Isla de Guadalupe 165 miles west of Ensenada, Mexico in just a few weeks from now to cage dive with great white sharks. You already know Guadalupe Island is the best place in the world to see great white sharks underwater. With over 350 individual white sharks identified here, Guadalupe has one of the largest known populations of white sharks in the world!