Guadalupe Island Shark Cage Diving on a Budget from the USA

Guadalupe island cage diving

Guadalupe Island Shark Cage Diving on a Budget from the USA

As great white shark cage diving grows in popularity, more and more Americans, Europeans, film and tv crews, and shark researchers travel to Guadalupe Island to encounter the world’s top predator. For budget shark divers Guadalupe Island has become way too expensive to cage dive with great white sharks – until now.

Why Spend MORE on Cage Diving?

America’s Shark Boat features guaranteed best shark cage diving pricing from the USA (no busses into Mexico) and the same experience with sharks as all the other shark boats in the fleet – offering great white shark cage diving for a lot more at just $2795 all inclusive.

Although there are spots to shark dive in the U.S. and the Bahamas, shark divers from around the world say nothing else in the beats the waters and abundant guaranteed white shark encounters of Guadalupe Island. Guadalupe’s great white sharks migrate beginning as early as December each season to a vast pelagic habitat in the mid-Pacific, and along the California and Oregon coastlines where they spend an average of 140 days diving, at times, to 3,000 feet in an apparent search for food.

About Guadalupe Island Great White Sharks

Great white sharks can be as large as 20 feet long, weigh an upward of 5,000 pounds, and live for 30 years. There are ways to dive with 18-foot-long Great Whites, the size of small station wagons and at Guadalupe Island you may encounter a female white shark we named Deep Blue in 2015. Deep Blue is 20 feet long and estimated to weigh 4000lbs and your best chances of encountering her is during the late shark diving season at Guadalupe. August through October is peak season for seeing great whites and few places on the globe are as prime a destination as Guadalupe Island for adrenaline junkies on a budget.

Join America’s Shark Boat in 2020 and 2021 and save with our guaranteed shark diving pricing.

We’ll BEAT any price online. You could pay more to see and go cage diving with great white sharks, but why would you want to? Let’s dive!