Is Shark Cage Diving at Guadalupe Island Safe?

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Is Shark Cage Diving at Guadalupe Island Safe?

Guadalupe Island in Mexico is the destination for great white shark encounters – period. This remote and scenic  volcanic island, located 210 miles off the west coast of San Diego, outshines all great white shark cage diving sites including South Africa and Australia since 2000.

Shark divers on our shark expeditions are not required to have any scuba diving experience or certifications we designed the world’s best cage diving system and have been innovating it since 2000 year after year.

Guadalupe Island boasts shark cage diving in clear blue waters with 100 – 150 foot visibility. We have identified over 400+  great white sharks here and keep adding more every single cage diving season from Aug-Dec each year.

But Is Cage Diving Safe?

The short answer is yes. Since 2000 we have been pioneering cage diving adventures at Guadalupe Island. First to design a floating cage system that keeps both divers and sharks safe. First to innovate a surface cage system that anyone can dive in safely. This is your chance this year to get up close and personal with the largest predatory sharks in the sea. At Guadalupe Island, great white sharks approach the cages and divers VERY closely making this the most thrilling white shark encounter in the world.

Are YOU ready to go cage diving? Book with us today!