Shark Cage Diving at Guadalupe Island | The BEST Shark Diving
Cage diving with great white sharks at Guadalupe Island was once an activity considered extreme by many divers. Today, thanks to a few early shark diving pioneers like America’s Shark Boat, the MV Horizon, cage diving with simply giant great white sharks can be experienced by certified and non-certified divers alike!
On a small island in the Pacific Ocean 175 miles west of Ensenada, Mexico Guadalupe Island has become the premier white shark liveaboard destination. While won’t see colorful reefs here, or watch schools of fish, Guadalupe Island is all about diving with one critter, the great white shark.
From the safety of a cage you can enjoy some of the world’s best encounters with these awesome apex predators. There are only a few spots of earth where great whites can be seen in such numbers and in such intimacy. And possibly nowhere in the world that offers these white shark encounters, has such great visibility of 100 to 150ft as Guadalupe Island. That explains why scuba divers who love sharks come here and take photographs that become their pride and joy, reminding them of these unforgettable moments.
Guadalupe Island Shark Diving For Everyone
America’s Shark Boat specializes in taking non certified divers, or first time shark divers, into the exciting world of sharks. Dive with us and discover hands on shark research and shark conservation at Guadalupe Island. Shark Diving For Everyone is our commitment to showcase the incredible world of white sharks with a combination of 18 years of cage diving experience, a cage system designed exclusively for non divers, top notch shark staff and cage diving crews with years of hands on shark experience. We have been cage diving and naming many of the white sharks you’ll be diving with this year. From the incredible 19+ foot Deep Blue, most likely the largest great white shark in the Pacific, to many of our regular white sharks like Scarboard, Lucy, and Mau. These amazing animals have become more than just whites sharks to us as we encounter them year after year – we met Scarboard 16 years ago – they have become our sharky friends.