Guadalupe Island, Mexico

- 2018 DATE -
September 10 - 14, 2018
( 5 day trip / 3 days diving )
10 of 16 SPACES LEFT


Day 1- Pick up from your hotel in San Diego at 8:00 a.m., drive down to Ensenada (1-2 hrs). Our expedition vessel is the M/V Sea Escape. A 110' Liveaboard Dive Vessel. Boat departure is at 1:00 p.m. Once we depart, we will navigate for the rest of the day and night to Guadalupe Island.

Day 2 - Arrival at Isla Guadalupe is early in the morning, cage deployment and “chumming” are the first tasks of the crew, cage diving begins as soon as the first Great white shows up. Diving for the rest of the day.

Day 3 - Cage diving all day.

Day 4 - Cage diving during the morning and small part of the afternoon, the crew will start pulling the cages out of the water at 3:00 p.m. Return to port.

Day 5 - Arrival to the port of Ensenada around 1 p.m. disembark and transfer back to San Diego (same hotel) 

We are headed to Isla de Guadalupe, Mexico to dive with the king of all sharks - the great white. Located in the Pacific Ocean approximately 165 miles west of Ensenada, Mexico, Guadalupe Island is the best place in the world to see great white sharks underwater. The island has a large population of white sharks that annually visit these waters, thanks to the thousands of Guadalupe fur seals and northern elephant seals that call the island home. With over 100 plus feet of visibility, the water here is every Shark photographers dream...crystal clear conditions and big toothy sharks. Other wildlife that can possibly be viewed during our dives; Guadalupe fur seals, Northern elephant seals, makos, blue sharks and yellowfin tuna.

This expedition uses surface supplied air (hookah) instead of scuba tanks, so this cage diving adventure is open to both divers and non-divers alike.
WATER TEMPERATURE; 68 - 72 F ( 20 - 22 C )
LAND TEMPERATURE; 60 - 85 F ( 16 - 28 C )

Highlight Video from our 2016 Expedition

We use two surface cages and each cage can hold up to 4 divers. Throughout the day we will rotate divers, (every hour), all day long. Giving everyone equal opportunities to spend plenty of time with the white sharks. We use a hooka line set up (surface supplied air), so you do not need scuba tanks, which allows more freedom and movement inside the cages. Because we use hooka lines, this expedition is open to both certified divers and non-divers. 

Uncertified divers unfortunately are restricted to the surface cages only, while certified divers can experience an exciting and unique perspective from the safety of our submersible cage. In this cage, we can lower four of our divers down to 30 feet where they can view sharks from an entirely different perspective. 

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