Dive the crystal clear waters of Isla Guadalupe – one of the best places on the whole planet to view great white sharks.
Spend three adrenaline-filled days cage diving in multiple shark cages. It’s an incredible adventure open to both certified divers and non-divers.
Great white shark diving season at Isla Guadalupe is late July through early November. Pricing varies by vessel and accommodations class, but starts at $3250 per person and includes onboard accommodations, meals, non-alcoholic beverages and multiple dive days with lots of cage time. No dive experience is required.
Trips begin and end in San Diego, California, where participants board a motor coach for the trip across the border to Ensenada, where our dive vessels are docked. Trips are typically five or six days in length and include up to three days of cage diving.
Sharks Spotted: Sub-adult and adult white sharks.
Viewing Season: Prime shark-viewing season at Isla Guadalupe is from late July through early November.
Cost: Varies, according to vessel selected and accommodation category, but typically starts at $3250 per person, including tax. The price includes cage diving, on-board accommodations (shared), meals and non-alcoholic beverages. (Port fee, dive insurance, alcohol, travel to San Diego and optional gratuity are extra.)
Participant Requirements: No dive certification is required. Non-divers can utilize floating shark cages and divers have the option of using deep-water cages. Participants should be in reasonably good health and comfortable in and on the water. Select trips are open to divers 14 and over. Other trips are adult-only.
Trip Notes: Choose from four different luxury liveaboard dive vessels. All participants are required to purchase dive insurance and sign a release of liability. A passport is required for this trip. There is no shark guarantee, but Isla Guadalupe currently boasts the highest shark sighting success rate of any of the offered dive locations.