Off the coast of the Northern Baja Peninsula in Mexico, Guadalupe Island has gained it's reputation as the #1 place in the world to see Great White Sharks in clear water.

We will take an 18 hour boat ride from the Port of Ensenada in Baja California, Mexico to Guadalupe Island, where we will do 3 consecutive days of interacting with these animals.

Divers from all over the globe have visited Guadalupe Island for the last few years and we know as a fact that the chance of seeing this animals is very high.


Great White Sharks are an apex predator, they are the largest predatory fish in the ocean. Once feared and misunderstood by many, Great Whites suffered from having the wrong image in the media. Nowadays it is changing, through divers and photographers from all over the world who share their images and experience, Great Whites are now protected in many places of the world, thus increasing their population.

Guadalupe Island is protected by the Mexican Government and there are strict rules to interact with these animals.

Every morning cages will be in the water after breakfast at 8:00 am and out of the water by 5:00 pm or 2:00 pm in the last day.


- Great White Sharks of Guadalupe Island, Mexico 6 nights/ 7 days
- Date: October 10-16, 2017
- 4 nights/ 5 days liveaboard
- 3 days of cage diving with Great White Sharks, topside and submersible cages available
- LIMITED SPACES. E-mail us for availability and prices at

UW photo-pro Christian Vizl will be joining us on this expedition

Christian Vizl


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