Isla Guadalupe (MEXICO)

Located in the Pacific Ocean approximately 165 miles west of Ensenada, Mexico, Isla Guadalupe hosts one of the most prolific populations of white sharks on the planet. What makes this remote island the greatest white shark diving destination, is not only the abundance of white sharks, but the crystal clear water you will find them in.


The visibility is often more than 100’ and the water temperature averages between 65F-70F. This is cage diving at its most exciting and, because you will be using surface supplied air (hookah) instead of scuba tanks, this adventure is open to both divers and non-divers alike.