Guadalupe Island is located 200 miles southwest of Ensenada, Mexico on the Pacific coast of the Baja Peninsula. It is a rugged volcanic island, 25 miles long and the highest point is 4200 ft.

The best great white encounters and cage diving in the world happen at Guadalupe Island. The 4-night Guadalupe itinerary provides an adventure to shark seekers who enter surface or submersible cages to experience seeing great whites up close and personal. The Socorro Aggressors anchorage is in a sheltered bay near Guadalupe Island where the cage diving shark encounter action will take place in clear blue water. The yacht stays here for 3 dive days where guests will rotate entering the cages every hour while seeing several sharks during each dive.

All guests are picked up from the host hotels in San Diego, California & Tijuana, Mexico and transported to Ensenada, Mexico for boarding at 12 pm.  These are 4-night charters where guests rotate in and out of the shark cages throughout the day. All dives are from cages attached to the yacht and use a surface supplied air source or hookah. Equipment needed is a mask, booties, gloves, hood and a 5-7 mm wetsuit.

2 surface cages:  4 guests rotate in and out every 45 minutes.    1 submersible cage: 4 guests rotates in and out every 30 minutes.

A dive tender is available for shore excursions. The three tenders are 18 feet long.

Guadalupe Island Itinerary

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