Guadalupe is a small island in the Atlantic Ocean some 265 km south-west of Ensenada in the upper region on Baja California, and it is all about diving with the great white shark. From the safety of a cage you can enjoy some of the world's best encounters with these awesome apex predators. There are only a few spots on earth where great whites can be seen in such numbers and in such intimacy. And possibly nowhere in the world that has these shark encounters with visibility over 30+ meters as Guadalupe Island.
Cages are lowered into the water at different spots around the island where the operator thinks the best encounters are likely to be after assessing the conditions of the day. From the safety and comfort of a cage you will spend all your wet-time checking out the awe-inspiring sight of great white sharks cruising past and coming towards you.
The Guadalupe season is from August to October, when the ocean is calmest, and colder sea temperatures (19°C to 22°C) are to be expected at this time of year.