Great White Shark


Liveaboard diving to The Guadalupe Island, a rocky volcanic island of only 25 km. long and 10 km. wide, which is located in the Atlantic Ocean about 265 km. to the Southwest of Ensenada, in the Baja California region of Mexico. The island has a population of just over 200 people, including farmers, fishermen and Navy personnel, but its population of more than 10,000 fur seals of Guadalupe (Arctocephalus townsendi), its only breeding site, and of elephant seals (Mirounga angustirostris) that attract the great white shark. The island is a seal sanctuary since 1975 and a biosphere reserve.

From the safety of a cage you can enjoy some of the best encounters in the world with these impressive predators. There are only a few points on the planet where you can see great white sharks but without a doubt this is the best of all, both for the clarity and excellent visibility (between 30 and 45 meters), pleasant water temperature, and for the large number and size of specimens that we can observe here. In the waters of the  Guadalupe Island, more than 170 white sharks have been cataloged.

Liveaboard diving program

Day 1 about 09:00 departure by road to Ensenada arriving at 11:30 and boarding. The immigration and port authorities will pass the inspection and the dive boat leaves immediately afterwards to the island of Guadalupe.

Day 2 arrival at Guadalupe Island at 08:00. We anchor, we put cages in the water and the diving with sharks begins at 09:00 until 17:00, when the cages are taken out of the water.

Day 3 dive all day to see the great white shark.

Day 4 diving in the morning and at 2:30 pm, cages out of the water and we sail back to Ensenada.

Day 5 arrival to Ensenada at 11:00 and transfer to the airport or hotel. End of the dive trip.


  • Transfers
  • 4 nights on board, double sharing cabin in full board.
  • 3 days diving in cage to see the “great white shark”.


  • Everything not specified.
  • Flights.
  • Diving equipment.
  • National Park Fee 15$.
  • Crew tips.