If you want to dive with white sharks, this is your place. Guadalupe Island, Mexico owned and located in the Pacific, is a true white shark sanctuary. Up to 108 white sharks have been recorded by this uninhabited island!
Guadalupe Island, declared Nature Reserve in 1925 and Biosphere Reserve in 2005, is the home of sea lions, endemic birds species, bluefin tuna, large schools of mackerel, skipjacks or wahoo… But no one is able to snatch the spotlight of the great white.
If you are planning to get in an cage to face white sharks the only way to do it is on the liveaboards of Guadalupe Island, with a minimum 4 nights stay.
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What is it like to dive with white sharks in Guadalupe?
What is the best time to dive with white sharks in Guadalupe?
There is only one season to dive with white sharks in Guadalupe, from July to November, the best time being in August. People travel to Guadalupe from all over the world trying to fulfill the dream of diving with white sharks and, furthermore, the season is short. So, if you want to find a place on a liveaboard, you better book your spot in advance, at least 7 months in advance.
What certification do I need to dive with white sharks?
Diving with white sharks in cages in Guadalupe requires at least Open Water Diver certification.
Can you dive with white sharks outside the cages in Guadeloupe?
No, it is absolutely forbidden to leave the cages.