Isla Guadalupe

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This tiny vol­canic is­land 165 miles west of Baja Cal­i­for­nia is home to hun­dreds of rec­og­nized great white sharks; some mea­sure a whop­ping 19 feet long. The vis­i­bil­ity can of­ten ex­ceed 100 feet, mak­ing it an ideal lo­ca­tion for shoot­ing still im­ages and video. Most boats that visit Guadalupe use both sur­face and sub­mersible cages. The sur­face cages give non­divers the chance to see these mag­nif­i­cent an­i­mals in the wild. Cer­ti­fied divers pre­fer the sub­mersible cages, which are low­ered down to 30 feet, where the sharks tend to con­gre­gate.

“There is noth­ing like com­ing face to face with a great white shark, and Guadalupe Is­land wa­ters are so clear, the ex­pe­ri­ence is in­cred­i­ble.”

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