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.”