Want to see a great white shark up close, personal and learn more about these amazing sharks?
Join Shark Stewards’s Director David McGuire August 26- August 30 on a shark adventure, learning and photography opportunity of a lifetime.
Talks, films and hands on activities will make this trip unique, but it is the white sharks that steal the show.
Great White Adventures/Shark Diving International are joining forces with Shark Stewards to raise awareness, support shark conservation and have a thrilling shark encounter at Guadalupe Island, Baja California Mexico.
Isla Guadalupe hosts one of the most prolific populations of white sharks on the planet, and close cousins to our Farallon Island shark population. Not just sharks, the marine biosphere reserve hosts whales, endangered Guadalupe fur seals and tropical seabirds.
What makes this remote island the greatest white shark diving destination, is not only the abundance of white sharks, but the crystal clear water to see them. This is a five day trip departing on the Solmar V from Ensenada via San Diego.
The 122 foot vessel Solmar V is a great platform for this special shark education and conservation diving adventure. The Solmar V is a seasoned shark viewing vessel with the highest standards of safety. The Solmar has two heavy-duty aluminum 4 diver surface cages & one-3 diver submersible cage for certified divers. Includes: 3 days of cage diving, diving air, weights, weight belts and all meals. Transfer from the host hotel, Hampton Inn in San Diego via private motor coach to vessel in Ensenada (included).
Starting at $3095 per person plus 16% Mexican IVA tax. Does not include: Park fees $15 ($5 per day/3days) per person payable on board.
Download the Guadalupe 2016 Solmar V confirmation package.
Book Here and confirm with GWA to join the Shark Stewards trip.