Located in the Pacific Ocean approximately 165 miles west of Ensenada, Mexico, Guadalupe Island has become the world’s best location for viewing, photography and video of great white sharks. The visibility is often more than 100’ and the water temperature averages between 65F-70F. This is cage diving at its most exciting and, because you will be using surface supplied air (hookah) instead of scuba tanks, this adventure is open to both divers and non-divers alike. These 5 day trips are perfect for a great mini-vacation.
Solmar V operates two 4-person cages hooked to the swim platform, and one submerged cage, making it very easy and safe to get in and out of the cages. Guests rotate guests in and out every hour all day long.
Clients are picked up on day one at 10 a.m. at San Diego airport and escorted safely down in an air-conditioned luxury coach to Ensenada, Mexico. It’s a beautiful, scenic drive down the coast once you get past all the Tijuana border traffic. Then, depart Cruiseport Marina at approximately 12 noon. It's an eighteen hour overnight crossing putting us at the island early morning of day 2. We start operations immediately and day 2, 3 and 4 are spent cage diving with great whites. At the end of day 4 we wrap up and start back to port arriving by noon on day 5.