One of the most crossed borders in the world, Tijuana draws visitors in with its nightlife, restaurants, and bars. The city also has a vibrant arts scene and emerging independent arts spaces in Zona Centro. But of all the things to do in Tijuana, you won’t see any colorful reefs, great schools of fish, or spend your time taking photographs. In fact, you won’t even have to pack your fins. Tijuana is all about diving with one creature – the great white shark.
Guadalupe Island, located roughly 250 miles from Tijuana, is arguably the top destination for shark cage diving in all of Mexico. This small volcanic island located in the Pacific outperforms both South Africa and Australia with shark-seeing consistency and watching conditions.
During September through November of every year, thousands of marine mammals congregate here to breed and calve their young. And from the safety of a cage you can enjoy some of the world’s best encounters with these awesome apex predators. There are only a few spots on earth where great whites can be seen in such numbers and in such intimacy. And nowhere else in the world is underwater visibility as great as on Guadalupe Island.
Here, you can join experienced marine biologist guides on an unforgettable, bucket list encounter that will bring you face to face with one of the world’s most intriguing predators.