Come with us aboard the luxury dive boat Solmar V as we leave the southern Baha Peninsula port of Ensenada, Mexico in route to Isla de Guadalupe, Mexico to dive in cages with the largest and most feared sharks known to man, the Apex predator, “The Great White Shark.” This island is one of the greatest places in the world to see these gigantic sharks up close and in the clearest possible waters with up to 150 feet of visibility. These magnificent creatures average 9 to 15 feet and weigh around 3,500 lbs, and are extraordinarily graceful as they swim around you in their natural habitat. Great Whites can range in size up to 25 feet and weigh as much as 7,000 lbs. (31/2 tons). On this special ‘Dive Travel’ adventure, hear first hand the stories told by divemasters and boat crew who work with these gigantic creatures of the sea on a daily basis. Then, come with us on a topside tour of the island by boat. This island, formed by volcanic action, with its rough and rocky shore, is complete with its own food source of harbor seals, elephant seals and birds, which attract the Great Whites to the region. Now sit back and watch this exciting adventure into the deep, blue waters of Isla de Guadalupe as we encounter our first Great White Shark!
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