Sail this Pacific island to observe up close and personal one of the world's most respected and enigmatic predators: the Great White Shark. Guadalupe Island is located in the Pacific Ocean off Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. With its clear blue water, subtropical temperatures, and an abundance of Great Whites, the protected waters surrounding Guadalupe Island is one of the absolute best places to observe and photograph these awe-inspiring animals. Depending on your comfort and skill level, watch sharks from the specially designed surface cages (no SCUBA certification necessary!) or take the plunge in the submersible deep-water cage for the ultimate experience 30-feet below the surface. We welcome anyone interested in sharks regardless of diving experience. Scott Davis and Ted Cheeseman are perfect leaders for this unique adventure, both having backgrounds in marine biology and decades of field experience in photography.