I always wanted to do a great white cage diving trip, so I googled those trip in the US. Islander... read more
Hi Brian, The price is currently $3,195 per person so the total for two is $6,490. Here are details of the trip, please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you! 5 day, all-inclusive shark diving packages... More
Hi Brian, The price is currently $3,195 per person so the total for two is $6,490. Here are details of the trip, please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you! 5 day, all-inclusive shark diving packages departing from San Diego, California to Guadalupe Island, Mexico aboard our U.S. Coast Guard regulated Marine Vessel Islander. Every trip departs from and returns to San Diego, California. All Inclusive Pricing Consists Of: *Four star meals, snacks and appetizers prepared by a professional chef *All non-alcoholic beverages * House beer and wine included *Travel and Accommodations (air conditioned stateroom sleeping berths) *Mexican tourist visas *Guadalupe Island Biosphere permits *All customs fees and taxes *Wetsuits, masks, weights and all related shark cage diving gear. Crew gratuity, optional merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, etc.) and premium beer/wine are the only additional expense. We take a $750 deposit to book your space aboard a trip with the balance due 45 days prior to departure. Limited Passenger Count Although our 88' vessel can comfortably accommodate up to thirty, we limit our diving passengers to only 16. We keep our groups small to offer our shark cage divers a unique, personal experience. This increases your cage time and allows us to maintain an exceptional crew to passenger ratio of almost 1:2 • We have a 100% safety record. • All our employees participate in the U.S. Coast Guard’s random drug testing program. • We are also the only vessel shark diving at Guadalupe Island to receive the special recognition award from CONANP, SEMARNAT, PROCER, PROFEPA and Reserva de la Biosfera Isla Guadalupe (these are the Mexican government & environmental agencies who regulate activity at Guadalupe Island), achieving 100% in all available categories (includes conservation, research, safety, procedural processes and science, among others).