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Experience your own “Real Shark Week” and find out what it is like to come face to face with the Oceans most feared predators. When it comes to shark conservation efforts and shark diving industry lead protocols for ‘safe and sane shark diving,’ Shark Diver has been at the forefront of this growing shark cage diving industry trend. Over the past 20 years, commercial shark diving has grown and matured to offer the very best of safe and remarkable shark encounters worldwide.
Today, shark diving fans can encounter many of the premier shark species at well-seasoned destinations. Shark Diver was the first commercial shark diving company in the USA to initiate, develop and support Mexican shark research efforts with Great White Sharks at Isla Guadalupe. Since then we have gone on to initiate strong global shark conservation programs like The Shark-Free Marinas Initiative in tandem with our Tiger operations sites in the Bahamas and Bull Shark diving site at the Shark Reef Marine Reserve in Fiji. Shark Diver is also a strong supporter of the Marine Conservation Science Institute, with a portion of our proceeds being donated to their Great White Shark photo ID project.
The goals for us here at Shark Diver are to be advocates for our sharks and our cage diving industry while delivering top shark species encounters to our divers, media outlets, and research partners.
We call it Conservation Shark Diving.
Divers and non-divers alike are the heart of Conservation Shark Diving. They are folks like you, who love sharks and who care about the future of these magnificent animals – YOU are Shark Diver.
Join us this year on board any of our hand selected shark diving vessels to meet huge great white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) at the volcanic island of Isla Guadalupe, or curious tiger sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier) at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas, or bountiful bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas) in waters off Pacific Harbour, Fiji.
Travelers today are seeking adventures that deliver the extraordinary. Our all-inclusive pricing, record for shark diving safety, and valuable reputation make these shark encounters “once in a lifetime adventures!”
In a recent survey shark divers were more likely to join operations that gave back to the environment in real and tangible ways. We are proud to remain industry leaders in safe shark operations, shark site preservation efforts, shark site research support, and positive media efforts for sharks. For us, these are not just tag lines. We walk the walk, and our divers and research partners respect that.
Your vacation choices do make a difference in the places to which you travel. We’re not here for the hype, and we never operate in places where you only ‘might’ see a shark. We KNOW these creatures will be where we take you. With a name like Shark Diver and decades of experience in the industry, we are confident to say we GUARANTEE shark sightings. Yes! You read that correctly. Shark Diver guarantees shark encounters.
This is your year; the year you will finally meet the sharks of your dreams. Your next adventure starts with an email or phone call. So, if you’re ready, let’s go shark diving!
Starting at $3295 per person
Inclusive, 5-day Packages
Cage dive with the most feared yet misunderstood great white at the volcanic Guadalupe Island. No certification necessary. Meet up just five minutes from San Diego International Airport.
$3,395 per person
Inclusive, 7-day Packages
Dive with tigers, hammerheads, reef sharks and more at this tropical location with reefs and wrecks. Dive certification required. Fly into Freeport.
$2100 per person
Inclusive, 7-day Packages
Dive with as many as 70 bull sharks at a time in the warm waters of the Fiji Islands. Dive certification required. Fly into Nadi Airport.
From $1057 per person
Inclusive, 4-day Packages
Picture yourself with a 50 foot gray whale, just inches away from you, looking straight into your eyes. A mother whale bringing her newborn baby to your boat while she keeps a close watch. At the San Ignacio lagoon in Baja California these encounters happen on a daily basis during whale season.