Guadalupe Island liveaboards with Regaldive

Diving holiday specialists Regaldive now feature liveaboards in Guadalupe Island, Mexico, where great white shark encounters are nothing short of spectacular.

Guadalupe Island is one of the best destinations in the world for calm, clear water and a consistently high probability of multiple shark encounters per day. Along with the superb visibility, Guadalupe outperforms other great white shark destinations with its shark-seeing consistency and ideal diving conditions, combined with easy access for UK divers, via direct flights to San Diego.

Regaldive is working with the highly regarded Nautilus Fleet in Guadalupe Island. Nautilus liveaboards use submersible cages that descend down to 9m where the sharks naturally congregate. A permitted wrangling platform is also used and the action in the surface cages can be just as exciting. This experience is not limited to advanced divers. Guests do not need to be a certified scuba diver to join, although it is recommended that they take a Discover Scuba Diving course prior to their trip and that they are comfortable in the water.

To launch this wonderful new destination, Regaldive has an amazing Buy One Get One Free Flash Sale Offer on Guadalupe Island liveaboards (boat only). Five night trips start from just £1,095pp (boat only) when booking with a buddy. This offer is valid for trips on Nautilus Guadalupe liveaboards departing between 25 July and 21 September 2017. Guests should book by 4 May 2017 to take advantage of this offer.

www.regaldive.co.uk

 
Mark Evans

Mark Evans

Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 20 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

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