Great White Sharks at Guadalupe Island
September 26, 2016
Last week I had the chance to travel to Guadalupe Island off the coast of Mexico and experience the unforgettable feeling of witnessing the Great White Sharks’ behavior. After arriving at Ensenada Port in Mexico, it took us around 19 hours to get to Guadalupe Island. Once there, we had two submergible cages ready for us to begin the adventure. We spent three days surrounded by the Great White Sharks, the most beautiful animals I have ever had the chance to see up close.
Sharks are the largest predatory fish on Earth. Their main prey includes sea lions, seals, small toothed whales, carrion, and even sea turtles. But Sharks are in danger! Humans have killed a great number of white sharks to get their teeth and jaws for trading and their meat for pills. We need to stop these crimes from happening. Sharks do not eat humans. People are afraid of sharks mainly because of ignorance.
This adventure was organized by Barna Takats, an adventure guide, diving instructor and cavern diving guide. Barna is the guide you want to contact if you are looking for a customized experience in nature.