You won't generally see Sharks while you're at the beach, but somehow we Floridians are fascinated by this aquatic animal -especially when we're anxiously awaiting Shark Week 2019. If you're feeling wild or love to experience the more wild side of nature, Christopher Gillette offers shark diving tours - and they're the real deal.\nIn a recent Instagram post made on Chris' account, @Gatorboy_Chris, he has an upcoming snorkel and free-dive shark tour on April 11th - and is looking for people who are fearless adventurers and fellow nature lovers. He plans to host the dive with these predators of the deep out of Jupiter, Florida. He also includes his email for those interested in the adrenaline pumping, one-of-a-kind, experience to confirm all the dangerous details.\nCheck out this video Chris' fellow nature lover and underwater photographer, Mickey Scott captured on a recent free-dive at the Jupiter location:\nView this post on Instagram "Thoughts On World Water Day" - 🔵Maestro's Notes: This surreal footage was filmed on location off Jupiter, Florida courtesy of Shark Diver, Underwater Photographer and Videographer, Mickey Smith @sharkaddicts2 featuring Fellow Shark Diver and Passionate Shark Conservationist, Animal Rehabilitation Professional and Electronics Geek, Very Good Friend, Cassandra Scott @covascott • Image of "Snooty The Lemon Shark" and beautiful words by Cassandra Scott @covascott - The past couple of weeks have been a downward overwhelming spiral of doom seeing everything we have been doing to this planet. The clock is ticking, as Obama put it best(like him or not, it's science), "We are the first generation to feel the effect of climate change and the last generation who can do something about it." In conservation there is a fine balance of awareness and hope. Awareness of all the harm we are doing so we can learn how to fix it, and the hope we must carry to inspire people to want to make these changes. From the forests to the oceans, to the cities and our backyards, the world and all of its symbiotic creatures are being directly affected by our choices. All affected by one species of this planet, us humans. That's the reality, BUT we still have time to turn things around. Thank you to all the people who are working around the clock to in the science labs, in the classrooms, behind the cameras, hands on in the fields to instill hope for the this planet. Thank you for leading us in this march to fight. And thank you for not giving up. I would also love to thank all of my friends that have been sending me posts/articles/stories all focused on hope. Small milestones that are being accomplished to save animals/habitats, extinct species that are being found again, people starting to flip a switch on plastics, and the younger generation being a voice with their open minds. We all make a difference, together. TIME TO GET BACK AT IT!💙 . A post shared by Maestro's Notes 🔱 (@maestro320) on Mar 22, 2019 at 1:39am PDT\nThese dives really let you get up close and personal with the sharks - and there's absolutely no cage between you and this incredible predator. With no-holds-barred, that's enough to make anyone a bit nervous. Chris's website states that safety is super important to them and he briefs all tour guests with proper techniques and rules prior to diving.\nChris' website also welcomes guests from any skill level - from first-time shark snorkeler to certified deep diver. You'll be in the water with him and extremely experienced and knowledgable staff the entire time to guide you during your up-close encounter. Being an underwater photographer as well, Chris always brings his camera and can document your insane experience.\nYou can see a variety of species of sharks during your tours such as bull, tiger, silky, sandbar, Goliath, or Jupiter resident Lemon shark that is known as 'Snooty the Shark'. Depending on the time of year, where you go, and weather conditions you may see any of those, or whatever else the ocean decides to throw at you!\nYou can see Snooty the Shark and a couple of other sharks recently captured by Chris below:\nView this post on Instagram Jupiter royalty, Snooty the lemon shark cruising by on my shark snorkel trip last week!! Snooty is very recognizable with her distinct teeth-out jaws, she’s probably the most famous and photographed lemon shark around!! We had an awesome trip that day with a bunch of lemons and a bunch of bulls, crystal clear blue water and awesome people. I’ll be leading another shark snorkel trip soon, hopefully next week, email me if you want to join! ChrisGilletteWildlife@gmail.com Photographed with a Canon 80D, 10-22mm wide angle lens, Aquatica housing and Inon strobes. If you enjoy my photos I always read and appreciate comments, also feel free to share and see more at my website www.ChrisGillette.com @aquaticadigital #aquaticadigital #underwaterphotography #uwphotography #shark #lemonshark #florida #southflorida #sharkdiving A post shared by Christopher Gillette (@gatorboys_chris) on Mar 31, 2019 at 1:14pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Morning traffic. . My favorite shot from my shark snorkel trip this week, a pair of lemon sharks passing by each other. . I’ll be running more shark snorkel/freedive trips out of Jupiter, shoot me an email for details if you want to go!! ChrisGilletteWildlife@gmail.com . The other big benefit of coming diving with me specifically is I am an underwater photographer and always bring my camera and try to get shots of the excursion. I cannot guarantee shots of everyone and photography is situational, but I can typically get a few shots of the group with sharks and sometimes individuals on the dive as an added bonus. I create a dropbox folder where I upload the shots from the dive for everyone to checkout and share if they want. I do this free of charge but again there is no guarantee of photos of each individual, although I always try my best to get a few of the group. Photographed with a Canon 80D, 10-22mm wide angle lens, Aquatica housing and Inon strobes. If you enjoy my photos I always read and appreciate comments, also feel free to share and see more at my website www.ChrisGillette.com @aquaticadigital #aquaticadigital #underwaterphotography #uwphotography #shark #bullshark #florida #southflorida #sharkdiving A post shared by Christopher Gillette (@gatorboys_chris) on Mar 28, 2019 at 2:22pm PDT\nGillette is well known on Instagram for his dangerous dips with wildlife on his profile, @Gatorboy_Chris. His Underwater Alligator Tours are extremely popular and definitely an experience worth trying if you're feeling extra brave and wanted to experience both beautiful beasts up close. His alligators also produce some of the most unreal underwater shots we have ever seen like this one below from a recent tour:\n@oohhkayembedded via\nSee Also: There Is A Place In Florida Where You Can Actually Swim With Alligators\nIf you're not quite ready to swim with these fishies, that's okay - you can follow Chris on his dangerous adventures on his Instagram, @Gatorboy_Chris.\nIf you have a love for nature and happen to be a bad-ass, you can book your shark tour with Chris by email at ChrisGilletteWildlife@Gmail.com, or through his contact page.\nFor more information about the Gator Boy's Shark and Alligator Tours, you can find that on his website here.\nDisclaimer: We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit a potentially hazardous location, you check for the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.