Shark cage diving is one of those crazy bucket list items that seem too far out of reach. But we’ve got good news. If you’re checking off your to-die-for travel trips,(you could also use to-dive-for, if you're interested in puns!) we’ve found the ultimate adventure you won’t want to miss. You can go shark cage diving in California with Great Whites on this super-fun tour.\nGreat White Adventures has been in the shark cage diving business for 21 years and lead some epic underwater adventures. You’ll get up close with some of the ocean’s fiercest predators, the Great White Shark!\nIt’s okay to be a little nervous — but you don’t need to be. Great White Adventures works with experienced diving operators.\nAll of the animals are treated with respect and care. Narcity has reached out to Great White Adventures for an official ethics statement and is waiting to hear back.\nWhether you choose to embark on your journey in San Francisco Bay’s Farallon Islands or travel to Mexico’s Isla Guadalupe, you can be sure, you'll have a blast!\nMake sure to call ahead to make your reservation. When you book your tour, the instructors will go over detailed safety and essential information before you begin. It's important to respect the animals and their environment.\nView this post on Instagram A lone white shark swims through the “human zoo”. Our 2019 Guadalupe trips are almost full. Contact us today and we’ll get you into the cage. (510) 808-4499 www.greatwhiteadventures.com Photo- @duvanigruvan A post shared by Great White Adventures (@greatwhiteadventure) on Feb 1, 2019 at 8:43am PST\nSince there are two Great White Adventures locations, you can choose your adventure. They also have GoPro equipment for rent, so you can get all of your crazy shark encounters on video!\nView this post on Instagram #sharkselfie. Because if you don’t have #proof, it didn’t happen. #booknow #bucketlist #mygwa #dreamtrip #whiteshark #shark #sharkweek #🦈 #greatwhiteshark #cagediving #selfie📷 #vacationpics A post shared by Great White Adventures (@greatwhiteadventure) on Jul 11, 2018 at 7:08pm PDT\nThe Isla Guadalupe tour departs from San Diego, and the trip has super clear water, so you’ll get amazing up-close views of all the massive sharks.\nView this post on Instagram Join the Great White Adventures crew on one of four "Team Trips" to Guadalupe Island in 2018. We'll have guest photographers, shark ID sessions and exciting give-aways. Spaces are limited- book today! www.greatwhiteadventures.com (510) 808-4499 email@example.com Photo = @euanart A post shared by Great White Adventures (@greatwhiteadventure) on Jan 3, 2018 at 9:48am PST\nIt lasts for five days, and the best season to go is from August through October. Since you’ll be diving on this tour, a scuba certification is needed for deep cages.\nIf you’re looking at the one-day San Francisco Bay tour, the water is a lot colder and won’t be as clear, but you can still see some massive sharks. The boat departs from Berkeley, and you don’t need scuba certification to go.\nThis tour is also a lot cheaper than the Mexico one. San Francisco Bay tour prices begin at $375 per person.\nView this post on Instagram Go Big Red❤️🤙 First #Husker game of the season!!.. #Huskernation #GBR .. .. What’s everyone doing for the long weekend?- I don’t know what it is today but I’m on a spicy kick! We made some spicy jalapeño mango salsa, have jalapeño beer 🍺 and ghost pepper Chex mix to watch the game 😝 @goosegx6 A post shared by E r i k a R o b e r t s (@are_you_for_scuba) on Aug 31, 2019 at 8:45am PDT\nGreat White Adventures\nPrice: Prices begin at $375 for San Francisco Bay tour and $2,795 per person for the Isla Guadalupe tour\nLocation: San Francisco Bay and Isla Guadalupe\nWhy You Should Go: You can see Great White Sharks up-close and in person!\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, and animal rights. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and the animals.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.