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Bull Shark Diving Expedition

 

diving with bull sharks

 

- BEFORE YOU READ ON -

 

This trip has been discontinued. The bull shark encounters at Playa del Carmen are excellent but because we also have such great encounters with bull sharks during our annual Great Hammerhead Expedition, it seemed redundant to keep running a separate bull shark expedition. If you would like to get close to bull sharks and enjoy world class encounters with great hammerheads, please join us in Bimini: Great Hammerhead Expedition

 

 

Expedition:

 Scuba diving with bull sharks.

Dates:

 -

Location:

 Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

Accommodation:

 Hotel in Playa del Carmen.

Price:

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Prices include:

  • 4 morning dives with bull sharks.

  • 4 afternoon cenote dives

  • 5 nights hotel accommodation in Playa del Carmen.

  • Bait and everything necessary to attract bull sharks.

  • Experienced shark feeder.

  • Transfers to/from Cancun International Airport.

GET UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH THE MOST NOTORIOUS SHARKS IN THE SEA!

  

bull shark diving

 

DIVE WITH BULL SHARKS IN THE CLEAR BLUE WATERS OF THE MAYAN RIVIERA!

Join the best bull shark feed in the Americas at Playa del Carmen. Each winter from November till March, large female bull sharks congregate close to the beaches of Quintanaroo.

Encounters vary from just a few sharks to upwards of 20 individuals on any given dive. The shark feeds take place in 20-25m of water a mere fifteen minute boat ride from shore making this an easy morning and afternoon excursion.

After the dives, guests will have plenty of time to enjoy Playa del Carmen which has a reputation as the playground of Mexico.

 

feeding bull sharks

 

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SIGN UP FOR THE BULL SHARK INVASION!

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Bull shark diving

 

The Bull Sharks of Playa del Carmen!

 

a bull shark at Playa del Carmen

 

 

 

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Andy Murch Trip Leader

Andy Murch

EXPEDITION LEADER

Andy Murch is a fanatical shark diver.

He has photographed and dived with more sharks than most people on this planet and he's very good at it.

Andy's images and shark stories have appeared in hundreds of books and magazines around the world from titles as varied as Scuba Diving, FHM, Digital Photography,  and the Journal of Zoology.

Andy is the Creator of the ever expanding Shark and Ray Field Guide on Elasmodiver.com 

 

When not running big animal expeditions or on photographic assignments, Andy lives and dives on Vancouver Island, Canada

 

Predators in Peril

Andy is also the driving force behind the PREDATORS IN PERIL PROJECT which shines a spotlight on many endangered species of sharks and rays that are largely overlooked by mainstream conservation groups. Predators In Peril is entirely funded by Big Fish Expeditions.

 

Find out more about PIP at:

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