Bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas) are found in all warm waters around the world. Ganges, Zambezi shark, Bull Shark, and a few other names all describe the bull shark. He prefers shallow, inshore waters and also swims into rivers and lakes. Bull sharks are 2.20m long on average and weigh around 100kg. They are named for their broad mouth and small eyes. Bull sharks are sexually mature at 10-12 years and have an average life expectancy of about 18 years.
They don't push out big amounts of eggs like other fish. Bull sharks keep the eggs in the uterus for 10-11 month until 1-13 young sharks will be born. After that the young bull sharks are on their own and the mother shark will not take care about them any more. Bull sharks hunt sting rays, dolphins, turtles, other sharks, crustaceans and all kind of fish. Bull sharks in rivers and lakes are hunting for birds, dogs, rats, cows and even hippos....read more
|Diving with bull sharks||84 USD||➤ Dive trip with one dive at the bull shark point in the morning or the afternoon.|
|Full equipment||20 USD||➤ Full diving equipment including diving computer.|
|Partial Equipment||5 USD||➤ Each part of the equipment (bcd, suit, regulator, computer).|
* All prices are in US Dollar and subject to change without notice.
Every year between mid-May and mid-September, these amazing animals come to us on the Riviera Maya. In the main time, hundreds of these giants frolic in the region between Isla Holbox, Isla Mujeres, and Isla Contoy, the Marine National Park. During this season, this body of water is extremely rich in plankton and, in addition to whale sharks, the region also hosts manta rays, dolphins and turtles. Inquire specifically about the trip to the whale sharks; it's an unforgettable experience for sure....read more