This summer 2015 hundreds of whale shark arrive at the Mexican Caribbean, don’t miss this unique opportunity!
Cancun Whale Shark Tour 2016, GET READY! Off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula takes place in the summer months a Mexico top nature experience. Every morning, hundreds of whale sharks hungry rise to the surface of the water to find food at the same time.
Is the ideal opportunity to jump into the open sea and swim with sharks, well whale sharks. These are the harmless fish in the world, that feeds off plankton. Imagine that! The biggest fish of the sea survives eating the smallest organism.
Tourists moving on a boat trip from Cancun or Isla Mujeres takes 45 minutes approximately to The Whale Sharks National Park where these giant animals feed. Consider that if your are in The Riviera Maya the land transportation is in average 1 1/2 hours plus the boat transportation.
Facing the islands of Holbox, Contoy and Isla Mujeres there is more to see if you are lucky, some tourists have seen large concentrations of dolphins, some turtles and stingrays “Diablo ” of 2 meters long. So be ready to shot some amazing nature photos this summer!
You don’t need to be an expert swimming or diving, this activity can be done for anyone greater than 9 years old and pregnant women are not allowed, these are federal rules established by the Mexican government.
Must of tour operator from Cancun and Isla Mujeres visit the beautiful beach at Isla Mujeres “Playa Norte” one of the top rated beaches of 2015 in TripAdvisor, after the swimming activity with these sharks, time to take some cold beverages snacks and refresh yourself in the crystal waters.
The whale shark tour from Cancun or Isla Mujeres is a safe activity, the tour operators must be certified by the federal government in all security measures and certified staff(captains, sailor man and guides).
Must do if you are traveling to Cancun or Riviera Maya this summer 2016, do it with the local experts with more than 6 years running this amazing tour, contact us or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.