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Cancun Mexico Responsible Tourism

Responsible tour operators in Cancun Whale Shark Mexico Rules Over the last couple decades, one form of wildlife-based tourism that has quickly become popular is diving alongside free-swimming whale sharks. While they’re the largest fishes in the sea, whale sharks are actually quite docile and have highly predictable seasonal movement patterns. That makes them particularly…
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Tulum one of The Travelers Choice past 2014

One of the 2014 Tripadvisor Travelers Choice, Tulum is one of the top attractions of the Riviera Maya in the Yucatan Penisula of Mexico. there are many activities to do in this destination, like visit the archaeological site, enjoy a sunny day at the beach, snorkel in the refreshing crystal waters of cenotes, or snorkel…
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Tulum oldes skelleton discovered

Scientists discover oldest skeleton in Tulum

Scuba divers discover 12,000-year-old skeleton in Yucatán, lending clues to the origins of the first Americans An accidental underwater discovery made by a group of recreational scuba divers in a remote cave in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula has yielded the oldest intact human skeleton ever found in the Americas, a find which holds important clues in…
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Last virgin island for bird nesting in the caribbean

The last virgin island of Mexico for bird nesting.

Isla Contoy is considered the most important nesting place of sea birds in the Mexican Caribbean This virgin island, barely 5.2 miles long and only 70 feet at its narrowest point. It is located about 45 minutes north of Isla Mujeres, situated at the beginning of the second largest coral reef chain in the world.…
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Visit the highest maya pyramid in Coba Mexico

Coba Highest Mayan Pyramid

Enjoy the View at Coba Visitors who brave the steep climb up the highest pyramid in Mexico’s Maya world reap the reward of a breathtaking vista. At more than 130 feet in height, Nohuch Mul, which means “large mound” in the Mayan language, is the tallest pyramid at Coba archaeological site and in the Yucatán…
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Mexico’s Top Nature Experience Whale Shark Tour

Top wildlife experience in Mexico, seeing and swimming with whale sharks. This is an ecotourism activity that involves  a small fishing community of Holbox and Isla Mujeres on the northern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula when the region began its transformation from a shark-fishing to a premier whale shark watching destination. Fishermen started taking tourists out to…
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Rules to observe while swimming with whale sharks

The whale shark has become an important species for the development of ecotourism in Mexico, specifically in Cancun and The Riviera Maya because of this, now there are rules we must follow to protect it. Local fishermen now are getting into the development of ecological aquatic activities like this whale shark tour, where they take tourist…
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Whale shark “fingerprint” ID

Like human fingerprints, whale sharks have a unique pattern of spots which allow individual sharks to be identified. By taking photos and cataloguing them, WWF has identified 458 different whale sharks in the Philippines. The third original member in is Zaven Arzoumanian, Director and President.  Mr. Arzoumanian is the key to the whale shark “fingerprint” ID.…
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Whale shark fast facts

Whale sharks can be as large a a school bus, making them the world’s biggest fish. The deepest recorded whale shark dive is 3146 feet(979.5m) That’s more then 3 times the height of Eiffel Tower. Caudal fin, vertical whale sharks swim by undulating side to side. Whale shark gills can filter particles as small as…
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