Top-rated tour operator Cancun Whale Shark Tours announces beginning of tour season
- The Whale Sharks are returning to the tropical turquoise waters near Cancun. Cancun Whale Shark has earned Trip Advisors Certificate of Excellence Tours and is the Top Rated/Reviewed Trip Advisor Whale Shark tour operator. Tours commence May 15.
The Whale Sharks come to feed on the summer buffet of plankton, krill, and other microscopic aquatic organisms. The Whale Sharks in Cancun comprise the largest aggregation of these majestic marine animals on the planet thru September 17. Many days visitors can see/swim with more than 100!
Cancun Whale Shark Tours has conducted these amazing adventures for 10 years and has taken more than 30,000 people on the adventure. Roddrigo Sidney, the owner, has hosted adventure seekers from all 50 US states and more than 30 different countries from around the world.
"We offer the most experienced and capable crews, the fastest most powerful boats and the highest level of customer service in Cancun for this amazing adventure."
Cancun Whale Shark Tours offer both public and Private VIP Tours, which are ideal for professional photographers and journalists.
Their All Inclusive tours include roundtrip transfers from Cancun and Riviera Maya Resorts and Hotels to their private luxury marina.
There, tour participants receive a light breakfast, safety briefing, and Whale Shark orientation. All required professional grade snorkel and safety gear is provided. A fantastic lunch is served including gourmet sandwiches, fruit, shrimp ceviche, guacamole salad, salsas, crispy tortilla chips, water, soft drinks and beer.
In addition to snorkeling with the oceans largest fish, the Whale Shark, tour participants also get to snorkel at a reef area close to Isla Mujeres.
The Whale Shark is the oceans largest fish. It's an endangered species needing additional worldwide protections.
Cancun Whale Shark Tours is a founding member of the Whale Shark Conservation Society, an organization dedicated to the conservation of ocean-going species like the Whale Sharks, Manta Rays, Sea Turtles, Dolphins and Sailfish. Preserving the majesty of the world's oceans is an important mission by which a percentage of all tour proceeds are dedicated to these efforts.