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WATCH IT, DON'T BOTCH IT
Swimming with the whale sharks was life-changing for the boys who want to make our trip an annual expedition to Isla Mujeres. This whale shark conservation film promotes responsible ecotourism and choosing products that are shark-free. It was created by Christian, Derek, and Landon Petrisko on behalf of the Wild Over Wildlife Club for the Youth Ocean Conservation Summit.
Published on Sept 21, 2014
Isla Mujeres is home to the largest concentration of whale sharks - the largest fish in the world.
Take a swim with the
50-foot long creatures.
(USA Today) More info
Travel arrangements can be made through the Ceviche Tours Website (www.cevichetours.com).
Whale shark tours can also be booked on the Website.
We are now taking Swim with Whale Shark, Sport Fishing and Snorkeling Reservations CLICK HERE