If you are planning to get away this summer, there is no better place than Isla Mujeres, Mexico in the Cancun area to combine unique and exciting whale shark encounters with a fun and vibrant beach vacation. The annual aggregation of hundreds of whale sharks to the waters off Isla Mujeres is the best place in the world to snorkel with full sized gentle giants granting encounters with multiple whale sharks and giant manta rays. My 4 day intensive ecotour is the perfect chance to practice your underwater photography
2021 was a year to make up for postponed trips from 2020 but also to find new destinations and offer last minute trips to places open for travel. I was happy to return to favorite places like South Africa and Mexico while adding special experiences like the Sardine Run and Polar Bears. Enjoy reading stories and images from this incredible year.
Each Summer I lead groups to snorkel with the whale sharks and giant mantas that aggregate in the waters off Isla Mujeres, Mexico near Cancun. This fun and exciting trip gives my guests close up wildlife encounters in the water and is a special memory for everyone. Our small groups and full days on the water make this a unique trip all divers and marine wildlife lovers should experience
My 2020 Whale Shark and Giant Manta Group snorkel trip to Isla Mujeres was a fun and successful with more than usual number of Whale Sharks and Mantas
My 2019 Whale Shark season was exceptional with hundreds of whale sharks and some mantas. My guests enjoyed excellent encounters and a great stay in Isla Mujeres, Mexico
A Whale Sharks & Manta Photography Guide Photography & Video tips, Equipment, Techniques, and Best Settings Useful for photographers with DSLR, Mirrorless, Compact, and GoPro Cameras Whale Sharks are the biggest fish in the sea and likely the largest living…
Swimming with and Photographing Whale Sharks & Giant Manta Rays in Isla Mujeres, Mexico What you need to know Whale sharks can be found in all tropical and warm-temperate waters. These fish are largely pelagic, staying in the open ocean.…