WHALE SHARK EXPERIENCE
SWIMMING WITH THE BIGGEST SHARK IN THE SEA!
THE EXPERIENCE YOU MUST DO ONCE IN A LIFETIME
Only from june to september we can swimm with the whale shark in their natural habitat,
are you ready for this experience?
Early pick-up in the morning to arrive at the docks where the Boat Captain is waiting for us.
We sail in the caribbean sea until find the whaleshark area, then.... jump in the sea and
swimm with the whaleshark ALWAYS with a trained guide.
Only one RULE: DON'T TOUCH IT !!
Contact us for info
|Shared Boat (max 10 passengers) 2 people||Prices for season 2017 are coming soon|
|Shared Boat (max 10 passengers) 3 people|
|Shared Boat (max 10 passengers) 4 people|
|Shared Boat (max 10 passengers) 5 people|
|Shared Boat (max 10 passengers) 6 people|
|Private Boat 5 people|
|Private Boat 6 people|
|Private Boat 7 people|
|Private Boat 8 people|
|Private Boat 9 people|
|Private Boat (max 10 passengers)|
Tips for Capitain Fotos and videos are not included in the price
PRICE INCLUDE TRASPORTATION FROM PLAYA DEL CARMEN
15 US DOLLAR MORE IF YOU ARE IN THE SOUTH OUT PLAYA DEL CARMEN
Early Pick-Up & Drop Off in your Hotel
Sandwich-Cola-Water-Ceviche(seafood) or cesar salad
About Whale shark
The whale shark (Rhincodon typus) is a slow-moving filter feeding shark and the largest known extant fish species. The largest confirmed individual had a length of 12.65 m (41.5 ft) and a weight of about 21.5 t (47,000 lb), and unconfirmed reports of considerably larger whale sharks exist. Claims of individuals over 14 m (46 ft) long and weighing at least 30 t (66,000 lb) are not uncommon.
The whale shark holds many records for sheer size in the animal kingdom, most notably being by far the largest living nonmammalian vertebrate. The species originated about 60 million years ago.
The whale shark is found in open waters of the tropical oceans. Whale sharks have very large mouths and are filter feeders, they feed almost exclusively on plankton, krill, fish eggs and squids and therefore, are completely harmless to humans.
The species was distinguished in April 1828. The name "whale shark" comes from the fish's size, being as large as some species of whales and also that it is a filter feeder like baleen whales.