Our Environment

Ten Interesting Whale Sharks Facts

The wide flat body of the whale shark is dark blue-gray with patterned speckles and a white underbelly with unique…

Choosing a Responsible Whale Shark Tour

Whale shark tours have become increasingly popular here in the Riviera Maya. If you are hoping to see these friendly…

Days of Whale Shark Tour Guide

I first met David Rodríguez Pandilla two years ago, back when his job as a tour guide involved taking clients…

Wildlife is Worth More Alive than in Soup: The Whale Shark Case

The first records of organized tourism with whale sharks are from Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia in the late 80s when…

Protect the Whale Shark

The whale shark is the largest fish in the world, yet it does not represent any danger to human beings;…

Conservation and Science: Learning During Summertime

The Riviera Maya is a beautiful place to spend your holidays, but it also has many challenges as the massive…

Recovering Fisheries in Quintana Roo

Most of us are now well aware that coral reefs are one of the most diverse and threatened ecosystems. Besides…

Traveling: Considering the Environment Too

This is a broad topic as there are many ways to start thinking a little more about our environment while…

A Mexican Crocodile?

The ‘Mexican crocodile’ or ‘Morelet´s crocodile’ was first described in Mexico in the 1800s by a French naturalist whose last…

An Oasis Next Door: Puerto Morelos Marine Park

An oasis of colors and life – some of its reefs still hold colonies of endangered species of corals that…