Whale watching catamaran holiday, Mexico

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Responsible tourism

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Adhering strictly to the Mexican or National park regulations, we only do respectful Whale Watching with small groups and have set our own standards for ecological whale watching even higher than legally obliged to. The skippers are specialized and educated in whale watching and to avoid stress for the mammals, we behave like guests on the ocean. The animals decide if they want close contact to the boat. We only choose small boat, carrying a maximum of 10 passengers and always are a guide, naturalist or we ourselves on board.

All tours (boat and island) are guided personally by our team providing our guests with interesting and useful information. On this trip a local sailor is hired.

We provide plenty of information about cetaceans. Our guide is giving talks on lectures on the different whale species we meet and cetaceans in general. We focus on the part to apply the knowing in everybody’s daily life – to be part of the solution.

We only book guests for at least 14 nights on destinations with more than 3500 km distance so that the long flight is related to the duration of the different journeys we offer.

On this trip we offer vegetarian food and try to avoid producing garbage e.g. we do not use small plastic water bottles. We encourage our guests on all journeys to bring biological degradable shampoo etc.

At our headquarter in Europe we offer weekly information meetings and varying lectures as well as a permanent exhibition in our information center to share our knowledge on cetaceans and their habitat, answer questions and show that encounters of humans and cetaceans can happen with consideration and respect. We support as well the nonprofit association M.E.E.R. e.V. With these measures we enhance the knowledge and awareness of our guests towards the enchanting cetaceans and their endangered habitat and give useful tips on how to contribute to preserve these treasures!

We encourage our guests to book an additional OCEANIC Fair module which they can choose. For example:

Since 1995 the German NGO M.E.E.R.e.V. in co-operation with us is researching the marine mammals off La Gomera/Canary Islands. With your taken adoption you can make sure that this research will continue. This NGO - of which everyone at our tour company is a member – is also investigating the complex problems revolving around fast ferries on the Canary Islands and worldwide. With the adoption you will receive a welcome letter with a photo of your favorite dolphin or whale species.

The NGO Pro Wildlife based in Munich provides valuable project work for the marine mammals and the sea and is consequently lobbying their conservation. The department for whales and dolphins works on topics such as whaling, the toxic loads of heavy metals in marine mammals and bycatch. Their studies contribute inter alia at the International Whaling Commission (IWC) to keep the ban against international whaling.

The Impacts of this Trip

We were awarded the official renowned CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) sustainability certification by TourCert as the first whale watching tour operator. This means that we as a company have:

- Audited our company according to sustainability standards
- Quantified and qualified our ecological and social criteria
- Issued a sustainability report and respective enhancement programmes according to TourCert standards
- Committed ourselves to continuously enhance our sustainability efforts#+

We regard the CSR report as a continuous process to enhance the integration of even more environmental and sustainability aspects, way beyond any legal obligations, into the everyday life of the company. We work together with local companies, like small locally owned apartment complexes or car rental companies and encourage our guests to buy and eat out in the local shops and restaurants. The apartments employ locals. The produces they use are local as well. Our tour guide will show you the local restaurants and introduce you to the typically local food – delicious Canary cuisine – so you will contribute to the survival of local restaurants and get to know the Canary way of life at the same time.


1 Reviews of Whale watching catamaran holiday, Mexico

5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 29 Mar 2018 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

everything, but seeing the whales breach and come to the boats to be tickled!!

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

book early limited places

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

Yes very much the local people are very aware of environmental issues and conservation

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

perfect, exceeded all my expectations

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