- (COVID-19) facemasks are mandatory during the trip while its practical
- Whale sharks are best seen as massive congregations in June, July and August, those months hold the highest record of 500 whalesharks seen from a plane; that time also coincides with the best time for snorkeling at Isla Mujeres as the weather is usually excellent, nice and hot with stunning sunsets to enjoy at the end of the day.
- Goverment regulations allows each person to swim 2 times for aproximately 10 min depending on the sharks behaviour and only 2 people are allowed to swim with the sharks at a time.
-There is a 99% succes rate on our records to swim with whale sharks from June to August while it goes to 75% in september as sharks begin slowly to migrate far out to other feeding locations.
- If the Coast Guard calls a small craft advisory usually at 14 knot winds we will not departure. In this case, we will give a call or e-mail to all our customers providing a re-schedule opportunity or full refund in the case that you can’t make it for another date.
- 11 to 14 knots winds are not recommended for people who might be prone to seasickness
***Check weather forecast below for last minute bookings***
- Not recommended for people with severe physical or motor disabilities, heart problems, pregnant women and people under the influence of alcohol or any drug.
- Min. age for a whale shark encounter: 12 years old. (doesnt apply for VIP, private or custom trips)
- Life vests are mandatory, Coast guards will enforce them while in the whale shark protected area.
- The system automatically blocks next day reservations, for last minute reservations please CALL or Whatsapp: +52 998 493 93 90 to confirm availability.
IMPORTANT: We can’t guarantee swimming with the Whale Sharks, unproper weather conditions and unknown precise feeding patterns lowers our chances to spot them, although we have 99 percent success rate from mid june to mid september as massive congregations of whale sharks wander around the same area everyday we cant unfortunately guarantee a whale shark sighting.