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Species in Marine Wildlife Tourism
Safe Interactions for Visitor and Animal
Learn about the the Species you are observing
Swimming with Humpback whales is unique, exhilarating and awe-inspiring. But since this activity is conducted in the open ocean with pretty large animals, there is still something you need to know...
read more » New Infographic: Watch Out for Humpy Behaviour!
The June issue of National Geographic tackles social media in wildlife tourism as cover story. Will this finally turn the tide?
read more » DeFINitely Hot: Going wild about Wildlife Tourism in National Geographic
If you liked 'The Whale-Watcher's Backpack' you'll love 'The Dolphin-Swimmer's Drybag' to learn about the must-brings when you want to swim with dolphins, seals & Co. ...
read more » The Dolphin-Swimmer's Drybag: What to bring when you want to swim with marine life
One of the FAQ's tour operators get from interested folks deals with the equipment and how to prepare for a whale-watching trip. Find the answers in a new, exciting infographic...
read more » The Whale-Watcher's Backpack: What to bring to be prepared
The new infographic highlights the different forms of whale-watching tourism and provides information on the pros and cons...
read more » Watching Whales - How to participate in whale-watching activities
Are you a tour operator and unsure what's in for your compnay when you deccide to get certified? See the benefits:
read more » Why become certified? What Tour Operators need to know
When you wake up one day and boom, you're a decision-maker!
read more » The Doctor's (not) in (yet): From Theory to Practice
The second item of the new series deals with the dolphin species most frequented for swimming interactions: The Spinner Dolphin!
read more » Spinner Dolphins Fact Sheet
Step by step I'll include fact sheets about the most popular species in Marine Wildlife Tourism! We start with the Manta Ray!
read more » New! Marine Wildlife Fact Sheets!
Find out about wildlife harassment distributed on social media and how you can identify it...
read more » Wildlife Harassment and Social Media
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