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10th Annual Whale Shark Festival
in Isla Mujeres

The Festival will be held July 20-23, 2017 in Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, Mexico, a short trip from Cancun International Airport

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SAVE THE SHARKS
BY SWIMMING WITH THEM

Ecotourism is helping promote shark conservation around the world
—while also boosting local economies

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Whale Shark Festival July 20-27, 2014 Isla Mujeres, Mexico
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Environment Leaders Along with Tourism Council Announce Dates for the
7th Annual Whale Shark Festival

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SFGate and San Francisco Chronicle
From burros to whale sharks: Mexico's wildest festivals

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Events Announced for the 4th Annual Whale Shark Festival©
in Isla Mujeres, Mexico

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Speakers Announced for the 4th Annual Whale Shark Festival©
in Isla Mujeres, Mexico

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Whale Sharks Vulnerable to Boat Strikes
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Dates Announced for the 4th Annual Whale Shark Festival in Isla Mujeres, Mexico
The Festival will be held July 15-17, 2011 in Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, Mexico
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Researching Wild Whale Sharks in Mexico
National Geographic Channel
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SECOND ANNUAL UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST "RAMON BRAVO" at Isla Mujeres, Mexico

ramon bravo

Isla Mujeres' Municipality and Tourism Board are honored to invite you to participate in the Second Annual Underwater Photography Contest "Ramon Bravo Prieto" 2010, which will take place on beautiful Isla Mujeres from October 21st to 23rd, where the following prizes will be awarded:

1st Place: USD$5,000. 2nd Place: USD$2,500. 3rd Place: USD$1,650. 4th Place: USD$800

More information (PDF) | Mas Informacion (PDF) | www.ramonbravo.com

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Swim with the whale sharks in Mexico (USA TODAY)

Isla Mujeres is home to the largest concentration of whale sharks - the largest fish in the world. Take a swim with the 50-foot long creatures.
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New Speakers for Whale Shark Festival Conference Program Announced

Marine Biologists from Georgia Aquarium, Mote Marine Lab, Ecocean and Project Domino to Speak About Conservation, Whale Shark Preservation More info

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UNUSUAL SWIMMING BUDDIES - Un Viaje Azul Marino-
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1er. Torneo De Pesca Femenil 2009 Alicia Ricalde Magaña

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159 aniversario de la Fundación de Isla Mujeres Progama

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Whale sharks &
ecotourism in Isla Mujeres July 17 2009
Embassy Row

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Anuncian Programa y Conferencistas Que Participaran en el Segundo Festival Anual Del Tiburon Ballena en Isla Mujeres, México.

6 de julio de 2009

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The president Felipe Cauldron Hinojosa announced Friday June 5, 2009, the creation of the Reserve of the Biosphere of the Whale Shark.

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Schedule, Speakers Announced for Second Annual Whale Shark Festival in Isla Mujeres, Mexico (June 19, 2009)

Swimming with Whale Sharks and Other Ecotourism Adventures

Francisco Remolina, Director of the Yum Balam Preserve,
Headlines Academic Seminars

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The Mexican Caribbean Chosen As Host For World Environment Day
(May 25th 2009)

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Peter Greenberg visits the Riviera Maya
(May 20th 2009)

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Influenza A/H1N1 Update - For travelers in Mexico
(May 12th 2009)

English | Spanish

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Swimming with Whale Sharks:
Season Extended Two Weeks, Now Opens May 15

(May 5th 2009) (more)

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Official Quintana Roo's Newsletter regarding the health emergency
(May 1st 2009)

English | Spanish

 

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Whale Shark Festival Schedule Announced;
Environmental Leader Project Domino to Participate
(Mar 2009) (more)

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Travel trend offers adventure, with a little history
Long Island Business News libn.com
by Ambrose Clancy (more)
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Environmental Leaders Announce Whale Shark Festival A Five-Day Celebration of Culture in Isla Mujeres, Mexico;
Preserving a Fragile Marine Ecosystem (more)

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