Q & A With Ceviche Tours Co-founder John Vater

Q. How do Whale Shark Ecotours play a direct role in the Quintana Roo community? A. The State of Quintana Roo extends from the border of Belize to the Gulf of Mexico along the Coast of the Yucatan. While the local communities have traditionally depended on the sea for a way of life, over the past few years tourism (sustainable ecotourism) has taken the place of working the waters. This shift to sustainable ecotourism from fishing has been seasonal and the summer months have been the slowest for the entire region – until the start of the Whale Shark Tourism boon which began about five years ago. The communities that are home to Whale Shark Tourism are Isla Mujeres, which is situated right off

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