As of February 15th, this year, the federal government suspended all activities in the bay until further notice, for the protection of the turtles. Here's what you need to know about how this will affect your excursion, and the alternatives we're offering.
It is Día del amor y la amistad, meaning the day of love and friendship. So on that note I thought I would share some things that I have fallen in love with here in the Riviera Maya, the home we call paradise!
If you are a keen Wildlife lover and really love to spot creatures in their natural habitat then a Local Quickies excursion is for you. Although we do not see all animals on every tour here are a few snaps from December 2016 so you can see what is out and about here.
The majority of people have boring and dull everyday jobs. There is no time to look at the nature or even to have fun, but when we get a chance to actually enjoy ourselves or participate in adventure sports our lives are benefited in ways we don't even realize.
Plastic is everywhere. Plastic keyboard. Plastic framed computer monitor. Plastic mouse. The amount of plastic we encounter daily doesn’t end there. Chances are, you can relate. Plastic is an epidemic.
Cool Expressions that you had no idea came from sailing and sailors :)
You can help us protect our oceans. Here is how!
A device that "allows you to breathe underwater" Is it real?
Rays are close relatives of shark. Like sharks, they don’t have bony skeleton. Their skeleton is made of cartilage, same material that builds our nose and ears.
What makes this place so dream-like and incomparable to any other place on earth?
One thing you may not have thought of is how the weather where you live affects your body.
Fish talk to each other with squeaks, squeals, and other low-frequency sounds that humans can hear only with special instruments.
Oceans are the lifeblood of planet Earth and humankind.
Here are a few reasons to stay in touch with our mother nature:
who wants to feel like an ice cube? when you can feel like a Piña Colada.
Do we even need a reason to be barefoot?
These photos were taken by the XL Catlin Seaview Survey, an ambitious effort aimed at documenting coral reef communities around the world, including bleaching events.
Natural selection? or not?