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The legal whale shark season is October 1st, through April 30th. Federal regulators have failed to open the whale shark feeding area on time the last three years in a row. They provide NO notice of their intentions. We were led to believe things would be different this opening season. However, government regulators appear to be behind schedule once again.
If you have booked a whale shark encounter, and federal regulators fail to open the whale shark park according to the published seasonal opening, or if regulators close the whale shark zone without notice, we will provide you as follows:
1 -We provide a Sea Lions and Remote Beaches activity on the date you are scheduled, (see details below),
2 -We provide you with a FREE prepaid whale shark certificate* to use when the park is open.
Sea Lions and Remote Beaches Review
We depart the dock as normal in our large and spacious sailing catamaran, and visit two or three remote beaches, bays, and coves where we snorkel with tropical fish over corals, explore beaches, put out kayaks, and other non-motorized water toys. We visit the sea lion colony of San Rafaelito, and provide an onboard chef, meals, beverages, an open bar, private bathrooms and showers, towels, snorkel equipment, a separate snorkel boat with guide, and reef-friendly sunscreen.