There is so much to learn and appreciate about the changing oceans and enjoy the experience as well. While we talk of sustainable, responsible tourism, I think we need to consider immersive educational travel as a new focus. We can balance our joy of travel with our need to be responsible citizens in the world. I would really be re-miss without mentioning Road Scholar and EarthWatch, both leaders in Marine Studies and travel. Follow them, support them, join them.
The Great Whale Conservancy protects the world’s great whales and their habitat and returning global populations to their pre-whaling abundance, with a special focus on the blue whale. Make a financial contribution today.
WWF’s work on sea turtles focuses on five of those species: green, hawksbill, loggerhead, leatherback and olive ridley.
Home to a diversity of sea life, Florida is an ideal location to study marine science.
Sail around the Galapagos Islands on the Archipel I catamaran.
Worldaway Learning Tours is a world leading Educational Tour provider, offering fun, safe and insightful travel experiences.Dive in to one of our most exhilarating and exotic Learning Tours with the Sharks of South Africa!
Top-rated by thousands of volunteer alumni, GoEco offers award-winning marine conservation programs worldwide!
Seal Snorkeling with Animal Ocean in Cape Town is the ultimate wildlife experience.
During the day an opportunity to snorkel in the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Marine Park is offered at coral sites, abundant with tropical fish life. You will also search for Turtles, Dolphins, Dugong, Rays, Sea Birds and other marine life throughout the day.