Because many of the world’s whales, dolphins, and porpoises live close to shore, the threats they face are often in locations that are important for tourism. Even those cetaceans living in remoter parts of our oceans and major rivers are increasingly coming in to contact with cruise ships, expedition vessels, and other forms of adventure tourism.
Tourism constitutes 10% of the global economy with significant impacts on society and the environment. It has the potential, financial support, and increasing
Our track record in tourism
These are some of the many tourism businesses we have worked with to ensure tourism is a force for good that protects whales, dolphins and our fragile oceans.