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4 Top Frequently Asked Baja Whale Shark Tour Questions & Answers

Here are the top Baja Whale Shark Tour Snorkeling Questions and Answers to Help You Decide if  Experiencing Baja Whale Sharks is the Right “Bucket List Trip for You. Let’s face it. Whale sharks look like sharks and are really BIG. This can bring up questions and concern. Maybe you? So why would someone want to take a special trip to see them and maybe even swim alongside them like this photo? What we most commonly hear is, “because it is AWESOME!!!” Many dream of having this awesome bucket list experience but have many questions. That’s why Kevin & ‘Tourism Tim” Warren who have over 60 years combined Baja, Mexico adventure & travel experience are answering many of your top questions below. #1: Do whale sharks attack humans or are they dangerous to snorkel with? The answer is NO. Whale sharks are not sharks at all but the world’s largest fish, and one of the slowest moving fish too. When we see them from the boat or in the water, they are busy feeding on abundant plankton and have little interest in humans. People all over the world for many many years have swam alongside these gentle giants and have never had any problems.   #2: Do I have to be a good swimmer to snorkel with whale sharks? Not at all. In fact we have had many guest who can’t swim at all enjoy this experience from in the boat and in the water. They wear life preservers and have our guides in the water with them holding their hands. These gentle whale sharks often swim right up...