Swim with Whale Sharks and help safeguard the planet’s oceans

Swim with Whale Sharks and help safeguard the planet’s oceans

SAVE OUR OCEANS, WHERE LIFE BEGINS.

Blue Sphere Foundation works to safeguard the planet’s oceans, halting the destruction of threatened marine species and habitats. We go where there are urgent threats and critical resource gaps, and act quickly to establish the necessary groundwork for others to join in. We believe art and media are essential tools to spark curiosity and inspire action, and it is therefore an integral part of everything we do.

Blue Sphere runs three annual donor expeditions that enable ocean enthusiasts to experience our conservation work firsthand. Each expedition is a uniquely crafted, once-in-a-lifetime experience in breathtaking marine habitats, among some of the ocean’s most endangered and majestic species. Each trip is guided by award-winning conservationists and photographers, who document your journey in breathtaking detail.

July 13-17, 2019
Swimming with the Gentle Giants
Isla Mujeres, an island off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula — Intimate encounters as you snorkel with the world’s largest aggregation of whale sharks.

A Journey to Tonga - Kingdom of the whales
September 12-21, 2019
A Journey to Tonga — Kingdom of the whales
Fetoko Island, a private island refuge in the Kingdom of Tonga — Escape to the South Pacific for a unique opportunity to swim alongside majestic humpback whale mothers and their newborn calves, finding shelter in the shallow coastal waters of Tonga.

A journey to the heart of marine biodiversity
April 13-22, 2019
A journey to the heart of marine biodiversity
Raja Ampat, Indonesia — A once-in-a-lifetime expedition exploring the world’s most biodiverse ocean environment aboard the luxurious, world-renowned Silolona Yacht.

OUR OCEANS ARE IN IMMEDIATE NEED OF PROTECTION
Statistic
In 100 years, 50% of all species could be gone.

All commercial fisheries are predicted to collapse by 2048.

Oceans account for 71% of the planet, but less than 2% are protected.

We kill over 100 million sharks every year.

Click here to find out more about Blue Sphere foundation


Related Modus Vivendi Articles

656 articles