May Manta Month in Mexico!
Seeking giants in the Deep South onboard the Manta Cruise
First steps in New Caledonia
Early at the beginning of 2015, in association with local dive centre, Kuendu Dive Safari, a new Manta Trust project started in Touho, New Caledonia. Touho is a small village, on the North-East coast, 4 to 5 hours drive from Nouméa (the main city), with around 3,100 inhabitants (11,2 inhabitants/ km²).
Exploring the Deep South of Maldives
Constellation Fleet Maldives teamed up with the Manta Trust and brought guests the chance to dive with, and learn from, its manta ray and marine biology experts during our most recent expedition. Not only did guests dive with the best guides, they experienced and took part in cutting- edge conservation research undertaken by the Manta Trust in order to protect the most majestic of the Maldives’ marine animals.
Countries agree on actions to protect migratory sharks and rays
Last week marked a great milestone as close to 40 governments agreed to set new conservation priorities and enhance protection for migratory shark and ray species during the second meeting of the signatories to the Memorandum of Understanding on the Conservation of Migratory Sharks (Sharks MOU), held in Costa Rica.
Yap Manta Mania 2016
Thirty years ago, Manta Ray Bay Resort (MRBR) and Yap Divers introduced the scuba diving world to Yap’s resident manta ray population. Since then, Yap’s manta ray family has been shared with scuba divers from all over the world. This exposure has often landed Yap’s manta rays on the covers of scuba diving magazines and travel destination articles.
Manta Rays Galapagos
The Galapagos Islands are well known for their amazing biodiversity and high levels of endemism. Under the water, the Galapagos is also known for large shark populations, marine turtles, manta rays and sea lions. The Galapagos is a paradise for those who love nature and the underwater world in particular.
A tale of the Maldives: its environment, its nature and its people
From its very beginning in 1995, Six Senses has been committed to sustainability, and responsibility to the environment and the surrounding communities. It is always located in places of great beauty, close to the nature, giving the opportunity to preserve, protect and rebuild the surrounding environment that ranges from magnificent coral reefs to pristine jungles.