Humpback whales take center stage at Mexico City’s aquarium through a photo exhibit entitled “Gigantes Marinos de Puerto Vallarta”.
The photo exhibit is by local tour company Vallarta Adventures and is on display through April 30 at Acuario Inbursa in the capital city.
Visitors to Puerto Vallarta have the opportunity to observe the life of these mammals in the warm waters of the Bay of Banderas who come to mate or give birth to their calves, returning to the north of the at the end of the season.
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“We are very excited to show these images, something that fortunately we Vallartans enjoy every year, a great spectacle that nature gives us, and visitors enjoy from November until March,” said the President of Tourism in Puerto Vallarta, Alvaro Garciarce.
The exhibition is part of the strategy of awareness in the care and protection of humpback whales, with the intent to promote care and respect for nature, and promote ecotourism and protection of this species wherever it plays.