Global tourism has risen significantly since the end of the second world war. According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) there was a record breaking 1.4 billion international tourist arrivals in 2018.

Many of these people travel to explore the natural wonders and wildlife that inhabit our wonderful planet. White Shark Projects encourage our shark cage diving clients to think about ways to reduce your environmental footprint while traveling to preserve the World’s unique and diverse habitats. Here are a few simple examples:

Infographic by Georgina Christensen

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Published 30th March 2020

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