Dead fish fishing
The Papaloapan River gets polluted with pesticides and industrial chemicals that can cause high fish mortality rates.
This makes it the perfect spot for dead-fish fishing, a fun and effortless activity, as fish float at hand’s reach. Come check it out!
IT IS AN EASY WAY TO FISH AND IS VERY REWARDING. THE FISH FLOAT! YOU CAN ACTUALLY CATCH THEM WITH YOUR BARE HANDS!
Miguel Conde, actor and TV host
Bernie Paz, actor.
Crude oil snorkeling
The Coatzacoalcos River endures frequent oil spills, which make it the perfect place to practice this sport. Large black splotches on the water and truly polluted streams guarantee that you will enjoy this activity to the full.
Crude-oil scuba divers say that poor visibility and high risks are part of the charm.
CRUDE OIL SNORKELING IS THE BEST THING OUT THERE. YOU CAN'T SEE A THING! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT.
Carla Medina, TV host.
Discover acidic waves!
Ideal for adventure tourism lovers, the waters in the Atoyac River regale you with the beauty and boldness of its pollution, caused by dyes and substances dumped by textile and petrochemical industries, among others. You’ll enjoy this extreme experience among veritable chemical waves. Don’t miss out on this!
PURE ADRENALINE! I GRADUALLY OVERCAME MY FEARS AND FINALLY SURRENDERED TO THE TOXIC WAVES
Alfonso Herrera, Actor.
The Santiago River receives discharges from dozens of industries and has over 1,000 chemical substances. Enjoy its still life!
The piece de resistance: the Juanacatlán waterfall foams white while releasing a foul smell that will test your endurance.
Dare to enjoy this new form of extreme tourism!
Toxic foam landscapes... extremely toxic still life. I highly recommend it!
Adriana Louvier, actress.
Extreme rest & relaxation
The industrial pollution of the San Pedro River in Aguascalientes provides the perfect spot for relaxation, meditation and the contemplation of your surroundings.
Thanks to all manner of pollution, like the one generated by the textile industry, you can enjoy its noisome vapors while sunbathing on its still waters.
It's a powerful mental and physical exercise. You don't know whether to love it or worry about it! I highly recommend it!
Claudia Lizaldi, actress.
Countries like China, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines now have the world's highest levels of river pollution.
We invite you walk on the banks of the world’s most polluted rivers that are sure to stifle your spirit.
Have you always dreamed of seeing a multicolored river?
This is your opportunity to find colors that do not exist in nature!
It is a new kind of aesthetic and thoughtful tourism...
Over half of the surface water bodies in the Philippines have some degree of pollution, thanks to the coloring agents discharged by industries and paper companies, among others.
Discover melancholic landscapes that invite you to reflect and mediate...
The Citarum River in Indonesia receives discharges from hundreds of manufacturing processes, particularly from the textile industry.
Are you willing to raft it?
It is believed to be one of the most polluted rivers in the world.
Fall in love with its multicolored river landscape!
Ride the most polluted waters in the world!
More than 70% of all water bodies in China are contaminated.
This is the perfect place to push yourself to the limit in an adventurous river cruise.
Discover smells you'll never forget!