Swim with a Whale Shark, Western Australia
If you are looking to swim with a whale shark, the biggest fish in the ocean, then you have come to the right place. Come aboard with Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours Exmouth, Western Australia and prepare to be mesmerised by these gentle giants as they make their way along the west coast during migration. Snorkel or dive with a whale shark and be amazed by their size and enlightened by their gentle nature.
At Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours we believe your experience swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area should be relaxing, memorable and above all, enjoyable. We take that extra step in making sure your day is exactly that, and guarantee our tours to be second to none, always. Kings caters for swimmers of all abilities, from your kids to your grandparents, our friendly and experienced crew are always on hand to assist and enhance your whale shark snorkelling adventure.
From April to August, we invite you join us on the Ningaloo Reef for the once in a life experience of swimming with whale sharks, one of the most awe-inspiring creatures in the vast Indian Ocean off the WA coast. Later in May through until August, you’ll also get the chance to snorkel with the majestic manta rays and view humpback whales at play on their annual northern migration.
Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours boasts a 20-metre vessel, The Magellan, which is considered to be one of the biggest and best charter boats operating on the Ningaloo Reef via Exmouth. The Magellan is comfortable with a spacious shaded deck, low marlin board with stairs for entering and exiting the water, and environmentally friendly facilities.
Not to mention that the skipper and owner has the best knowledge and years of experience to get you to the right spot for your chance to swim with a whale shark. Come aboard our whale shark snorkel tour for an experience never to be forgotten.
Call now to make your booking and let your adventure begin!
Telephone: 08 9949 1764 or Mobile: 0457 932217
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