Award-winning snorkelling experience
At 3 Islands our goal is to provide the highest levels of customer service and to give you the most opportunity we can to swim with whale sharks. After all, that is why you are here.
In the excitement of booking and getting ready for your whale watching tour you don’t want to forget your essential items! Here is a list of what to wear on a whale watching tour and the most important things you need to remember to pack before the big day.
Are you stumped on where to camp in Exmouth? There are some great options that will allow you to relax and have the best holiday possible.
Swimming with whales can be a little intimidating if you’ve never experienced it before. The sheer size of whales can make even the most confident people feel a little apprehensive, especially growing up with tales of fishermen being swallowed by whales.
Taking a road trip is one of the best ways to see Western Australia and all of its beauty. The drive from Perth to Exmouth is full of incredible stops and this ultimate guide is a great way to make sure you make the most of this trip.
If you’re looking for the perfect place to snorkel, dive, swim in pristine waters, relax and swim with whale sharks in Western Australia, why not spend your long weekend in Exmouth!
Table of Contents What is seasickness? How to prevent seasickness Be well rested before setting out Take motion sickness medication Have some ginger Wear an acupressure band Get some fresh air Look at the horizon Drink water and avoid alcohol Eat something plain Be sun smart Choose your itinerary carefully While most people who join…
Table of Contents Safety first Local knowledge and expertise Listen to stories about the area you wouldn’t find anywhere else Quality tips when it comes to the activity at hand Increased chance of success Added support Special access Convenient Tour guides are a special breed. Generous, capable, bursting with local knowledge and yes, they’ve got…
The short answer is yes – when it’s done right, absolutely. But the truth is, not all whale shark tourism has these creatures’ best interests in mind, let alone the environment. Before you book your whale shark experience – it’s important to check that the swim is both ethical and environmentally sustainable.
Looking for Cape Range National Park things to do? You’re in the right place. With pristine beaches, rugged limestone ranges, and deep canyons, a short 45-minute drive west of Exmouth brings you to one of Western Australia’s most stunning national parks.