Yesterdays Whale Shark Snorkel Tour brought us our first Humpback Whale sighting for the season!
Ningaloo sees one of the largest populations of migrating Humpback Whales in the world. Over 30,000 of them are estimated to travel up along the WA coast to the breeding grounds of the Kimberley, before heading back down to the rich waters of Antartica.
From the 1st of August, we will be running the Humpback Whale Interaction Tour until the end of October. If you've always wanted to see a Humpback Whale, join us on board!
We are swimming with Humpback Whales!
The Whale Shark Tours have been operating for over a month now, starting back in mid-March.
The Whale Shark Interactions we have been experiencing here of late at Ningaloo have been mesmerising!
The clear blue Ningaloo waters are here, and the big, beautiful whale sharks have been gracing us daily with amazing interactions.
The above photo by @oceanaimee was taken at the start of the WA School Holidays.
The holiday period is currently booked out until the 28th of April, but then we have plenty of space from May for you to ticket these incredible creatures off your bucket list!
The Humpback Whale Interaction Tours kick off in Exmouth!
Monday was a crazy day for whale sharks. Althought we have the best no-sighting policy it was never going to be applied on a day like this.
We swam with a beautiful whale shark yesterday!
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Yesterday was our very first Whale Shark Tour for the year and what a day! Lovely reef snorkels inside the lagoon, warm clear Ningaloo waters, and multiple swims with big beautiful spotty fish - what more could you want!?
We are looking forward to many more day like this...
If you're in Exmouth between now until August, come check us out!