Full Day Tour
All Equipment Supplied
Lunch & Drinks Included
Witness the wonders of the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park.
Join us on our outer and inner reef exploration of the Ningaloo Reef. Our spotter plane will be airborne searching for wildlife above and below the Ningaloo for up to 3 hours.
Experience 2 or more snorkels at the best spots on the reef to show you the diversity of over 200 coral colonies and 500 species of fish life.
Chance encounters may include (nature writes the narrative!):
- Humpback Whales
- Whale Sharks
- Manta Rays
- Reef Sharks
- Turtles and much much more!
No repeat voucher if no whale shark is spotted.
How To Book
1. Click on the date and select your preferred day (available days are green).
2. Click on the “Available” button or the “Book Now” button to secure your spot!
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Date’s don’t suit? Not to worry!
There’s always an adventure to be had no matter what time of year you’re visiting Coral Bay – like an in-water interaction with a Humpback Whale!
The tour includes a delicious buffet style lunch aboard with refreshments, snacks, plenty of fresh drinking water, coffee and tea throughout the day. All equipment is provided including a wetsuit, mask, snorkel and fins. Our local & passionate crew are on hand to provide you with assistance and information on all that we will encounter throughout the day!
You must be a confident, advanced swimmer to engage in the humpback whale interaction part of this activity. This unique interaction during the tour has a maximum of 5 passengers in the water at any time. The opportunistic encounter is dependent on numerous factors, we cannot guarantee an in water interaction with a humpback whale due to behaviour of the whale, weather conditions etc. We will however endeavour to show you the best day on the reef with finding as much marine life as we can!
No sighting policy
Why We Love Ningaloo Reef <3
Ningaloo is Australia’s Largest Fringing Coral Reef!
The reef is 260 kilometres and is within a 705,015-hectare heritage–listed area.
It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site!
There’s 705,015-hectares of protected heritage–listed beauty to explore!
Turtles, Whale Sharks, Dolphins & More!
You can see over 300 species of corals, more than 500 species of fish, marine invertebrates, and over 600 species of mollusks.