Whale Shark Tours & more

Explore Ningaloo Discovery’s Amazing Tour Options

Ningaloo Discovery offers a range of tours departing from Exmouth, Western Australia. “Gateway to the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park”.

Our tours are all inclusive of transfers, equipment, meals/refreshments, complimentary photography package and our own spotter plane to locate marine life.

Click on any of the links below for more information and to make a booking or contact us via either info@ningaloodiscovery.com.au or call 0428604794

What would you like to do?

From March until August Whale Shark Swim Tours depart daily on board our TWO magnificent vessels. You can book your Ningaloo Whale Shark Swim on our 60ft luxury sailing catamaran Windcheetah, or book your Ningaloo Whale Shark Swim on our 56ft luxury powerboat Investigator.

From August to October Humpback Whale Swim tours are available on board our 60ft luxury sailing catamaran Windcheetah.

It is common to see whale sharks right through to November! From August to October Windcheetah offers the chance to swim with a whale shark outside of the season if they are sighted by our spotter plane on our Ningaloo Reef Whale Shark and Eco Tours.

NINGALOO WHALE SHARK SWIM ON A POWERBOAT

Snorkel with a whale shark from our luxurious and spacious powerboat, Investigator. Complete with an open top deck viewing platform, an excellent vantage point for wildlife spotting.

NINGALOO WHALE SHARK SWIM ON A SAILING CATAMARAN

Snorkel with a whale shark from our beautiful sailing catamaran, Windcheetah. Experience 360 degree views of Ningaloo Reef and its marine life in style.

HUMPBACK WHALE SWIM

Between August and November you can experience one of the most amazing opportunities possible in the water – swimming alongside one of the largest mammals in the ocean!

OVERNIGHT CATAMARAN STAY

Think it can’t possibly get any better than a day spent swimming with hundreds of tropical fish in the warm, clear waters of the Ningaloo Reef, interacting with whale sharks, humpback whales, or manta rays? How about topping it off by staying the night on the reef?!

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