Swimming with Whale Sharks at Ningaloo
There are a number of options when it comes to swimming with Whale Sharks, not only where and when to go, but how?
Whale Sharks are found migrating in the waters of the Ningaloo Reef mainly between April and August, and there are a number of operators offering swim tours on the reef. But what sets Ningaloo Discovery apart?
Our 15.5m Windcheetah Vessel is complete with plenty of space, both open and undercover deck space, as well as a swim platform at the rear. We limit our tours for 20 passengers, but Windcheetah has room for many more, so there’s plenty of space for you.
Next, our crew are super experienced and want to ensure you have an amazing time aboard not only with us, but snorkeling and swimming alongside the biggest fish in the sea. We have a great long-standing reputation in the Eco Tourism Industry, and our crew have a real passion for Whale Sharks, the reef and the entire marine ecosystem.
There really is nothing like swimming with whale sharks on the Ningaloo Reef, so sail with us for a truly unforgettable whale shark swimming experience.
There is an abundance of Wildlife on the Ningaloo Reef, not only whale sharks but manta rays, dugons, marine turtles and more. See our article about the Ningaloo Reef.