Did you know?
Whale Sharks can grow up to 12 metres (40 feet) long and weigh more than 20 tonnes
- Humpback Whale Swimming
- Whale Swim Watch and Wonder Tour
- What's The Difference?
- Whale Watchers Welcome!
- Whale Swim Guarantees
- Tour Itinerary
- What's Included?
- Keeping You Safe
- Humpback Whale Tour or Whale Shark Tour?
- What Our Guests Think
- When's The Best Time to Come?
- How To Swim With A Whale
- IMPORTANT : Real risk of missing out
- Essential Tour Info
- Info about Humpback Whales
- Humpback Whale Spotter Plane for Free
IMPORTANT : PLEASE READ!
Swimming with the whales off the Ningaloo Reef in 2018 is the third year of a three year Pilot being conducted by Department of Parks and Wildlife.
The Pilot seeks to establish the viability and sustainability of a whale-swimming industry off the coast of Western Australia.
There is NO guarantee currently that whale swimming tours will be allowed after the Pilot Program ends on November 30 2018... though we are hoping!
So the strong suggestion is that if this is something you really want to do, please do it this year in case whale-swimming is once again banned from 2019 on.