Did you know?
The scientific or Latin name of Whale Sharks is Rhincodon typus
- 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
Its simply the best value tour on the Ningaloo!
For just $150 (or only $120 if you are accompanying a whale swimmer on-board) we offer whale-watchers one of / the best value tours in Exmouth.
It’s a full day tour showcasing the amazing Humpback Whales of the Ningaloo, and the amazing Ningaloo coral reef. It includes free snorkeling on the Ningaloo Reef for all passengers onboard, and free swimming with any manta rays we encounter too. Whale-watchers also have the opportunity to upgrade to swim with a whale or whaleshark during the tour if spaces are available for this.
What to expect on your Whale Watching Tour
Our whale-watchers are provided outstanding whale-watching and photo opportunities through their tour of both the humpback whale’s iconic surface displays (breaching, tail-slapping, eye-hopping etc.) and our whale swimmers interacting with these magical creatures. (Our Skipper is always looking for the best ways to get our whale-watchers “the shots that stun!”)
The tour also includes morning and afternoon tea and a gourmet lunch.
And you get to choose your favourite photo from all the photos taken by our Tour Photographer to take with you for free. (You can purchase the entire Tour Photo Package if you so choose too.)
You can also SCUBA dive or Try SCUBA diving on the amazing coral gardens of the World-Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef (time permitting) during your tour (upgrade cost.)