Exmouth, Western Australia, is the gateway to Australia’s iconic Ningaloo Reef – a pristine aquatic wonderland that is home to an abundance of marine life including dolphins, manta rays, turtles, Humpback whales and of course the iconic whale sharks.
Exmouth Dive & Whalesharks are original pioneers of providing diving tours and whale shark tours to Ningaloo Reef. They have the experience, knowledge and reputation that will ensure that your day will forever be remembered as a true ‘Experience of a lifetime’.
If you can swim and snorkel, you too can safely experience the excitement and wonder of swimming with the world’s largest fish. If you can’t snorkel, they can teach you how.
The Whaleshark tours operate daily from late March to July. They offer a full range of diving tours and experiences for all levels of skill and interest.
World-heritage listed Ningaloo Marine Park, the world’s largest fringing reef, and home to an abundance of marine life, is also the annual meeting place of the world’s biggest fish, whale sharks.
Ningaloo Reef is your ‘must-see’ destination for snorkel and dive tour memories you’ll treasure forever. The unforgettable experience of swimming with whale sharks truly is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
At Exmouth Dive and Whale Sharks Ningaloo, they’ve tailored a range of tours designed specifically to capture the majesty of the reef and a personalised’ meet and greet’ with the big fish and mammals who live, feed, and breed in these waters. From humpback whale swims to Exmouth snorkelling experiences, the team are as committed to the care and sustainability of Ningaloo Reef as they are to providing you with a remarkable marine encounter.
With whale sharks visiting annually between March to August, humpback whales frolicking from June to November, manta rays active between April and November, and turtle season lasting through summer and beyond, March through to the end of October is the optimal time to explore the beauty and diversity of Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth, and the Coral Coast.
The North West Cape is surrounded by the Ningaloo Reef, which is one of the world’s most extensive fringing reefs. This intricate reef system stretches over 260 km and, at some points, is only metres from the beach.
Add the bio-diversity of 250 species of corals and over 450 different species of fish to the previously mentioned attractions, and it makes Exmouth an exciting diving destination all year round
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Simply fill in the following booking form, a member of our team will get back to you within 24-48 hours to confirm your booking and take a deposit.
Please wait for our booking confirmation before purchasing your air tickets or making any other non-refundable travel arrangements.
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*Time period is a guide only, subject to change according to your specific booking.