SWIMMING WITH WHALE SHARKS IN EXMOUTH
If you’re after an experience to cherish for the rest of your life, swimming with whale sharks in Exmouth’s pristine waters is sure to impress. These amazing creatures are the largest fish in the world, averaging 5.5-10 metres in length and capable of diving to depths of nearly two kilometres! They aren’t actually whales since they’re not mammals, and are technically classified as sharks, but rest assured that whale sharks are harmless to humans and don’t have predatory habits like other sharks. Encounters with these gentle giants are serene and surreal, and seeing them gliding and diving through the water makes for unique memories, so don’t miss out on swimming with the whale sharks!
EXMOUTH’S BEST WHALE SHARK TOURS
Coral Bay Ecotours is proud to provide visitors with the best whale shark tours through a variety of packages that give them the chance to encounter and swim with whale sharks. Exmouth sees hundreds of whale sharks arriving between March and July due to the Ningaloo Reef’s annual coral spawning around March and April – this stunning event fills the pristine coastal waters with colourful swirling clouds and attracts the whale sharks’ favourite foods, krill and plankton, which the whale sharks then eat.
Our whale shark vessel Thunder is built for speed, comfort and safety while cruising on the open ocean, and even those staying aboard the boat have the chance to catch sight of other aquatic wildlife like turtles and manta rays.
Coral Bay Ecotours offers swimming with whale sharks for confident swimmers, and we’ll include your wetsuit and snorkel gear. Optional extras such as photo/video footage of your experience can be added for an extra cost.
INTERESTED IN DIVING INTO OUR WHALE SHARK TOURS AND PACKAGES?
Come along for a memorable swimming experience on the best whale shark tours in Exmouth. The team at Coral Bay Ecotours is ready to answer any questions you might have about our whale shark tours in Exmouth, or any of any of our other wildlife encounter packages like swimming with humpback whales. Feel free to contact us online, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (08) 9942 5885.