SWIMMING WITH MANTA RAYS IN AUSTRALIA

Manta rays are one of the largest species of ray to inhabit the ocean and are truly amazing to encounter. Their pectoral fins have evolved into wide triangular ‘wings’, which they use to propel themselves smoothly through the open ocean. The species of manta ray that visits Coral Bay can have a wingspan of up to 4 metres.

Swimming with manta rays is not dangerous as manta rays do not share the stingray’s trait of a barbed tail or ‘stinger’ and are harmless to humans.

THE BEST MANTA RAY TOURS FROM CORAL BAY ECOTOURS


We take our guests out on our eco-vessel all-year-round for manta ray tours. Coral Bay Ecotours’ boat Kurni Ku is specifically designed for shallow water cruising and wildlife interactions and is run by our fully qualified team, who also give informative talks on the wildlife seen from the boat. Its name comes from the Yamatji languages of the Baiyungu people (the traditional Australian occupants of the beautiful Exmouth, Coral Bay and Ningaloo region) and means ‘to seek’, though you won’t have to look very hard to find something amazing. On top of this, our guests are often able to see many other inquisitive marine animals such as turtles, reef sharks, and dolphins on this tour.

INTERESTED IN TAKING A SWIM WITH MANTA RAYS?


With their mesmerising movement and curious nature, manta rays delight visitors every year. Coral Bay Ecotours’ manta ray tours are available on a near-daily basis, so why not book one and give yourself the experience of a lifetime? Otherwise, the manta ray is just one of the many stunning sea creatures Australia is lucky enough to host, and if you’re interested in any of our other packages like swimming with humpback whales or glass bottom boat tours, contact us through our website, email enquiries@coralbayecotours.com.au, or call (8) 9942 5885.

Use promo code: MANTA to receive 10% discount 
Valid until: 30 November 2020

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Coral Bay, Western Australia

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