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Ningaloo Reef Whale Shark Snorkeling Adventure from Exmouth

Ningaloo Reef Whale Shark Snorkeling Adventure from Exmouth - Exmouth, Australia
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Exmouth, Australia

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$236.80

Swim with Whale sharks on Ningaloo Reef and be mesmerized by these gentle giants as they make their way along Australia’s west coast during their annual migration from March/ April to August. You’ll cruise comfortably aboard one of the biggest boats operating from Exmouth on Ningaloo Reef and the friendly and experienced skipper and crew are always on hand to assist and enhance your whale shark swim ... More info ›

Swim with Whale sharks on Ningaloo Reef and be mesmerized by these gentle giants as they make their way along Australia’s west coast during their annual migration from March/ April to August. You’ll cruise comfortably aboard one of the biggest boats operating from Exmouth on Ningaloo Reef and the friendly and experienced skipper and crew are always on hand to assist and enhance your whale shark swim. If you don’t want to swim with whale sharks, choose the observer option – you will still be able to swim amongst the beautiful coral and marine life of Ningaloo Reef.

Your whale shark adventure begins at approximately 7.30am with pickup from your accommodation in Exmouth by air-conditioned bus. Travel by road for approximately 30-minutes to to Tantabiddi Boat Ramp where your boat and crew await.

By 9am you'll be snorkeling on the beautiful Ningaloo Reef. A spotter plane begins looking for whale sharks and once spotted, your whale shark experience begins with the opportunity of swimming with the gentle giants of the Ningaloo Reef.

Morning tea, afternoon tea and a full buffet lunch are included, as well as refreshments throughout the day. The tour ends with a few more swims on the Ningaloo Reef, before heading back to your accommodation at approximately 4pm. Snorkel gear, wetsuit and floating noodles (as required) are all included in the price.

For those who do not want to swim with whale sharks, please select the observer option at the time of booking. You will still have the opportunity to snorkel amongst the other amazing marine life on Ningaloo Reef.

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Whale Shark and Humpback Whale Interaction Day Trip from Exmouth

Whale Shark and Humpback Whale Interaction Day Trip from Exmouth - Exmouth, Australia

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Exmouth, Australia

From USD
$236.80

This tour is perfect for people wanting to snorkel with Whale Sharks, Humpback Whales, Manta Rays, view corals, tropical fish, and watch dolphins frolic on Ningaloo Reef. Alternatively, you can stay on board the comfort of the Magellan and view these majestic creatures from afar ... More info ›

This tour is perfect for people wanting to snorkel with Whale Sharks, Humpback Whales, Manta Rays, view corals, tropical fish, and watch dolphins frolic on Ningaloo Reef. Alternatively, you can stay on board the comfort of the Magellan and view these majestic creatures from afar. A spotter plane is used to locate Whale Sharks and Humpback Whales each day, along with other marine life.

Your tour includes pickup from Exmouth accommodation at approx 7.00am, returning at approx 4.00pm. All snorkeling gear and wet suits are included, as well as morning and afternoon snacks, with a buffet lunch.

For those people not wanting to snorkel at all, you are able to join the tour and view humpbacks and eat and drink all day long. If you decide on the the day that you would like to swim with a Whale Shark, then you can upgrade with the crew (additional AU$100 cash per adult, AU$60 cash per child).

Everyday, there is a world class professional videographer on board who will capture your experience.

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5-Day Ningaloo Reef Kayaking, Snorkeling and Camping Tour from Exmouth

5-Day Ningaloo Reef Kayaking, Snorkeling and Camping Tour from Exmouth - Exmouth, Australia

Duration: 5 days
Location: Exmouth, Australia

From USD
$1476.99

Escape into nature, unwind and relax over 5 days as you kayak along the Ningaloo coastline. Each night you will stay in a comfortable base camp in the Cape Range National Park after enjoying fantastic day trips kayaking along the amazing Ningaloo Reef, Australia's largest fringing coral reef ... More info ›

Escape into nature, unwind and relax over 5 days as you kayak along the Ningaloo coastline. Each night you will stay in a comfortable base camp in the Cape Range National Park after enjoying fantastic day trips kayaking along the amazing Ningaloo Reef, Australia's largest fringing coral reef . Paddle a new section of the reef each day, never covering the same ground twice. Get up close and personal with amazing wildlife including turtles, rays, colourful reef fish, baby reef sharks, and sometimes dolphins and dugong. Snorkel different sites daily, each with new wonders and beauty to explore. Take the opportunity to explore ancient gorges with some short guided bush walks, spotting rare black footed rock wallabies, kangaroos, bird life and beautiful wildflowers. In the evenings grab a drink and some nibbles and enjoy the sunset over the Indian Ocean.

Your adventure starts with pickup from your Exmouth accommodation at approximately 8am. Take the scenic drive into Cape Range National Park to the base camp where you will stay for the next 4 nights.

The base camp kitchen trailer is equipped with gas cookers, a refrigerator, eskis, awnings, chairs and tables, and all the the gear required for comfortable camping. You'll camp out in swags or tents beneath the stars. Over the 5 days you'll paddle in the shelter, turquoise lagoons of Ningaloo Reef, never covering the same ground twice. At the end of each day you'll return via vehicle to the base camp for your overnight stay.

A typical day starts with breakfast at around 7am. Depending on what everyone feels like, there is a choice of porridge, fruit and cereal, muesli, toast, plus freshly brewed coffee and tea. The aim is to get the day's gear ready so you can start kayaking by 8.30am.

Once on the water, you might build on your kayak skills as you cruise the shallow waters inside the reef. Sights you may see during the day include jumping schools of trevally, flying fish, small reef sharks, dolphins, ospreys, rays, dugongs and lots of turtles.

In season humpback whales can be seen breaching outside the reef, and a very special sight is to see the striking black and white shape of a huge manta ray as it majestically sweeps by. An hour or so into the morning paddle, an attractive, beckoning beach will be chosen for morning tea and a chance to stretch the legs and go snorkeling. Then it’s back onto your kayak for a few more watery kilometers before a longer stop for lunch.

The distance paddled each day is between 6 and 14 kilometres. The kayaking generally takes between 2 and 4 hours with lots of snorkeling and relaxing during the day. Most days you will aim to finish between 2pm and 4pm, to give time to relax and refresh back at camp before the sun sets.

After driving back to base camp, a snack, cold drink or a cup of tea, is a welcome reward for weary paddlers. Finding a nice position on a sand hill to watch the sun go down with a glass of chilled wine or beer in hand is a very relaxing way to end the day.

You and your fellow paddlers will take turns to help prepare the healthy and delicious evening meal, which can be a very social affair. Vegetarians and specific dietary needs are catered for. Any fish people can catch are a welcome addition to the meals. Evenings are spent enjoying the company, conversation, the stars and the sound of gently lapping water.

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3-Day Ningaloo Reef Kayaking, Snorkeling and Camping Tour from Exmouth

3-Day Ningaloo Reef Kayaking, Snorkeling and Camping Tour from Exmouth - Exmouth, Australia

Duration: 3 days
Location: Exmouth, Australia

From USD
$838.83

Spend three days kayaking along the stunning Ningaloo coast, enjoying the sheltered, turquoise lagoons. Camp each night on a different beach, as we carry all we need in our kayaks. Each day you'll explore a new section of reef, never returning to the same place ... More info ›

Spend three days kayaking along the stunning Ningaloo coast, enjoying the sheltered, turquoise lagoons. Camp each night on a different beach, as we carry all we need in our kayaks. Each day you'll explore a new section of reef, never returning to the same place. Snorkeling is a regular occurrence as you'll discover numerous off-shore and on-shore snorkel locations throughout the journey. Get up close and personal with a myriad of marine life including turtles, rays and colorful reef fish.

Day 1: (L,D)
Your adventure begins with pick up from your Exmouth accommodation between 7:45am and 8am. From there, travel by road into Cape Range National Park. This is a wonderfully scenic drive that usually takes about 45 minutes, depending on the kayak launching spot for the day.

Arrive at the launching spot it's time to unload kayaks and get fitted-out with sun shirts, hats, life jackets and snorkeling gear. Load the kayaks with all the gear needed for the next 3 days, including our comfortable camping gear (even inflatable pillows), your personal gear in dry bags, and all our delicious food and water, before the all-important safety talk and paddling instruction.

You'll then spend the morning kayaking to a snorkel spot for morning tea and a guided snorkel. Along the way your guide will point out some of Ningaloo's spectacular features and wildlife.

After morning tea, it's time for some more kayaking and reef exploration before stopping for lunch. Lunch is a make-your-own affair from a wide selection of fresh rolls salads, meats, fruits and other goodies.  Hot and cold drinks and shade from the sun is also provided. 

In the late afternoon, your guide will select a nice beach to camp on, relax, and kick back for the night. Before dinner, and in between stories of the day, sleeping arrangements will be organized. Dinner will be prepared and cooked using only the finest fresh ingredients. You'll then sit down to a healthy meal and good conversation under the stars before turning in for a peaceful night's sleep.

Day 2: (B,L,D)
After breakfast, pack up camp and head off for more sea kayaking and snorkeling around the beautiful lagoons of Ningaloo Reef. Day two follows the same general outline as the first- all governed by the wonders you find along the way.

Day 3: (B,L)
After another amazing day on the reef we finish kayaking, clean up and drive back to Exmouth, usually returning around 4pm.

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Ningaloo Reef Kayaking and Snorkeling Tour

Ningaloo Reef Kayaking and Snorkeling Tour - Exmouth, Australia

Duration: 1 day
Location: Exmouth, Australia

From USD
$159.74

Kayaking and snorkeling is a great way to experience the magic of Ningaloo Marine Park. From Exmouth, take the wonderfully scenic drive into Cape Range National Park to our launch site for the day, which requires about 45 minutes ... More info ›

Kayaking and snorkeling is a great way to experience the magic of Ningaloo Marine Park. From Exmouth, take the wonderfully scenic drive into Cape Range National Park to our launch site for the day, which requires about 45 minutes. After unloading the kayaks, and getting fitted out with the gear, you'll receive a basic kayak instruction and saftey talk. It is then time to paddle off into the blue. The lagoons of Ningaloo are filled with marine life that surprises and thrills and the snorkelling can be world class. Turtles, rays, reef sharks, schools of fish and seabirds sightings are common; occasionally dugong and dolphins are also spotted.

Ningaloo Reef has gained an impressive reputation as one of Earth’s last ocean paradises. The reef is approximately 199 miles (320 kilometers) long and is Australia's largest fringing coral reef and the only large reef positioned very close to the mainland. It can range from 492 feet (150 meters) to 9 miles (15 kilometers) offshore and encompasses a massive 1,930 square miles (5,000 square kilometers) of ocean with 500 species of tropical fish and 220 species of coral in all. Ningaloo Reef is famous for swimming with whale sharks, its superb for snorkelling and diving.

During winter months, the reef is part of the migratory routes for manta rays and humpback whales and it is home to dolphins and dugongs. The beaches of the reef are an important breeding ground of the loggerhead, green and hawksbill turtles. You'll be amazed to see a huge variety of wildlife, both marine and terrestrial. The sheltered lagoons have the clearest turquoise water imaginable. Within the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park there are numerous sanctuary zones, totaling 34% of the total area, all with outstanding natural features and attractions.

Double sit-inside sea kayaks with rudders, paddles, life jackets, long sleeve sun shirts, sun hats, dry bags for valuables, morning tea, lunch, snorkeling gear, snacks and transport is provided. You will need to bring drinking water, sunscreen, bathers/boardies, camera, towel, thongs/sandals.

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Afternoon Ningaloo Reef Kayaking and Snorkeling Tour

 Afternoon Ningaloo Reef Kayaking and Snorkeling Tour - Exmouth, Australia

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Exmouth, Australia

From USD
$79.47

This afternoon tour is perfect for those wanting a taste of kayaking, and a great way to explore a portion of the Ningaloo Reef. After pickup from your Exmouth accommodation you'll travel by road for approximately 15 minutes to either Bundegi, Wobiri or Tantabiddi Beach (our experienced guides will choose the best location on the day for the prevailing weather conditions) ... More info ›

This afternoon tour is perfect for those wanting a taste of kayaking, and a great way to explore a portion of the Ningaloo Reef. After pickup from your Exmouth accommodation you'll travel by road for approximately 15 minutes to either Bundegi, Wobiri or Tantabiddi Beach (our experienced guides will choose the best location on the day for the prevailing weather conditions). After unloading the kayaks, and getting fitted out with kayaking and snorkelling gear, you'll receive a brief paddle lesson and safety talk. It is then time to head off kayaking along the coast. Spot turtles popping up for a breath of air or darting under your kayak. Sometimes we see dolphins, rays, or even baby reef sharks! During the afternoon, we'll select a spot to drop anchor or moor the kayaks to slip over the side to snorkel on the reef and check out the wonders below. Then it's time for afternoon tea on the beach before heading back to where we started.

Ningaloo Reef has gained an impressive reputation as one of Earth’s last ocean paradises. The reef is 320 km long and is Australia's largest fringing coral reef and the only large reef positioned very close to the mainland. It can range from 150 metres to 15 kilometres offshore and encompasses a massive 5,000 square kilometres of ocean with 500 species of tropical fish and 220 species of coral in all. Ningaloo Reef is famous for swimming with whale sharks, its superb for snorkelling and diving.

During winter months, the reef is part of the migratory routes for manta rays and humpback whales and it's home to dolphins and dugongs. The beaches of the reef are an important breeding ground of the loggerhead, green and hawksbill turtles. You'll also be amazed by the huge variety of wildlife, both marine and terrestrial The sheltered lagoons have the clearest turquoise water imaginable. Within the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park there are numerous sanctuary zones, totalling 34% of the total area, all with outstanding natural features and attractions.

The snorkelling on offer is phenomenal. Inside the reef it is rarely more than four meters deep, perfect for even novice snorkelers. You guide will help you discovere some excellent “Un-named” snorkel spots that are accessible only by kayak.

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