Exmouth and Ningaloo are famous for visiting whale sharks. So naturally, these incredible ocean giants deserved their very own blog.
After a record-breaking summer here in Western Australia, we couldn’t be more excited now that March has arrived. Autumn brings slightly cooler temperatures and the first sightings of whale sharks in the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef.
From March to July, locals and tourists make their way to Exmouth and Coral Bay for a once in a lifetime opportunity to see and swim with the world’s largest fish. Whale sharks are now back in Ningaloo, and the first tours of the season have officially started.
If swimming with whale sharks is on your bucket list, read on to find out everything you need to know about these majestic ocean giants. We have put together some answers to the most frequently asked questions from guests keen to experience swimming with whale sharks.