For serious whale watchers and whale photographers, this tour will best fit your adventure! Designed to maximize your great experience to swim with whales too!
Whilst you may also swim with whale sharks or manta rays that the spotter plane finds during your cruise too, this tour is all about getting you swimming with a Humpback Whale. Going on a whale swimming tour of fewer than ten hours means you are likely to get substantially fewer drops on likely pods of whales. And choosing one with only two or three hours of spotter plane means you are likely to find fewer pods of suitable whales to swim with. We also ensure that there are no more than seven swimmers in the water with a guide and photographer for an encounter group. Fewer swimmers means less perceived risk and greater group coordination, all of which increases the likelihood of you swimming with a humpback whale.
Less expensive whale tours are less expensive for a reason. Why spend all the time and money getting to Exmouth without doing everything you can to maximize the chance you actually get to swim with a humpback whale.
- Experienced Tour Guide
- National Park Fees
- Courtesy Pick-up from Accommodation
- Snorkeling Gear
- Wetsuit Hire
- Tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cakes and biscuits for morning tea
- Gourmet rolls, sandwiches and salads for lunch
- Fresh fruit platters and freshly baked biscuits for afternoon tea
- Underwater Camera Hire
The below itinerary can change due to cultural reasons, seasonal changes, operational logistics and accessibility.
|Children (0-13 yrs) |
Child Whale Swimmers
|Family (2+2) |
Family Swimmers (2A+2C)
Whale Watchers (NOT with swimmers)
Whale Watchers (with swimmers)
|Infants (0-4) |
Children UNDER 6