There are thousands of worldwide locations where special animals can be seen in the ocean. The ocean is, after all, the most undiscovered place on earth. In fact, some people believe that we know more about the outer space than we know about our own ocean. Even though this might be true to some extent, we have discovered a number of magnificent species that inhabit the ocean. Having an opportunity to not only see, but also to swim with such a creature is a dream for many people. Coral Bay Eco Tours specialise in swimming with Whale Sharks in Ningaloo Reef can make this a reality for anyone that has a couple of extra dollars to spend and some extra time they can take off from work.
What makes Ningaloo Reef so special is the fact that they always go the extra mile in order to ensure everyone taking a tour is happy with the outcome and the experience they have. The company also puts a lot of effort into setting up the perfect experience for every group that comes on a tour. Thus, a Ningaloo Reef Whale Shark tour is considered to be the perfect opportunity to experience the ocean like never before.
While the majority of companies that offer tourists an opportunity to swim with whale sharks use fishing boats, Ningaloo Reef uses their own special spotter planes that are used to spot a whale shark as soon as it is visible. This gives their visitors the an advantage – with such an opportunity, their visitors are usually the first to swim with these whale sharks as they spot them faster through the air. Apart from this amazing feature that everyone a Ningaloo Reef Whale Shark tour gets to experience, the company also ensures a trained professional goes with every group to make sure every visitor is safe at all times. The professional leading the team will also be able to offer advice on what to do and what not to do before the tour starts.
In addition to these features, a photographer accompanies every single Ningaloo Reef Whale Shark tour. The travel photographer takes photos above and below the water at all times. They are also trained at how to take photos of ocean life. These photos can then be purchased. Alternatively, visitors are offered an opportunity to hire a special camera that can be taken underwater if they prefer to capture their own moments in action.