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Ningaloo Coast is a world heritage area declared by UNESCO that was established in 2011. It is also regarded as one of the last of the great ocean paradises. It consists of rare flora and fauna and is made up of terrestrial and marine properties. You will also come across 300 to 500 of Whale sharks which will aggregate Ningaloo on an annual basis.
Swim with the Whale sharks
Exmouth is a little town located in Western Australia. It takes about two and a half hours from Perth. You don’t need to get into a cage, watch them through a glass bottom glass or strap yourself to a scuba diving tank. You can actually swim aside with just flippers and snorkels.
They are the biggest fish in the world. Not much is known about these giants. They live in tropical warm waters and feed on krill, plankton, and anchovies. Whale sharks are also known to be gentle with the divers.
The Ningaloo Reef
The Ningaloo Reef is Australia’s largest fringing reef and the longest near-shore reef in the world. Exmouth is the northern gateway to the reef and is the ideal location to explore the underwater world of Ningaloo National Park and the Cape Range National Park.
Not only will you get to swim alongside whale sharks but also dive or snorkel with over 500 different types of tropical fish, and 6 types of sea turtles that live in the ancient coral gardens. You can relax in the beaches and experience the thrill of swimming with the Whale Shark, the largest fish in the world.
Coral Bay is a marine paradise, It is a seaside location and an ideal location for a family in Western Australia. It is also the home of the largest Manta Ray population in Western Australia. The best time to encounter the sharks is from March to July.
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