Baly stayed in the marina today and we were picked up by the bus and taken to Tantabiddi to do tbe whale shark tour. There are special days that you remember for the rest of your life and today’s experience was one of those. We swam with two different sharks, one 8 metres and the other 4 metres, we were less than 3m away from these majestic beasts, the largest fish in the ocean.Did a total of six dives today so will sleep well tonight. We also saw a number of humpback whales breaching.
Thanks to the Ningaloo Blue team, Brad the skipper, Woody the decky, the two excellent dive guides Rowie and Amy and videographer Esther, all very professional and good fun.
Fantastic stuff 🙂
We visited Ningaloo about 5 years ago – as an extended family of 5 adults and 6 kids – didn’t get to go on the whale watching cruise ( it was Dec/Jan) – but we were fascinated by the incredibly beautiful coral displays we saw while just snorkelling – and we went on the inner sanctuary glass bottom boat tour, saw an amazingly huge brain coral!
Sound like yer having loads of fun!