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Western Australia Swim with dolphins

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Bunbury: Swim with Dolphins Tour

1. Bunbury: Swim with Dolphins Tour

On this tour, you are given the opportunity to swim with the wild Bottlenose Dolphins in their own environment. Accompanied by an experienced guide and trained volunteers you will venture into the open waters of Koombana Bay. Depending on dolphin sightings you will be guided into the water where the dolphins may elect to initiate interaction with the swimmers. As they are wild dolphins, interaction cannot be guaranteed.

Perth: Swim with Wild Dolphins Tour

2. Perth: Swim with Wild Dolphins Tour

Enjoy swimming with wild dolphins, a bucket list memorable adventure. Rockingham is a 45-minute drive south of Perth. In Rockingham, climb aboard the custom-built luxury dolphin swim boat designed to make accessing the water easy. Cruise Rockingham’s sheltered bays and islands in search of any of over 200 local dolphins. The crew will conduct introductory snorkeling lessons. Suddenly, you are surrounded by flashing grey torpedoes and the water is filled with whistles, splashes, and laughter, both human and dolphin. They don’t do tricks and you don’t feed them, they simply spend some time enjoying each other’s company. After your experience, enjoy a gourmet platter, including fresh local seafood onboard before returning to Rockingham, where your day finishes with the drive back to Perth. Choose to swim with the dolphins or stay dry onboard as a spectator.

Western Australia: Swim with Humpback Whales

3. Western Australia: Swim with Humpback Whales

Your full-day tour begins with a beautiful snorkeling experience on a reef. You might encounter turtles, reef sharks, stingrays and various species of fish. Then make your way out to the open ocean to observe the whales on their migratory route. If your trained guide deems it is safe to do so, guests will be separated into groups of 7, ready to enter the water. With the groups taking turns, guests will enter the water with 2 crew members at a time, positioned near the whale’s path at a safe distance. Each interaction will be on the whales’ terms. Humpback whales can be curious and may approach swimmers, or they may simply pass by. When you have finished swimming with the humpback whales, make your way back to the reef. Enjoy lunch on board and take a final snorkel on the reef. On your way back to the jetty you’ll be provided with a glass of champagne and a fruit platter to finish the day off in style.

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4.6 / 5

based on 223 reviews

I can only recommend this tour! The guides were very friendly and offered us a great tour. After about 30 minutes drive we had already arrived at a spot with dolphins. Great care has been taken to ensure that everyone has the chance to see as many dolphins as possible. We even saw a baby dolphin! A great highlight! The food that was served after swimming was also very good and varied! I can only recommend this tour and would book it again and again!

Wonderful to have so many wild dolphins swim and play so close to you. Unforgettable experience. The crew were amazing , a well oiled machine, so passionate they seemed more excited than half the customers. Very kind people who worked to make sure we all got the most from the experience.

Excellent day swimming with dolphins in their natural surroundings and in deep respect for the animals

Instructor's were incredible and we saw plenty dolphins. It's a must-do experience!

Mega well organized tour with lots of dolphins and great staff