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Ningaloo Sail + Dive Safari

May ’13
3:00 pm

The Ningaloo Reef is one of Western Australia’s top holiday destinations and a premier attraction of Australia’s Coral Coast. It is famous for the pristine fringing reef and provides the opportunity to swim with whale sharks and manta rays, and snorkel amazing coral reefs.Shore Thing Ningaloo Sail and Dive Safari

Sail Ningaloo’s luxury liveaboard sailing and diving tour brings you access to the Ningaloo Reef like no other Coral Bay and Exmouth tour can. You can expect superior customer service and the best accommodation Coral Bay has to offer. Ningaloo Sail make it their goal to show you the best that Ningaloo has to offer – and who can argue with that???

Swimming with reef sharks.
Watching humpback whales breach by the boat.
Diving with manta rays and beautiful Ningaloo reef.
Accommodation aboard the luxury sailing catamaran is orientated toward small numbers, maximising privacy – maximum of 8 other divers!
All meals are provided whilst on tour and served in the comfort of our luxurious saloon or on our spacious deck overlooking the beautiful Ningaloo Reef.

Activities available while on-board “Shore Thing” include:
snorkelling in the protected reef lagoons,
scuba diving,
observing marine life in their natural environment,
photographing the beautiful natural surrounds,
star gazing,
beach combing,
or just plain relaxing surrounded by the pristine beauty of the Ningaloo Reef.

Perth Scuba will be leading this tour to the Ningaloo Reef and can’t wait to share 4 nights & 3 days, departing 10th May and returning 13th May, exploring this magnificent part of Western Australia above & below the water.

Your trip is only $1595 including all meals whilst on board for your 4 nights. All you need to do is get to Exmouth, Skywest & Qantas fly there return for as little as $350 – cheaper than driving!

Contact us to secure your spot on this exclusive trip to Ningaloo, Western Australia.

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