Just imagine – crystal clear waters, myriad of colourful fish, turtles, sting rays.
Join Alek, Ningaloo Ecology Cruises’ passionate skipper and guide, for one of the most memorable experiences Exmouth has to offer: a Glass Bottom Boat Tour aboard their two glass bottom boats: ‘Reefviewer’ and Ningaloo Coral Exporer II on the magnificent World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef – and you won’t have to imagine.
See it for yourself through their large glass panels which provide an unobstructed view of the spectacular marine life only inches below your toes.
Exmouth’s Ningaloo Ecology Cruises Glass Bottom Boat tours is a multi award-winning family owned and operated business operating daily reef viewing, coral viewing and snorkelling adventure trips in the Heart of the Ningaloo Reef – the Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone and way beyond!
On selected tours they offer free courtesy bus transfers to Ningaloo Reef enriching experience with stops at the Mildura Shipwreck and the historical Vlamingh Lighthouse lookout.
The glass bottom boat tours provide an excellent and affordable low-cost marine interaction alternative to whaleshark tours.
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Coral Viewing Fantasy.
This Glass Bottom Boat eco-tour discovers the fire coral gardens, green sea turtle habitats, plenty of bommies, and a kaleidoscope of colourful fish. Easy going tour with full commentary from a passionate reef-fanatic for those who do not want to get wet.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $70 to $80
This Glass Bottom Boat eco-tour on the World-Heritage Ningaloo Reef discovers the fire coral gardens, green sea turtle habitats, plenty of bommies, and a kaleidoscope of colourful fish – plus encompasses a snorkelling stop at one of their 100+ snorkelling locations. In addition to the above, they cruise to deeper waters to investigate 1,000+ year old corals and larger fish habitat.
Customers on the bus will also have an opportunity to explore the Turtle Discovery Centre, see the Mildura Wreck, and take on the breathtaking “birds-eye” views of the Ningaloo Reef from the historical Lighthouse Lookout.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet