The Ningaloo Marine Interactions team invite you to join them aboard ‘Utopia’. Their shallow, reef-friendly vessel has a spacious fully-shaded deck, an air-conditioned cabin and comfy seating on the fly bridge for optimum wildlife viewing. Their tours are educational and draw upon a wealth of knowledge gathered from their very own marine biologist and over 20 years combined crew experience in the Ningaloo area. They offer you the chance to participate in research and give you the opportunity to name any newly discovered Manta Rays! It is their mission to pass on their knowledge and encourage all their guests to join them in protecting our oceans, its’ reef systems and its’ inhabitants. They offer a range of tours Half Day Manta Ray interaction, Full Day Marine interaction, two hour whale watching cruise or join them exclusively!
Ningaloo Marine Interactions are committed to working towards providing a fantastic experience for all of their customers while maintaining the importance of sustainability in the Marine Park for future generations. They support research and provide information to the Department of Parks and Wildlife on activities and marine sightings. They support their local community to build strong cultural awareness.
Join Ningaloo Marine Interactions’ dedicated team for a half day eco-interaction tour to search for and where possible snorkel with, the majestic Manta Ray. They use a spotter aircraft to assist them in finding the best Manta Rays to interact with.
These magnificent creatures have a wing span of around four meters and are completely harmless. An underwater dance with a Manta Ray is one of life’s greatest experiences!
Snorkel amongst beautiful coral gardens and the chance of observing other wildlife including turtles, dolphins and dugongs.
They pride themselves on delivering you a memorable and informative day on the Ningaloo Reef, gaining a greater respect of all things Manta Ray with minimal impact on this fragile, pristine environment. Also offering you the chance to participate in research and give you the opportunity to name any newly discovered Manta Rays!