You, Ningaloo Reef, sunset, and all the feels.
Spend the day drifting the Ningaloo Reef, perfecting your stroke under the generous Western Australian sun. Marvelling at the sparkling crystal-clear turquoise-coloured water, only touched by your oar. This is relaxation nirvana. Time your kayak adventure as the sun sets, seeing and feeling it slowly cascade into an oceanic plane of vibrant orange.
As the world’s largest, fringing reef, you’ve got a fun day of kayaking adventure waiting, metres away from your glamping accommodation.
Our guides check the tides and weather to ensure conditions are kayak friendly.
Don’t forget to pack your flippers, so you can jump out and swim whenever you want.
With an array of colourful reef residents, you can explore a little farther along the shore with a kayak.
There’s beauty waiting to be discovered, from a different perspective.
Prefer to go with a group rather than float in the company of nature? Our guided kayak-snorkels take you further off-shore, where we drop an anchor in the sand and discover deeper lagoons.
These oceanic oasis’s offer a rare experience of the lifecycle of the reef, and all that embodies it. Witnessing soft corals, sponges, wobbegong sharks, and hundreds of marine fish.
Our guides will show you how to interact with this unique ecosystem, without interfering with nature.
Just imagine, gliding gently on the water, in your groove with the infinity sign move pushing you forward… and you see a humpback whale, just metres away from the reef. You’re not just seeing them from a distance, as visitors.
You’re in their environment, now. You’re part it.
The best time of year to go kayaking at Ningaloo Reef is during the dry season from April to October when the weather is calm and the water is clear.
While kayaking at Ningaloo Reef, you can see a variety of marine life such as turtles, dolphins, rays, and a variety of fish species.
For a kayaking trip at Ningaloo Reef, it’s recommended to bring sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, water, and appropriate footwear.
A typical kayaking trip at Ningaloo Reef can last from a few hours to a full day, depending on the tour or your personal preference.
The water temperature at Ningaloo Reef ranges from 22 to 28 degrees Celsius, so it’s recommended to wear a wetsuit or rash guard for sun protection and warmth.
Kayaking at Ningaloo Reef is generally safe, but it’s important to be aware of potential hazards such as strong currents, weather changes, and marine life encounters.