Wake up, with the world’s largest fringing reef.
Peek out of your glamping tent, after the best night’s sleep you’ve had in years, to be greeted by the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef. Home to over 500 species of colourful fish, 250 varieties of coral formations along with rays, turtles, dugongs, clownfish, harmless reef sharks, and sea birds.
Unlike the Great Barrier Reef, the coral is within swimming distance from your private beach, so there’s no need for boats and time-consuming transfers. Walk on the warm white beach sands, before wading into the clearest turquoise waters you’ve ever seen… and within a few long strokes… there’s the coral.
Swimming underwater is a dance with nature. There’s a vast intelligence, a world that you won’t ever completely get, but certainly feel.
Where every aspect of the ecosystem exists for a reason. The sheer diversity of life, colours, textures, and shapes. Touch it. Honour it. Here, you’re a visitor. A respectful guest, here to learn a different language.
Only 500 metres from camp, a beautiful snorkelling site, Turtle Holes, is calling you. You can’t miss the resident turtles, gliding through the coral or resting on their sandy beds.
Ningaloo Reef is a breeding ground for hawksbill, loggerhead and green turtles, that come ashore to lay and bury their eggs in the dunes at night (between September and December).
This area is bursting with stunning drift snorkelling in sheltered bays. Open their minds to huge schools of fish and the special manta rays, who let you into their world.
There’s nothing like this pristine reef, and wildlife, anywhere on our planet.
All snorkelling gear and wetsuits will be provided. Our guides are always happy to give you beginner and refresher lessons, or simply share a few tips.