A&K in the Know: Ningaloo Reef

February 2017

Venture to Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef and swim in pristine waters of this World Heritage-listed site alongside the gentle whale sharks. Lovers of marine ecosystems will relish the chance to explore pristine Ningaloo Marine Park which is one of the best places on Earth to see whale sharks.  Nowhere else on earth do these majestic creatures congregate in large numbers every year and so close to land. Plan you next adventure to Ningaloo Reef and access your idyllic luxury wilderness camp where guided snorkelling, kayaking and bush walks are just some of the activities available.

When is the best time to swim with whale sharks? 
The best time to see the incredible majestic whale sharks in Ningaloo Reef is during April to July.


Enjoy a range of beach and bush activities including snorkelling with whale sharks, kayaking the turquoise waters of the reef and guided bush walks


Things to see
Enjoy sunset drinks and dinner with views of the world’s greatest fringing coastal coral reef- Ningaloo Reef

Enjoy a scenic flight over the rugged Cape Range National Park’s impressive limestone plateaux 

Witness majestic whale sharks (when travelling in April- July) or spot humpback whales (when travelling in August- November).


A&K’s recommended accommodation
Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef is a remote, beach-side safari camp nestled in the dunes of Western Australia’s Cape Range National Park, on the shores of Ningaloo Reef.  Hidden amongst the sand dunes overlooking the reef- Sali Salis is located in one of Australia’s best natural secret. Stay at this exclusive safari camp whose nine ecowilderness tents are just metres from the water’s edge, offering bush luxury at its best. 


To swim with majestic whale sharks please visit Pristine Waters Pristine Waters of Ningaloo ReefNingaloo Reef