Diving with huge friends :) Whale sharks and divers / Cancun

Swim with Whale Sharks- whale shark festivals around the world

Whale Sharks Ningaloo. They love each other :) @Nicki Young this IS us.

Baby whale shark and adult sharks holding fins-awwwww!

Swim with Whale Sharks, Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia: http://www.ytravelblog.com/australia-experiences-off-beaten-path/

Australia Experiences -15 off the beaten Path Destinations

Sal Salis is the perfect place from which to experience the World Heritage Ningaloo Reef in a way that is utterly in tune with the environment.

Ningaloo Coast, Western Australia - a UNESCO World Heritage area

Ningaloo Coast, Western Australia - a UNESCO World Heritage area. What an incredible place!

Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia is the largest fringing reef in the world and the only reef system on the western side of a continent. The coral emerges from the deep blue up to the oceans surface. Inside the reef are pristine lagoons with coral and abundant marine life, easily accessible of the beach with a few metres swimming. For those familiar with Ningaloo Reef – you can see turquoise bay at the far left of the image.

SCUBA dive Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia. It is the largest fringing reef in the world and the only reef system on the western side of a continent.

Bucket List: Swim With A Turtle On The Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia [COMPLETED 2012 - I saw a 2 meter long shark 2 seconds after the turtle, that was NOT on my bucket list!]

I can't wait to get some diving in in Australia! This place looks amazing: The Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia.

Tom Campbell's photo, taken at the Ningaloo Reef, West Australia.

Swimming with whale sharks near Cancun, Mexico — Oh my gosh how amazing would this be. Another thing added to my bucket list

Australia - Ningaloo Reef

Ningaloo Reef--Coral Bay and Exmouth in WA, Australia - Brandon and I had so much fun here! Favorite thing I have ever done with my son!

At Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef safari camp in Western Australia, tents are tucked among the dunes in Cape Range National Park.

Hidden in the white sand dunes of Western Australia’s Cape Range National Park, Sal Salis consists of five spacious wilderness tents that are located just metres from the water’s edge and the beautiful Ningaloo Reef

swimming with manta rays off Ningaloo Reef is a must do when travelling Western Australia - photo Greg Snell

You can swim with manta rays all year round at Coral Bay on Western Australia’s Coral Coast. Like whale sharks, manta rays are filter feeders and have a large toothless mouth which they use like a sieve to scoop up plankton and krill.

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