SWIM WITH WILD DOLPHINS IN AUSTRALIA:
3 – 6 hour Swim with Wild Dolphins Cruise on a luxury, custom built boat
Availability: The Swim with Wild Dolphins cruise operates daily September 15 to early June (Western Australia Day Public Holiday), subject to weather and minimum passenger numbers.
SWIM WITH WILD DOLPHINS AND INTERACT WITH THEM IN THEIR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT! It’s
the ultimate wildlife encounter! You don’t have to be an expert swimmer to join
in and no previous snorkelling experience is necessary. Just bring a sense of adventure
and be ready for an unforgettable, exhilarating encounter! The dolphin swim tour
departs from Rockingham, roughly 45 Km south of Perth. You'll be collected from
Perth Coach Station and taken to Rockingham.
- 3 – 6 hour Swim with Wild Dolphins Cruise on a luxury, custom built boat (onboard
toilets and hot showers)
- Coach transfers from Perth
- Full length wetsuit, mask and snorkel and snorkelling lessons
- The Centre has a better than 99% success rate and if you are amongst the unlucky
1% who doesn’t get to swim with the dolphins on your cruise, you can rebook free
of charge for another cruise.
- Expert guides riding underwater aqua scooters to ensure you get up close and personal
with the dolphins
- Light lunch and refreshments
- Self-serve tea, coffee, hot chocolate and fresh water
- Complimentary photos of the cruise uploaded to Flickr for you to share!
Your adventure begins with cruising Rockingham’s sheltered bays and islands in search
of any of the 180 local dolphins that your crew have come to know as friends. Before
long the first dolphin sighting of the day is marked by the excited shout of Found
them! followed by the slowing down of our engines to let the dolphins know we are
keen to play!
An excited buzz takes over the boat as the crew ensures you’re fully prepared to
enter the water. “Zip your wetsuits up, masks and snorkels on and make your way
to the swim deck — it’s time to get wet!” Sleek, silvery grey dorsal fins start
breaking the surface of the water within metres of the back of the boat and the
skipper gives the command everyone’s been waiting for — Go!
Suddenly, you are surrounded by flashing grey torpedoes and the water is filled
with whistles, splashes and laughter — both human and dolphin. They don’t do tricks
and we don’t feed them, we simply spend some time enjoying each other’s company
… it’s a wild encounter!