Swim With The Whales On The Great Barrier Reef
know that whales swim very close to the
imagine seeing the
Some recent holiday makers to Cairns even got to tread water, nose to nose, with the whales. Dwarf Minkes swam around a group of snorkelers and played up to their underwater cameras. How wonderful that the whales knew they were safe and trusted the snorkelers.
According to tour boat staff, they are seeing more and more whales each year. They believe this may be a combination of them becoming more observant and the whales learning that boats in these particular waters offer them no threat.
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Minke whales are travelling now (June) and sightings and interactions are expected until mid August.
Around 90 per cent of all whale sightings in our local tropical waters occur in June and July.
Talk to us at FNQ Apartments to discover the myriad of tour choices you have in your whale viewing holiday portfolio. Some tour boats offer a permitted, “Swimming with whales” tour. Don’t be disappointed, book with a local so that you can be sure to get the best available opportunity to you in the month of your holiday.
Be sure not to miss your opportunity to spot Migaloo, the albino humpback whale. Book now to catch this magnificent creature.
Have a whale of a holiday in our beautiful tropical environ. We look forward to shaking your hand and congratulating you on your most excellent decision to holiday with us in FNQ.
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