Looking for the best glass bottom boat tour in Coral Bay? Look no further because you have just found it! On this coral bay glass bottom boat tour, you will enjoy magnificent coral reef views below your feet while cruising above the turquoise waters of Coral Bay. Our coral bay glass bottom boat tour is 1 hour long and includes everything you need for an incredible coral viewing experience.
Coral Bay Glass Bottom Boat Itinerary
Our glass bottom boat trips offer spectacular sights. There are no two tours alike, and you’ll be astonished by the range of Ningaloo Reef’s ecosystems. Coral Bay is home to over 500 distinct species of brightly coloured fish that swim throughout the beautiful lagoon gardens of coral. The glass bottom boats from Coral Bay Ecotours are led by a naturalist who will help you identify the amazing marine life as you swim with sea turtles, stingrays and reef sharks.
Our glass bottom boat offers seating for small and large groups. All of our trips provide an experience like no other: simply hop off the boat onto a sandbar or snorkel platform where you’ll be surrounded by schools of fish and beautiful coral reefs! Our friendly guides will make sure that you have fun all day long. We look forward to seeing you in Coral Bay soon!
1 Hour Glass Bottom Boat Tour: $169 Family 2 Adults & 2 Children
Frequently Asked Questions About Coral Boat Glass Boat Trips
Why Should I Visit The Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia?
The Ningaloo Reef is the world’s largest fringing coral reef system, stretching over 240 km along the coast of Western Australia. The Ningaloo Reef is home to an immense amount of marine life that can be viewed by glass-bottom boat tours.
Glass bottom boat tours are usually more expensive than snorkelling or swimming with whale sharks , but glass bottom boat tours offer a unique opportunity for people who cannot swim well or would just rather not get wet. Some glass bottom boat tours use glass floors while others have see-through walls which still allow people to feel safe on the water without getting their hair wet .
Accommodation options are available at Coral Bay, North West region of Western Australia making it easy to join both a glass bottom boat tour and swimming with whale sharks on the outer reef.
Why Should I Join A Glass Bottom Boat Tour From Coral Bay?
– glass bottom boat tours are open to people who cannot swim well, or would just rather not get wet. Some glass bottom boat tours use glass floors while others have see-through walls which still allow people to feel safe on the water without getting their hair wet .
– glass bottom boats are more expensive than snorkelling or swimming with whale sharks , but glass bottom boat tours offer a unique opportunity for people who cannot swim well or would just rather not get wet.
– glass bottom boats are available year round.
Are Coral Bay Boat Tours COVID-19 safe?
Health and safety is our top priority, not only for our travellers, but for our crew, staff and suppliers, so that we can all travel with confidence. Our team has been working tirelessly to implement enhanced procedures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic so that you can travel in a safe, responsible and sustainable way. In line with both Government and Industry standards, GLT will implement COVID-19 protocols to promote the risk reduction approach and ensure that your health and wellbeing is at the forefront of your experience with GLT.
Our Safe Travel Statement sets out the necessary steps we have implemented to enhance procedures and adhere to Safe business practices. These safety guidelines are in alignment with recommendations from the World Health Organisation (WHO), Australian Government, Health and Safety Authorities, Tourism and Transport Industry Advisory Bodies and approved by the World Travel & Tourism Council’ s (WTTC) Safe Travel protocols for tour operators.