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The Whale Shark is the ocean’s gentle giant. Known as the largest fish in the sea these creatures can grow as long as 13 meters. Giants they are but their diet consists of some of the smallest living things on earth, plankton, which are relatively microscopic in size compared to the massive Whale Sharks. These migratory sharks visit a number of places around the planet where warm water and a temperate climate prevail. The opportunity to don a snorkel and mask with the goal to swim with a Whale Shark is available at a number of locations around the world. No cage needed for your adventure with the sharks, they have no interest in eating you, and the huge fish are famously slow swimmers, allowing for some up close and personal encounters. Those that have had the experience says it’s as if you are on safari in a jeep in Africa and come across a herd of elephants, you are able to get out and run with the pack. Swimming alongside one of nature’s largest creatures can create memories that will last a lifetime.
The experience is available at diverse tropical locations around the world; places already on many dreamer’s lists such as Western Australia, Cancun and the Sea of Cortez in Mexico , the Philippines and Egypt in the Middle East. Local operators can provide guided excursions to put you in the natural habitat of these massive yet graceful giants with the assistance of well-trained guides. For those less adventurous, The Georgia Aquarium, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA allows swimming alongside their captive Whale Sharks with the swimmers chosen by a daily lottery.
Consider the places we have chosen as the best places to Swim With A Whale Shark that are spread across our globe. If you have ever dreamed of being in the water alongside a beautiful fish the size of a motor coach then make plans to Swim with a Whale Shark. It’s a worthy addition to your list and you can certainly combine your fantasy with your trip of a lifetime to one of these exotic locations.
Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia, Australia
Christmas Island, Australia
Donsol, Sorsogon, Philippines
Ko Tao (Turtle Island), Philippines
Ko Tao, Thialand
Richelieu Rock, Thailand
Hin Daeng & Hin Muang, Thailand
Maamingili , Alif Dhaal Atoll
Republic of Seychelles
Sharm ash Shaykh, Egypt
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Utila Island, Honduras
Isla Mujeres & Isla Holbox, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Sea of Cortez, Mexico
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