Margaret River Tours Awesome Things To See-vidown

Travel-and-Leisure If you are going on Margaret River tours on your next holiday vacation, know and be excited about these wonderful things to see in the region: 1. Staircase To The Moon Between the months of March and October, when the conditions are just fine, tourists in Broome in the North West region are presented with a natural wonder – the Staircase to the Moon. The natural phenomenon of the Staircase to the Moon happens when the full moon rises over the bare mudflats of Roebuck Bay during a very low tide, creating the stunning optical illusion of a staircase leading to the moon. The staircase happens three nights each month starting from March to October. 2. Whale Migration The month of May is the start of the yearly migration of whales, as southern right and humpback whales travel from the food-rich southern ocean to the breeding grounds in the warm waters of the North. The gentle giants then go back to the south in November to the colder waters to grow and mature. There are many whale-watching cruises available where you can see the breaching whales up-close and personal. There are also many land-based lookouts if you’re not available for cruising. In the South West area, a number of purpose-built towers have been built to let visitors watch and record the giants showing off their water skills. 3. Dolphins The warm waters of Western Australia are home to bottlenose dolphins. While these cute mammals can be spotted all along the coastline, there are four major regions where visitors are more likely to have a dolphin encounter: Mandurah and Rockingham in the Perth region, Monkey Mia in the Coral coast region, and Bunbury in the South West region. The nature of dolphin interactions or sightings differs in each place, but most offer a certain measure of interaction and education. Interactions with dolphins are well-supervised, and in some situations, visitors could be involved in monitored swims with dolphins in the open ocean. 4. Coral Spawning and Whale Sharks One night each March, under the moon’s silver light, the waters of the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef in the Coral Coast area .e to life literally, as over 200 species of corals spawn. The waters are packed with colourful polyps, creating the foundations for a remarkable change in the reef life over the next months. Coral spawning is the initial phase in the amazing chain of events that sees the reef revitalized for another season, as nature unravels its yearly underwater drama. Over the next several months, krill and other small sea creatures swarm on the reef to feast on corals, inviting bigger fishes including the gentle giants – whale sharks. These wonderful creatures can grow up to an astounding 16 metres long and can weigh up to 30 tonnes or more. These giants spend their days relaxing along the reef and feasting on krill. Snorkelers and scuba divers can go into the reef during coral spawning, or swim among the magnificent whale sharks, to enjoy what’s often defined as a one-of-a-kind experience. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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