Welcome to WhaleSwim Adventures!

SPECIAL DEAL!! Free Airfares Auckland to Vava’u for Kiwis!
Everyone else AUD$1,000 OFF –  ON SPACES LEFT ON 2016 TOURS – see below!!

Our personally-escorted eco-tours are unique!

Our passionate whale-whispering crew, our commitment to having minimal impact on the humpback whales, conservation of other marine life and their environment and most of all, our total commitment to making your holiday with us the best moment-by-moment experience you have ever had, has put our eco-tours #1 choice for discerning wildlife adventurers around the world!

A glimpse at how to watch humpback whales underwater: Doug Allan’s amazing whale encounters in Tonga while filming for the incredible BBC ‘Blue Planet’ series.  

Our Eco-Tours in Vava’u Islands Tonga, Moorea Island Tahiti and a new location – Weligama, Sri Lanka 

Every year between July – October each year since 1999, we have successfully operated, ‘swim with humpback whales’ eco–packaged tours in the beautiful untouched islands of Vava’u Tonga, and more recently in Tahiti, where the large populations of the humpback whales reside during this time. Our new ‘Swim with Blue & Sperm Whales in Sri Lanka’ tours begin on 10 January 2017 – stay tuned for details!
All of our personally-escorted tours focus on small group whale encounters for intimate, yet exhilarating experiences that will stay with you for many years to come! Like many who have joined us, you will be back for more!

(Our specially designed all inclusive eco-tours are NOT comparable with day-trips/tours anywhere in Tonga, Sri Lanka or in French Polynesia.)

PLEASE NOTE: We DO NOT operate day tours.



Paradise Islands Experience!
9 nights & 7 days on the water
Tongan Beach Resort & Mandala Island Eco-Resort
Departure date: 2016
1066B     Tour # 12        4 – 13 October 2016      (2 spaces)
Dble/Twin Studio & Bungalow: AUD$5,160 per person NOW AUD$4,160
Dble/Twin (2 beds) Studio & 2-bedrm VillaAUD$5,460  NOW AUD$4,460
Click Here for more tour information about this tour & 2017 tours