Monkey Mia – Campervan Rental Top Spot
After receiving this great review from Mary and David, we decided to write a bit about one of our customers’ favourite destinations – Money Mia. First, here’s the review:
We hired the campervan for 15 days in May to explore the coast from Perth to Monkey Mia. The van was very clean and well equiped.Terry was very helpful and easy to deal with. We had a great time and it was fun. Highly recommended.
Dolphin Feeding and Other Monkey Mia Activities
Monkey Mia is of course most famous for the public Dolphin feeding sessions. The sessions usually attract a large group of people, but you might be lucky enough to be selected to feed them! It’s typical for eight or more dolphins to visit Dolphin beach for the feeding session each day.
Apart from the dolphins, there are heaps of things to do in Monkey Mia, including swimming, fishing and snorkeling. Click here for information about things to do in Monkey Mia.
The fishing also comes highly recommended. Although you’re not allowed to fish from the jetty, there are plenty of fishing spots in the wider Shark Bay area and we’re told you’ll catch Tailor, Whiting, Tarwhine and if you’re lucky maybe a Mulloway or two!
Experience Monkey Mia and Shark Bay with Campervan Rental
Monkey Mia is located in Shark Bay – about 850 km north of Perth – a drive you’re sure to enjoy in one of our rental campervans! If you’re in a hurry, you can do the drive from Perth in one or two days. Or, you can take inspiration from Mary and David and take your time to explore the coast for a few weeks.
Whether you’re a tourist from overseas, or an Aussie who has never been to feed the Monkey Mia dolphins, campervan rental can give you an amazing holiday experience along the WA Coast up to Shark Bay. We encourage you to read our customer reviews discover where other travelers are going.
Give us a call, or use the website forms to book your campervan rental today. Take a look at the Long Wheel Based Campervan Rental – the same van Mary and David hired. Talk soon!
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