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Your adventure begins with a stunning beach drive through Great Sandy National Park to Double Island Point; a remote location only accessed by 4WD. You'll then get into kayaks and paddle out into crystal waters, getting up close to pods of playful dolphins and majestic turtles.
Discover a piece of paradise with this 4WD and kayak adventure on the idyllic Double Island Point. Your day begins with a picturesque drive at to your secluded spot. You'll enjoy spectacular scenery of Great Sandy National Park with its colourful sands, cliffs and bushland. When you reach Double Island Point you'll be amazed by the tropical landscape and clear turquoise waters. Next up is your kayak tour; your group will get paired up and then it's time to set out on the water. You'll paddle around; spotting pods of dolphins, turtles, manta rays, migrating birds, solider crabs and hopefully even whales. A beautiful day tour that will leave you with lasting memories and amazing photos!
Children must be over 7 years old and be accompanied by a paying adult.
Please detail any medical conditions prior to departure.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This tour must have a minimum of 4 people to run
In rare occasions of severely poor weather where the tour is not safe, the first option is to reschedule
Swimwear, beachwear, must bring towel to dry off before re entering vehicles
This experience takes place on Double Point Island, which is close to Noosa, QLD on the Sunshine Coast.