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Full Day Cruise to Low Isles with Lunch and Snorkelling

Departs Port Douglas, QLD - Show on map
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Highlights

  • Cruise on a 30 metre catamaran departing from Port Douglas
  • Explore the serenity of the idyllic Low Isles on a guided walk
  • Uncover a host of stunning marine life as you snorkel

Experience a new sense of idyllic on this full day cruise to the unspoilt coral island of Low Isles in the Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy snorkelling and exploring the Island with a marine biologist, marvel at the coral gardens through a glass bottom boat or simply relax on the impossibly white sand.

What's Included?

  • Full day cruise departing from Port Dougals
  • Morning and afternoon tea
  • Snorkelling equipment and instruction
  • Tropical buffet lunch
  • Guided snorkel tour led by marine biologist
  • Glass bottom boat coral viewing
  • Guided beach walk around Low Isles
  • Environment tax

Indulge in your fairytale holiday as you explore the untouched Island of Low Isles, situated in the Great Barrier Reef. Departing from Port Douglas, you will set sail aboard a stunning 30 metre sailing catamaran, Wavedancer, and enjoy the most spectacular ocean views as you cruise along the water before arriving at the Island. You will be spoilt for choice on what do to the moment you arrive in the lagoon. Swim in your own designated area or join a guided snorkel tour and explore the crystal clear turquoise waters that are teeming with marine life. Marvel at the colourful coral gardens and spot an abundance of sea creatures including green sea turtles, tropical fish and giant clams as you swim or if snorkelling is not for you, you can experience the reef from the dry cabin of a glass bottom boat.

After spending some time snorkelling and discovering the underwater world, you can explore the tropical forest of the Island on a guided nature walk or simply relax on the impossibly white sand and enjoy the serenity of your surroundings. Recharge with a delicious tropical buffet lunch as well as morning and afternoon tea or if you're looking for something a little stronger, indulge in a cocktail from the boat's fully licensed bar at your own expense. After several hours of exploring and relaxing, you will jump back onboard the Wavedancer and make the one hour commute back to Port Douglas. This full day cruise offers a host of activities for you to discover the hidden gems of the Great Barrier Reef.

Session Length

  • Please allow approximately seven hours for the duration of this experience
  • Boarding commences at 9:30am. You are required to be onboard the vessel 15 minutes prior to departure
  • The tour departs at 10am and returns at 4:30pm

Guidelines

Snorkelling can be a strenuous exercise and some medical conditions may preclude some people from in-water activities.

Cancellation

Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:

Rescheduling

  • Over two weeks prior to the experience date: No charge
  • 48 hours to up to two weeks prior to the experience date: $50 per person participant fee to change the experience date and time
  • Within 48 hours of the experience date, No Shows and Late Arrivals: Participants forfeit their experience and therefore are not entitled to a refund or to re-book

Numbers on the Day

Please be aware this is not a private tour.

Weather

Tours are rarely cancelled

Dress Code

Please bring a swimming costume, towel, a hat and sunscreen.

Other Info

Bring along your camera

This experience takes place in the Great Barrier Reef, departing Port Douglas.