Enjoy a ride out to two locations on the pristine Great Barrier Reef. Marvel at the untouched beauty of these special places and swim with turtles and other marine life. This half day eco tour visits Mackay and Undine reefs and includes courtesy bus transfers from Cape Tribulation plus snorkel gear.
This half day eco tour visits two different snorkel destinations, each with an extraordinary array of marine life and coral species. After a fast 25 minute ride, guests are ready to snorkel two fabulous locations at Mackay and Undine Reefs.
On most days, the rainforest can be seen along the mainland beach whilst snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef alongside sea turtles, which are found in abundance swimming over reefs full of colourful coral, along with myriads of tropical fish, eagle rays, giant clams and starfish.
The vessel takes a maximum of 25 passengers allowing guests to experience tropical paradise and the pleasure of a small group. The experienced Skipper and Eco Host ensure the trip is filled with fun and appreciation of the Great Barrier Reef and the coastal rainforest of the Daintree, two world heritage areas side by side.
Your fabulous crew will help you out with snorkel gear and once you're kitted up you'll get a briefing and tips from an experienced guide. Then it's time to discover what's underneath the pristine waters. Marvel at the beautiful submerged gardens of coral and swim alongside friendly turtles and other marine life.
PLEASE NOTE: This experience is unavailable from 01 - 28 Feb 2019 - Inclusive
This experience is not suitable for those with existing injuries or pregnant women.
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 voucher is for 1 person. There will be others in the tour group.
Bring swim wear, hat, sunglasses and sunscreen and a towel.
Water, soft drinks, chocolates and underwater cameras for sale on boat.
This experience is located in Cape Tribulation, Tropical North Queensland.