View the majesty of the Great Barrier Reef from air as you are flown by seaplane to an exclusive reef location. Enjoy the stunning land and seascapes, then get up close with an hour of snorkelling, and hour of relaxing coral viewing, before a trip to Whitehaven Beach.
Not many people can say they have seen the Great Barrier Reef from the air AND sea - but you can. Begin with a seaplane flight and take in the majesty of Whitehaven Beach and the Reef from the skies. Once you have been seduced by the views, you'll land in Hardy Lagoon and climb aboard a private, semi submersible glass-bottomed boat to carry on exploring, with an hour of snorkelling and an hour of relaxing coral viewing. The vessel has an underwater viewing chamber, sun and shade deck areas, and easy access into the water.
This adventure at the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is followed with a relaxing one hour visit to Whitehaven Beach. Frequently voted as one of the world’s top ten beaches, this striking stretch of silica beach on Whitsunday Island National Park is the perfect location to enjoy a picnic lunch, explore and recline in the crystal clear waters with turtles and rays.
This experience lasts 4.5 hours. Tours are scheduled around tides therefore departure times change daily. This experience includes:
Reservations can be cancelled or changed with more than 24 hours notice prior to departure.
All reservations cancelled within 24 hours of departure will result in forfeit of voucher. Reconfirmation is required the day prior to travel by telephoning the experience provider.
The price quoted is for one person. A minimum of 2 passengers are required for this experience to go ahead. There will be a maximum of 10 people.
All flights are subject to weather conditions. The Chief Pilot will make a weather call on the day of departure, if he deems it unsuitable for flying the flight will be cancelled and bookings will be rescheduled.
Swimwear and towel, sunscreen, sunglasses and hat are recommended. A light jacket is advised for cooler months.
This experience takes place on and over the Great Barrier Reef and departs from Whitsunday Airport.