Indulge your fairy tale holiday as you explore the idyllic Whitsundays during this exciting full day tour. Visit the world-famous Whitehaven Beach and awaken your adventurous side on a self-guided mountain bike trail on South Molle Island. Be the cause of envy for family and friends!
Experience a new sense of idyllic and wonderment on this full day tour as you visit the best of the Whitsundays, including Whitehaven Beach and South Molle Island. Departing from Shute Harbour and Airlie Beach, enjoy the most spectacular ocean views as you cruise along the water before arriving at the magical Whitehaven Beach in the heart of the Whitsundays. You will have three hours to explore and immerse yourself in the impossibly white sand and crystal clear turquoise waters. After spending some time exploring and relaxing, you will make your way to South Molle Island for an exciting self-guided bike trail, the only bike trail in the Whitsundays. Unearth the diverse natural beauty the island has to offer, from the rolling green hills of the bush to the stunning blue vistas that surround. If you are looking for a more adventurous way to discover the hidden gems of the Whitsundays, look no further!
Participants must not have any medical conditions that would make travel on a vessel or mountain bike unsafe. If you are unsure if this experience is suitable for you, please consult your doctor.
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 experience runs with a maximum of six participants.
Weather and sea conditions affect this experience. In the event that the provider needs to cancel a transfer or charter due to inclement weather or for any other reason, rescheduling options (subject to availability) will be made available.
Closed in shoes, eye protection and appropriate clothing must be worn on the mountain bikes. It is recommended to bring a hat, a bottle of water and lunch.
This experience takes place around the Whitsunday Islands.