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Reef and Rainforest Kayak Expedition - $1045

Price Includes GST and Marine Park Fees

3 days exploring the Coral Sea and rainforest clad coast including meals and accommodation.

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Phone - 0447 546 926

Each day, our expert guides will introduce you to a new section of this spectacular coastline, including tropical islands, secluded beaches, fringing coral reef and wildlife galore. The views of the Daintree Rainforest (the oldest rainforest in the world) and mist shrouded mountains are breathtaking.

At the end of the day you will be staying in the beautiful rooms at the Daintree Village Hideaway Bed and Breakfast.

Day 1
We head to our first location for a safety briefing; we match you with your equipment and provide an introduction to sea kayaking. Not long after, we will be on the water and you will be exploring where the oldest rainforest in the world meets the Great Barrier Reef. Our guides have been introducing new paddlers to kayaking for decades and you will soon be feeling comfortable and confident.
We usually lunch on a remote beach, only accessible by kayak.
The first day is a mix of touring, learning and exploring, with plenty of time to get the hang of kayaking. This is not a race and we take time along the way to explore this unique environment.
At the end of the day we return to your accommodation, and enjoy a hearty meal (and a wine or beer) before a good sleep to energise, ready for the next day.
Accommodation, lunch and dinner provided

Day 2
A scrumptious tropical breakfast will provide the energy for the days exploring. We will travel to a new location, and you will be surprised at the diversity of this coastline. You will now be building confidence and skills to allow us to get to some spectacular locations. On the boundaries, where water and land meet is where the wildlife thrive. Shelter from the rocks, coral and shallows provides protection for turtles, rays and small fish.
Dolphins hunt just off shore and can often be seen playing or rounding up small fish.
Green turtles hear the sound of the paddles and come to the surface to investigate. They also often float on the surface with their fins in the air to warm themselves.
Rest breaks and lunch is another chance to explore the boundaries of water and land.
Heading home at the end of the day, you will be excited about tomorrows paddling, but eager for a relaxing evening with a hearty meal.
Accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner provided

Day 3
By now you feel like an expert kayaker, and eager to get on the water and see another completely different eco-system and section of coast. The diversity of this coastline, and the ability to access places no one else can will make you wish there was another day (or 3) to go.
Breakfast and lunch provided

To check availability
Phone - 0447 546 926