The 3-Day Reef and Beach tour is a real adventure! You will sea kayak in the sheltered, turquoise lagoons of Ningaloo Reef, snorkel numerous amazing sites, and in the afternoon land your kayak at your very own deserted wilderness beach camp. Watch the sunset, and sleep under the stars in Cape Range National Park. Dusk and dawn are our favourite times to experience the Ningaloo coastline, so why not come and share the magic? Turtles, rays, dugong, dolphins, reef sharks, myriad reef fish and an abundance of life make Ningaloo a brilliant place to kayak and snorkel. On land we also regularly see kangaroos, wallabies, emu, echidna and an array of bird life. 3 days exploring Ningaloo in a self-sufficient kayak = a sensational experience!
Double sit-inside expedition sea kayaks with rudder for comfortable cruising | Paddles | PFDs (lifejackets) | Long sleeve sun shirts | Broad brim hats | Snorkelling gear: snorkel, mask and fins, wetsuit in season | Dry bags for packing clothing, sleeping gear etc | Comfortable camping gear: tents, inflatable sleeping mats, sleeping bags and liners, pillows, camp chairs, shade shelter | Healthy and delicious food, drinks (alcohol not included, byo welcome) | Transport between you Exmouth accommodation and Cape Range National Park (our paddling location) | National Park entry and camping fees | Qualified and experienced guide | Complimentary tour photos
Drinking water (capacity for 2 litres) | Sunscreen, zinc or SPF lip balm | Sunglasses (polarised are great for seeing under the water) | Boardshorts/bathers | Camera (spare batteries) | Towel or sarong | Footwear that may get wet (thongs/sandals/crocs) | Gloves (optional: fingerless cycling or paddling gloves are great for sun protection) | Head torch (spare batteries) | Drinks for sunset happy hour | Overnight bag with camp clothes, toiletries etc. Pack warm clothing for cool nights. Please note there are no showers | You can bring fishing gear too, however please note that this is not a focus of our tours (please use lures rather than bait)
Exmouth is located 1200km north of Perth in a remote setting, getting there is limited to two options.
-Fly- From Perth heading north to Exmouth (Learmonth Airport), flying is our recommended option for those with the money, and/or limited time. Try for a window seat (left side on northward journey and right side on southward flight). Skywest are now flying this route Call 1300 660 088 (within Australia only) or www.skywest.com.au Skywest have an alliance with Virgin Australia. Please note: It is IMPORTANT to book ASAP, as there are only a limited number of cheaper Advance Purchase Airfares available.
-Private Vehicle- Approximations: 1260 kilometres from Perth, 12 - 15 hours drive, $250-$300 fuel, one-way. Recommended for those travelling in groups, and/or holidaying for a longer time. Driving at dawn, dusk and night is not recommended due to cattle, kangaroos, emus etc on the roads. You can usually park your car at our base while on tour.
Why Not Sign Up For A Day Swimming With the Whale Sharks!
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