HEART REEF CLASSIC PACKAGE HC2
The Great Barrier Reef is truly one of the great wonders of the natural world and a "must-see" for any visitor to the region. Formed millions of years ago, this colourful living reef continues to grow and flourish just off the coast from the Whitsundays. Hundreds of different types of fish and hard and soft coral thrive in the sheltered lagoon.
Famous Whitehaven Beach in The Whitsundays really is like a dream with its gorgeous white sand and warm turquoise waters. One of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Whitehaven stretches for a spectacular seven kilometres. The sand is almost 100% silica, which gives it the white colour. As you step ashore and sink into the powder-fine sand you will realise why you came here.
. Reef & Island Flight (Heart Reef, Hamilton Island, Whitehaven beach, Hill Inlet, Hardy Reef, Reef World, Hook Reef, Hook Island, Hayman Island)
. Whitehaven& Hill inlet one day tour (Whitehaven beach +Hill Inlet + BBQ Lunch +snorkelling equipment)
. Free snorkelling equipment, snorkelling tuition.
. Free Pick up and drop off service between marina and accommodation
Day 1: Arrive in Airlie beach
Arrive in Hamilton Island, take one hour scenic flight of viewing Heart Reef, Hamilton Island, Whitehaven beach, Hill Inlet, Hardy Reef, Reef World, Hook Reef, Hook Island, Hayman Island. They provide free drop-off services to your accommodation or the town centre, you can take a trip to the mainland to explore Airlie Beach township and other attractions. Attractions include walks, shopping, restaurants, crocodile safaris and lazing at the lagoon.
Day 2: Whitehaven & Hill inlet one day tour (Including Snorkelling)
Enjoy a guided National Park bushwalk to the Hill Inlet Scenic Lookout, cruise the full length of Whitehaven Beach and have Aussie Beach B.B.Q in Whitehaven, then snorkel or take a glass bottom boat over spectacular coral and tropical fish.
Day 3: Leave Airlie Beach
Don't miss out on an experience of a lifetime
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Welcome to the Whitsundays!