The Whitsundays would have to be one of the world’s most ideal paddling playgrounds. Experience a unique guided kayak adventure with a ECO friendly exploration of the islands as you glide quietly into hidden inlets or secluded beaches. The odd turtle might escort you as you head towards the far reaches of a pristine inlet...Ancient trees and ferns slide by as a sea eagle soars magnificently overhead and as the crystal clear water shallows, all kinds of marine life can be spotted below.
Alternately, embarking on a longer blue water expedition from one cove to another with the Coral Sea stretching endlessly before you is an exhilarating and breathtaking experience. There is so much wildlife to see and endless waterways to explore in the Whitsundays, many accessible only by shallow water craft. Our kayaks carry two people, are extremely easy to paddle, stable and very comfortable.
Kayaking is a great way to explore with minimal human impact. Our crew possess an intimate knowledge of the islands, their wildlife and ecology. As they guide you through this ancient marine wonderland, you not only enjoy a lot of fun and some amazing scenery but also gain valuable insights into the unique heritage of this amazing island chain.
Whitsundays Sailing Adventures offers the most diverse range of quality crewed sailing, snorkelling and scuba diving adventure holidays in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
Our fleet of Owner Operated vessels have a high focus on standards, fantastic food, personalised service and a truly individual and unique experience. We have a variety of tours, whether it be a full day trip or overnight sailing experience on a 2 day 1 night, 2 day 2 night or 3 day 2 night vessel there are plenty of choices available, or you can spoil yourself with a bit of diversity and combine two cruises together for a more unique experience.
Whitsundays Sailing Adventures brands are Multi Award Winners in Adventure & Eco Tourism. All our operators are proud and active members of the Whitsunday Charter Boat Industry Association (WCBIA). ©