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Sea Kayaking Tours

where the Rainforest meets the Reef


Board a kayak and join us on a sea kayaking tour, exploring Cape Tribulation's tropical beaches, fringing reef, mangroves and Marine wildlife. Paddle out into the Great Barrier Reef marine park from where you can enjoy amazing views of the Daintree National Park, the oldest rainforest on Earth. It is here these two world heritage listed areas lie side by side and you can explore this unique area by kayak!


There is so much to discover out on the water but the most exciting is spotting marine wildlife. Every day is different but wild life frequently spotted on our kayak tours include sea turtles, schools of fish, sea eagles, dolphins, dugong, sting rays and the occasional whale passing during migration season (July and August).


Learning about our unique tropical environment whilst kayaking is a very low impact and eco friendly way to travel through this pristine area. We are very proud to have been awarded Advanced Eco accreditation by Eco Tourism Australia. Being Advanced Eco certified means we are part of Australia's leading and most innovative ecotourism products, providing an opportunity to learn about the environment. It also shows we are committed to achieving best practice, using resources wisely, contributing to the conservation of the environment and helping local communities. 

Never been kayaking before? Don't worry! Our experienced and friendly guides will give you full paddling instructions, as well as a safety briefing, before you set off. We have sturdy, double and single, sit-on-top kayaks and everyone is fitted with a lifejacket. Children six and up are welcome to join their parents.


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Our half day guided sea kayak tours depart from the Cape Trib Beach House at the Northern end of Cape Tribulation Beach.


Where is Cape Tribulation?

Cape Tribulation lies at the end of one of the most scenic drives in Australia, the Great Barrier Reef Drive.

2.5 hours north of Cairns

1.5 hour north of Port Douglas    

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