- First we will depart Hamilton Island for Betties Beach at Hill Inlet/Whitehaven Beach. - Then visit Windy Bay, with picturesque white silica sand, fringing reef and also encompasses the whole of Whitehaven Beach, with no other tourists around. - Then visit Teague Island - Snorkel some of the best reefs in the Whitsundays, and learn all about the reef and the various fish species. - Then visit Langford Sand Spit, the only sand island in the Whitsundays, with a cool little lookout trail. - Then visit Ngaro aboriginal cave paintings in Nara Inlet - a short hike to see some aboriginal paintings from thousands of years ago - Cruise the Whitsunday Islands in between each location - Learn about each of them, what they are known for and their history.
I have been in the marine industry in the Whitsunday Region for over 6years, including tour guiding and exploring the area in my own time. I am passionate about showing others the absolute beauty of the Whitsundays and the diversity of unique things to see and do. I have a commercial skippers licence (Coxswain), which qualifies me to skipper a commercial vessel.
Ice, esky and bottled water provided
All National Park and GBRMPA Fees
8.5m Rayglass Protector RIB cabin vessel, able to take up to 8 passengers
Snorkelling equipment provided - stinger suits, masks, snorkels and fins All safety equipment provided as required for…
Betties Beach - A small secluded beach at the northern end of Whitehaven Beach at Hill Inlet. Windy Bay - the same sand as Whitehaven Beach, with no one else there Teague Island - A bay full of abundant coral reefs, which none of the larger tour operators can go. Ngaro cave paintings at Nara Inlet - Aboriginal paintings from thousands of years ago Langford Sand Spit - the only sand spit in the Whitsundays and usually will be free of other tourist
Private Whitsunday Islands experience