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A very worthwhile & enjoyable tour. A pleasant, adequate buffet lunch was available on the trip to Whitehaven Beach. The boat was very clean with attentive professional staff. Whitehaven beach is beautiful. Beach games were available to those that wished to participate but we walked 100 yds down the beach and had a lovely afternoon sitting on the beach and having fun in the sea. Recommend this trip to everyone. Fantastic views of Whitsunday Islands from both the beach & boat.
An amazing beach! A lovely day just lying in the sun with a fabulous view. I would recommend it.
The half day cruise to Whitehaven was great, and the staff were extremely friendly and good fun. The BBQ buffet lunch was very tasty with plenty of choice. Whitehaven beach is exactly what you see in the photos - beautiful white sand, lovely turquoise clear sea. The stinger suits which were handed out to everyone gave us all a laugh, as we all looked like teletubbies when we put them on! Definitely worth doing.
It was a really excellent experience. I would recommend this trip to anyone. The beach was beautiful!!!!
It's was a very relaxed day. The boat trip was beautiful and it was super to walk on whitehaven beach. The crew was great, they looked after you and had a lot of jokes. It was just not too sunny to really sunbath or swim. I really enjoyed my day.
If you don't have a lot of time this is a great day cruise to Whitehaven Beach.
The food and facilities in the boat were very good but the beach was a bit disappointing. Nothing to do, no shelter. It takes a long time to carry everyone to the beach and to come back to the boat.
Everyone has heard of Whitehaven Beach and is a must to experience for yourself. After the coral and pebbly beaches of the resort islands was great to find sand - and what sand! Was extremely busy with boats and planes and unfortunately having to moor at the southern tip precludes investigating the magnificent shallows of the northern beach. Perhaps a full day trip would be a better option.