Disfrute de un día en la isla de Moreton explorando las playas, los lugares para practicar esnórquel y las enormes dunas de arena en esta excursión de día completo desde Brisbane, Sunshine Coast o Gold Coast. Viaje con un guía experimentado en un robusto vehículo todoterreno, y vaya del mar a la arena mientras practica esnórquel en Tangalooma Wrecks y pasea en kayak por el arrecife de coral, y luego, vuelva a tierra firme para probar el "sandboarding" por las dunas. Disfrute de un pícnic en la playa y sumérjase en el paisaje tropical de la isla de Moreton en este divertido recorrido.
Nota importante: Antes de salir, deberá pagarse al conductor 50 AUD al contacto para cubrir los gastos de las entradas del parque nacional y del ferry de la excursión.
Tour de día completo en 4x4 a la isla Moreton con guía experto, desde Brisbane o la Costa de Oro
Vea la vibrante vida marina en los naufragios de Tangalooma durante un recorrido guiado de esnórquel y kayak
Navega por el arrecife en un kayak transparente o bodyboard para observar el mundo submarino desde arriba
Consigue emociones cargadas de adrenalina mientras haces sandboard en las dunas
Disfruta de un picnic en la playa.
Tómese el tiempo para hacer las actividades o simplemente relájese en las arenas blancas
Incluye el uso de equipo de snorkel, kayaks, bodyboards y equipo de seguridad.
Por qué los viajeros eligen este tour
Este tour lleno de acción incluye actividades divertidas como el sandboard, el snorkeling y el kayak.
Después de la recogida por la mañana de Brisbane o Gold Coast, coja el ferry a la isla de Moreton y cruzaremos la bahía de Moreton en unos 75 minutos. Es posible avistar delfines, ballenas jorobadas y otras especies de animales marino de camino a la isla de Moreton.
La isla de Moreton es la tercera mayor isla de arena del mundo. Viaje en un robusto vehículo todoterreno por la playa de arena hasta Tangalooma Wrecks, donde disfrutará de una variedad de actividades. Practique esnórquel con su guía por Tangalooma Wrecks, 15 barcos que se hundieron a propósito para crear un rompeolas, que ahora están habitados por coloridos corales, peces tropicales, tortugas marinas y otras criaturas. Si lo prefiere, puede utilizar "bodyboards" transparentes para echar un vistazo a los arrecifes de coral, o permanecer seco y disfrutar de la playa.
Reponga energías con un almuerzo tipo pícnic servido en la playa y, a continuación, suba a un kayak transparente y siga a su guía en un recorrido por Tangalooma Wrecks, observando una gran variedad de peces que nadan debajo del kayak.
Cambie el mar por la arena mientras su guía conduce el todoterreno por tierra hasta llegar a las dunas de arena. Allí, pruebe el "sandboarding", un emocionante deporte que es comparable al "tobogganing". Algunos pueden alcanzar velocidades de hasta 50 kilómetros por hora (30 mph) mientras pasean por las dunas.
Si el tiempo lo permite, después del "sandboarding", vuelva a la playa de Tangalooma para darse un baño antes de volver a subir al ferry. El recorrido finaliza al regresar al punto de partida en Brisbane o Gold Coast por la noche.
(Nota importante: si las condiciones meteorológicas son desfavorables para practicar esnórquel y pasear en kayak, la actividad se sustituirá por un recorrido en un vehículo todoterreno por la isla).
Opiniones de viajeros de Viator
Fun in the sun
, sep 2019
We initially weren't going to participate in the sand boarding but we both walked out to have a look...soooo glad we both ended up sliding down! What a rush! The snorkeling was wonderful....lots of fish around the wrecks. Hands down a great day excursion!
On this trip it takes about an hour to get to the harbour to catch the ferry over to Moreton Island. There is food and restrooms on board the ferry. It took about an hour to get over to the island. Once there you walk about 100 yards along the beach. We did the glass bottom kayak and it was such a great experience. They do provide life vests for this. The next thing was snorkeling, but we chose to stay on the beach instead as the water was quite cold even though you could have a wet suit. After this we were given lunch of sandwiches and chips. Please note, no drinks were provided or not mentioned I think there was water in a jug, but the cups looked dirty. There is only a tiny remote bathroom in this area with no soap available. Be prepared to get in the water when you arrive as not much to change into except the remote bathroom. After lunch we took a 4 wheel vehicle way up the island to sand boarding. It is a difficult climb in sand to the top and you literally slide down a waxed piece of plywood down a very big hill! To say the least, I am still finding sand as you get covered!! If you don't want to kayak, snorkel or sand board, this is not the excursion for you. You are not by the resort and stay together as a group. Our guides were very friendly and helpful and a joy to be around. It is a more remote area of the island and bring a towel as they are not provided.
All too fast, no time to really enjoy sandboarding, it is a long drive from the shore to the sandboarding place and after an incident with the bus we could only try 1 slide. Due to weather conditions we could not do the kayaking but the nice people working there offered snorkeling instead. Despite their efforts I think the snorkeling experience was also too fast, we snorkelled around some shipwrecks but it only took like 10 minutes and then headed fast to the boat to take us back to Brisbane.
Amazing experience. Very friendly staff. We had enough time for all the activities, and instructions were sufficient. Our tour guid took us some amazing photos while kayaking. Between all the tour guides, I only remember Chris and Tesha but they were all super nice. Sandboarding was really fun too.
It was way too expensive. We payed R50 EACH PERSON only to get in the island I googled the prices and the license to get ing is really cheap. The bus was more than one hour late. We could ony see one side of the island and that's all and not a very beautiful side by the way. The sandboarding was super quick, there was only one guy helping us and we did it with a super thin wood board, it was literally a board, like, not professional at all. The lunch was wraps and we had only half an hour to eat. The kayaking was ok. In resume: it's not worth the price, they overprice it and you don't enjoy the day AT ALL.I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. It was a disappointment.
The trip started off a bit chaotic with staff not really speaking to anyone or getting involved. however, once at the island the "boss" took over and things improved dramatically... Great sand boarding, kayaking and diving. A fab time around the sunken ships, thankfully the trip finished on a high n
Great day trip from Brisbane for the whole family. The snorkeling was fantastic... lots of very cool fish. The Sandboarding wasn't great... long ride out for only a few runs down the hill and the majority of the people in our group could not even gain enough speed to make it down the whole thing. Great lunch on the beach and the clear Kayaks were fun as well.
For the trip to Moreton Island, we were picked up in the Gold Coast. The bus driver that picked us up was very friendly and on-time. From the Gold Coast, we went to Brisbane to pick up other passengers. The bus ride from the Gold Coast to Brisbane was very loud and bumpy. The ferry ride was 1.5 hours long. We purchased snacks and drinks while aboard the ferry. Once we arrived on Moreton Island, we started immediately with the kayaking - it was a nice way to ease into the day. After kayaking, we put on wet suits, flippers, gloves, and a mask for snorkeling. Two guides lead us around in the snorkeling area, so we could see the most number of fish. I have been snorkeling all around the world, and the fish on Moreton Island were abundant but not exotic. After snorkeling, we had a picnic lunch which consisted of make-your-own-sandwiches. The lunch was very informal - no plates, no salads, no napkins - only sandwiches. There were multiple choices of meats and toppings. The food was very fresh. The only drink choice was non-chilled water from a large thermos. After lunch, we piled into a 4x4 bus for a 30 minute drive through the sand to the desert for sandboarding. The sandboarding was very fun, but it was a little rough on the body. You must traverse the hill on your stomach, so your mid-section feels very bump. Some people got a face full of sand. After sandboarding, we piled into the bus for another 30 minute drive back to the beach. After 15 minutse of swimming, it was time to board the ferry for our return trip.
If I were to take this tour again, I would arrange my own transportation from the Gold Coast to Brisbane because I could not tolerate the loud, bumpy bus ride. Also, I would ask for more time snorkeling and less time in the kayak. Lastly, drink options such as bottled water, juice, etc. at lunch would have been nice.
Moreton Island is absolutely beautiful!
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