After your exhilarating jump, you are transferred to the heliport for a 25-minute helicopter flight over the Great Barrier Reef. Your helicopter pilot points out the many visible features of this vast ecosystem that can even be seen from the space station.
Your pilot touches down gently at a pontoon located on North Hastings Reef. Switch from the helicopter to a deluxe boat for the afternoon. Enjoy approximately two hours to snorkel and swim around in the Great Barrier Reef, observing an array of coral formations and colorful schools of fish. Snorkeling equipment is provided and instructors are there to assist as needed.
Scuba diving is also available for both beginners and experienced divers (own expense).
The boat crew serves up a buffet lunch on the boat and later offers a complimentary glass of wine for the return cruise to Cairns. Your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel after a fun-filled day out.
absolutely incredible and worth the price. food on the cruise is just for you and your group who came in on the heli. the skydive is an unforgettable experience. you best be seeing the reefs before they are gone. :
Georgina S Kuwait
Megan M USA
It was really fun but I thought I would be skydiving over the Great Barrier Reef but it was over cane fields in cairns. Still worth the money though.
Great day out! Started of the day by skydiving from 14000ft, then had a sceneic half an hour helicopter flight over the Great Barrier Reef to Hastings Reef, then a few hours snorkelling around the reef!! We upgraded our jump to 14,000ft and had solo camera man to take photos and film our jump, certainly worth while paying the extra for this to have the experience filmed! Overall a good value day out and a fantastic experience!!
Poor coordination makes this an inefficient trip. Our sky dive group was the last to arrive at the airport. It was noon before we were taken to the helicopter hanger. Again, we waited until two other couples arrived before the helicopter lifted off. It was nearly 2 p.m. when we arrived at the snorkeling cruise ship. We had less than two hours on the ship before it began the cruise back to Cairns. Rather than a buffet lunch, we were served ready made plates of leftovers. Even this was not given to us until after 3 p.m. There was approximately one hour to snorkel. There was no time to scuba dive or participate in the submarine cruise around the reef. Hurry up and wait with very little time to enjoy was the theme of the day.
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