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Byron Bay Kayaking with Dolphins and Mount Warning Sunrise Climb Including Overnight Camping and BBQ Dinner

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New South Wales, Australia
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2 days (Approx.)
Mobile ticket
Offered in: English and 1 more

Overview

Get your adrenaline pumping on an action-packed overnight adventure from Byron Bay. Kick things off with a 3-hour afternoon kayaking excursion and spot dolphins, sea turtles and migrating whales (depending on the season) in their natural environment. Then, journey to the foot of Mount Warning to set up camp and tuck into a campfire dinner, before sleeping beneath the stars. Make an early start the next morning for a 2-hour self-guided hike to the 3,802-foot (1,159-meter) summit and be the first to watch the glorious sunrise over Australia’s east coast.
  • 2-day kayaking, hiking and camping tour from Byron Bay
  • Get up close to dolphins and turtles on a sea kayaking tour
  • Camp out beneath the stars in the Mount Warning National Park
  • Hike to the summit of Mount Warning and watch the sunrise over Australia’s east coast
  • All meals, transport and camping equipment provided
  • Authentic local experience

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The kayaking and camping trip are...
judyb50
, Jan 2018
The kayaking and camping trip are run by two different companies who do not communicate with each other. The kayaking was fine, but as soon as it was finished and still dripping wet, we then had to get into a minibus to drive to the campsite. The campsite was fine, we were given a burger for dinner and then went to bed at 8 as we were told that the sunrise walk would take 6 hours and we would have to get up at 2.40am. The headlamps did not work properly and the last 0.5km of the walk was signposted as being for experienced climbers only. My daughter was left to do the walk alone and the guide did not bother to check whether she had a mobile or enough water. The guide Greg was most unhelpful and the rudest person we met in our whole three weeks in Australia. There was no afternoon tea and no breakfast.
Response from Host , Jan 2018
TOUR OPERATOR COMMENT: Please be aware, the Sunrise Climb itself is self-guided. Every participant of the tour has to sign a waiver acknowledging this fact prior to the tour. The parent who attended with their daughter decided to not do the climb and therefore the daughter decided to do the walk together with the other clients on the tour. All clients were briefed that it is a 4-5hrs return walk and of course they were offered breakfast in the morning with the rest of the group before the walk.

Product code: 16220P5

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