Port Douglas Adventure Tours Mountain Bike and Sea Kayak

Port Douglas, Douglas Area

Port Douglas Adventure Tours offer expert guided Mountain Bike Tours, Sea Kayak Tours, Private Guiding Services and Group Programs.

Their local guides and instructors provide great adventure experiences every time. They have long term bike hire, bike repairs, kayak and camping equipment hire and their staff can put a fantastic holiday itinerary together for you.

Advice is free so inquire about recommendations for accommodation and things to do in the area.

Our tours

Mountainbike the Bump Track

The Bump Track is regarded as being one of the premier trails in Australia. With smooth flowing single track and challenging climbs rewarded with a superb downhill sections and great views, you will be grinning for hours after. As one guest proclaimed… “the best thing you can do with your clothes on!”

Your expert guide with assist with coaching and skill development along the way, so feel free to ask as many questions as you would like.

Wildlife is common among the rainforest of the Wet Tropics so bring a camera and some clothes that can get wet and muddy. They often finish at a local rainforest swim hole or along 4 mile beach (so bring a towel) and the tour coordinator will have a tropical fruit platter waiting an refreshing drinks before you are returned satisfied to your accommodation.

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$120 $230
Sea Kayaking Half Day

Come with them as they explore some of the best coastal and inshore reef systems the region has to offer! This half day tour is a great experience and provides a way to quietly interact with turtles, dugongs, dolphins and even manta rays that we may possibility find on each tour.

Glide effortlessly in their stable and safe Perception kayaks, (single or double) with an experienced guide to highlight the best locations along the way.

Snacks and water bottles are provided on the half day tour and there is a tropical fruit platter on return. All safety equipment and dry bags for cameras and phones are also supplied.

TOUR INCLUSIONS:
8am pickup from your accommodation in the Port Douglas area. Transfers can be arranged for all other areas.
All paddling equipment, kayaks, paddles, PFD’s (Personal Flotation Devices), stinger suits, water shoes, safety equipment etc is provided.
Cold water and snacks
Fruit platter
Dry bags for cameras
Small groups

Bring camera, sunhat, sunglasses and sunscreen, any medications, towel, water bottle, swimmers (bathers).

They do have spare hats and sunglasses that you can use.

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$120 $120
Mountain Bike Night Ride

For intermediate and up riders try an exhilarating mission down the Bump Track at night! Crazy fun!

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$120 $140
Sea Kayak Thala Beach

For guests at Thala Beach Nature Reserve they offer a morning paddle meeting at 7:30am at reception and returning approx. 9:45-10:15am. All equipment is provided just bring hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and water bottle and clothes that can get wet.

They supply shoes, stinger suits (in season), safety equipment and paddling equipment.

They have dry bags for cameras.

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$95 $95
Mountainbiking Twin Bridges and Bump Track

For those with a need for longer time in the saddle and more remote riding areas, then try their full day rainforest epic. They supply all equipment, bikes, camel backs, gloves, helmets with Go pro mounts, etc. Just bring shorts, shoes and a t-shirt that can get muddy! A full buffet lunch is provided and your guide is Wilderness First Aid trained with Sat phone comms.

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$230 $230
Heli-Bike

Fly over the rainforest trails and over to their landing site before riding back down the hill. Awesome!

Sea Kayak Headland Two Hour Tour

This fun kayak adventure, a 2 hour headland tour leaves from Jalun Park, Port Douglas at the Northern end of 4 mile beach.

After a paddle briefing and practice session they head to a great inshore reef system, an important part of The Great Barrier Reef, which your expert guide will explain all about along the way.

With regular good conditions you’ll be excited to see beautiful coral gardens and Sea Turtles from the safety of their stable sea kayaks.

They regularly see Dolphins (and sometimes Dugong or Manta Rays) too.

Single or double kayaks are available. Bring a camera.

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$69 $69
Sea Kayak Snapper Island

Snapper Island is one of the most magical places in the area, that can best be accessed by their sea kayaks. With 12 beautiful beaches around the island and fringing coral reefs straight off the beach, it is only available to a few lucky people when the conditions are suitable.

After you are collected from your accommodation in the Port Douglas area travel into the sea country of the Daintree. They gear up and after a safety briefing and some practice they head over to the island, only a 45 minute moderately challenging paddle away.

Once at the island snorkel and rest at beautiful beaches while your guide prepares a gourmet lunch. Then its back to the beach hopping around the island before finally heading back to the mainland in the afternoon.
Minimum 4 people to confirm tour.
It is by far a very cool day.

Includes 8am pickup from your accommodation and return approximately 5pm, Daintree River Ferry, lunch, snacks and spare cold water, dry bags, all kayaking and safety equipment, all GBRMPA permits and EMC (Environmental Management Charge) fees.

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$230 $230

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