Wings Whitsunday Adventures

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Wings Whitsunday Adventures offers you a combination of sailing, snorkelling and bushwalking amongst the Whitsunday Islands, Whitehaven Beach and the Great Barrier Reef.

Their modern catamarans allow stable sailing and easy movement around the decks for sunbathing, relaxing and socialising with 25 to 31 other passengers. Ages vary from 18 to 60 and special request for kids above eight.

Experience a two day two night Whitsunday Islands and Whitehaven Beach adventure. Their professional Skippers will take you to the best locations in the Whitsundays. Wake up at Whitehaven Beach ( weather permitting) and take a short walk through the rain forest to Hill Inlet lookout for a stunning view over the shifting sands. Snorkel at three to four different locations around the Whitsundays.

Relax on the foredeck for a drink and snacks at sunset while you get to know the other passengers.

Air-conditioned shared facilities you can choose either single or double beds. Your friendly experienced crew will make your Whitsunday adventure a trip of a lifetime.

Activities

  • Sailing
  • Scuba-Diving
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our tours

Wings 2 Day 2 Night

Wings Whitsunday Adventures offers you a combination of snorkelling, sailing and exploring the Whitsunday Islands. The modern catamaran allows stable sailing and easy movement around the decks for sunbathing, relaxing and socialising while on board.

Experience the two night sail and snorkel adventure. Their professional Skipper will take you to the best snorkel sites in the Whitsundays with an opportunity to get to the best locations.. Explore Whitehaven Beach and take a short walk through the rainforest to Hill Inlet lookout for a stunning view over the shifting sands.

Air-conditioned, shared facilities, and you can choose either single or double beds.

Your friendly experienced crew will make your Whitsunday adventure a trip of a lifetime.

Indicative rates

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$499 $499

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