Tangatours - Moreton Island

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Operating on the beachfront of Tangalooma Island Resort, Tangatours is an exciting adventure and tourism operator which provides both land and water based activities to the resort and day guests.

What a perfect way to spend a day in paradise, sailing along the crystal clear waters of Moreton Bay in one of their easy to use Catamarans, getting up close and personal with the large array of sea life on their fish feeding, snorkelling or diving tours and much much more!

They ensure their activities are fun and challenging - seven days a week!

Our Tours

Enjoy a unique guided snorkelling experience, only a five minute boat ride from the resort. 15 purposely sunk ships form the perfect artificial reef to snorkel around. You will see a large range of fish and corals that will leave you wanting more. All equipment is provided.

Tours run daily, dependent on weather conditions.

Indicative rates

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$49 $49

Challenge your balance and coordination as you join one of their guided Segway tours along the beachfront of Tangalooma Island Resort. You can choose between an introductory 25 minute session or advanced scenic 90 minute session.

Indicative rates

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$55 $99

Whether you are an experienced or first time Scuba Diver, Tangatours has a dive package to suit your needs. Experience the vast array of marine life that lives amongst the Tangalooma wrecks whilst taking part in either an Introductory or Certified dive.

Indicative rates

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$119 $139

Explore the beautiful Tangalooma Wrecks from above and below the water.

There are over 200 species of fish, stingrays and turtles in the area to swim with. Equipment, boat trips and experienced guidance provided. You will be able to see the amazing colours of the reef and many fish below the kayak.

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