An hour sailing time from Port Douglas, Low Isles is an idyllic tropical paradise that appeals to everyone. The calm lagoon and wide sandy beach areideal for swimming. The Wavedancer is the most popular boat trip from Port Douglas to Low Island. The 30-metre catamaran sailing vessel has to be seen to be believed. The Low Isles are surrounded by 55 acres of reef and are located 15 kilometres north- east of Port Douglas. Snorkelling is easy and enjoyable because the reefs are very close to the island.
Can you take your own boat to Low Isles?
Several operators can take you to Low Isles, however Reef Sprinter’s Low Isles Reef Tour is one of the most affordable options. It takes 15 minutes to get there, and you will get 90 minutes to snorkel the waters and reef before you head out on a glass bottom boat tour.
How far is Cape Tribulation from Port Douglas?
Located 85 km north of Port Douglas, Cape Tribulation is an eco tourism hot spot and forms a coastal section of the Daintree Rainforest. Visitors to the region can either hire a car or take a self drive tour of Cape Tribulation.
Can you snorkel off Port Douglas?
Snorkel the Outer Reef with 90 percent of the reef’s diversity occurring within four metres of the surface. Snorkelling cruise companies leave fromPort Douglas daily.
Can you get to Green Island from Port Douglas?
There is a distance between Port Douglas and Green Island. How do I get to Green Island without a car? The cheapest way to get from Port Douglas to Green Island is by bus and ferry.
Can you get to Fitzroy Island from Port Douglas?
There isn’t a direct connection from Port Douglas to Fitzroy Island. You can take the taxi to Port Douglas, then take the bus to the island.
How do I get to Michaelmas Cay?
The location of Michaelmas Cay is 40 kilometers North-East. Private boats or commercial reef day tours can give you daily access to Michaelmas Cay. There is no overnight camping allowed on the Great Barrier Reef coral cay island.