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Great Barrier Reef Tour - Cruises - Adrenaline

For outdoor adventurists, traveling to this Natural Wonder is a true pilgrimage. Australia's Great Barrier Reef—it spans 344,000 square kilometres, consists of 900 islands and is composed of 2,900 individual reefs. Needless to say, it’s one the richest and most diverse ecosystems on the planet. There’s so much to see and do that it’s often hard to know where to start. Thankfully, we’ve got the best launching points and most comprehensive Great Barrier Reef tours on the planet. There are scores of ways to create your ideal coral-viewing experience—scuba diving, cruises, glassed-in underwater observatories—if there’s a Great Barrier Reef experience you’re itching for, we’ve got it!
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Introductory Snorkelling and Scuba Diving – Cairns

Discover the fantastically complex undersea world of the Great Barrier Reef on a day of introductory snorkelling or scuba diving. Set off from Cairns! One of the world's top destinations for scuba diving, it offers countless angles from which to explore the Great Barrier Reef. Designed for first-time divers, these adventures commence with a comprehensive lesson that ensures you get the most out of your shallow dive. From these depths, the coral and sea life is often at their most colourful. Bring a waterproof camera!

Cairns Great Barrier Reef Tours

If you're waffling between snorkelling and scuba diving (or aren't tempted by either sport), there's good news—you don't have to choose! Family-friendly Great Barrier Reef tours combine activities for swimmers and non-swimmers, divers and non-divers, young, old—absolutely anybody!

These all-encompassing Great Barrier Reef tours generally begin with a leisurely cruise to a magical destination on the reef. Board a sleek catamaran and sail away to a lush jungle island or reef activity platform. Some tours are completely vessel-based; others send you into the water with all the vibrant marine life!

There’s a Great Barrier Reef snorkelling tour lead by a marine biologist. And if you’re certified, go to even greater depths with a scuba tour (the alien-like lifeforms that call these waters home will blow your mind)!

Don’t feel like getting wet? Observe the underwater sights in a semi-submersible or glass-bottomed boat. There are even opportunities to see the reef from an air-bound angle on a parasailing adventure or a Great Barrier Reef helicopter flight!

Explore the Great Barrier Reef!

A day on the Great Barrier Reef isn’t just about the rainbow-hued sights; these tours let you experience first-hand the necessity of preserving our planet's wondrous underwater ecosystems. Combine adventure with a new appreciation for the natural world when you sail away on a Great Barrier Reef tour!

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