Feel the thrill of flying over the picturesque coral-studded sea before landing on Vlasoff Cay, a pristine and secluded island. Here, you will enjoy a gourmet picnic hamper and sparkling wine amongst the Great Barrier Reef. Snorkel straight off the beach after your picnic in paradise.
There are some pieces of paradise that are out of reach unless you make the effort to get there. Like the tiny pristine beaches hiding in the huge expanse of the Great Barrier Reef. You’re going to have to go by helicopter, and yes, it’s going to be worth it.
Hop on board your helicopter ride, just for two, and prepare to be launched high in the sky over the turquoise blue waters surrounding Cairns. The only thing better than the view from the top, is the thrill of soaring over it. For about 20 minutes you’ll be racing over the reef on your way to Vlasoff Cay - a beautiful, sequestered sand cay miles away from the bustling beaches back on land.
This is an opportunity to occupy your own private oasis right in the heart of Australia’s iconic Great Barrier Reef. Once your helicopter drops you off on the white sand island, you’re all set for an absolutely unforgettable beach picnic undisturbed by other beach-goers. Pop the sparkling wine, dig into your gourmet hamper, and kick back in your private paradise. For two hours you can eat, drink, explore the shoreline, lounge in the shallow crystal waters or snorkel the colourful reef straight off the cay. There’s a whole bustling world of marine life you can investigate right off shore with just your swimmers and a snorkel.
When the time comes you’ll climb aboard for your helicopter to return to Cairns and take flight back over the Great Barrier Reef. If you’re into flying, beaches and snorkeling, this is the experience for you.
Great Barrier Reef (Cairns)