Join your skipper and eco host on a semi-rigid inflatable boat. Zoom through tropical waters to Whitehaven Island, one of the largest of the 74 islands. Depending on the weather, your trip can range from exciting and fast to hair-raising! Whitehaven Beach is perfect for swimming. You can also join a guided walk to Hill Inlet lookout for picture-postcard views across to Pentecost Island. Return to Airlie Beach in the early afternoon. The island is totally uninhabited and offers a chance to get back to nature, but that also means there are no amenities or shops.
Please wear your swimsuit under yours clothes, comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, a hat and jacket. Bring plenty of biodegradable sunscreen, bottled water and a beach towel. Please be aware that this tour is likely to be a bumpy, action-packed ride in certain weather conditions. For safety reasons, pregnant women and guests with hip, back, or neck injuries, heart conditions, and with walking or breathing difficulties may not participate on this excursion. Box jellyfish and stinger season generally starts with the onset of the wet season across the top of northern Australia, usually between October and April. Guests must sign a waiver before participation.