This kayaking experience is a great way to enjoy the natural beauty of the reef systems and rock formations around the Broome peninsula. The tour is as enjoyable for kids as it is adults and the entire family and includes an exciting three hour tour, refreshments and expert guides. From vivid red cliffs, turquoise water, Cable Beach sunsets, blowholes and awesome tides, this paddle adventure has it all.
People per certificate:
Certificate covers 1 Adult.
If you have never been in a kayak before, this is one of the most beautiful places to do it. Spot turtles and other marine life from your kayak whilst exploring the amazing area we will be paddling in. At the beach you will receive a waterproof bag for your personal gear and a buoyancy vest. After a brief paddle and safety instruction about the kayaks we get on the water. There are a number of reef systems and fantastic rock formations around the Broome Peninsula. Stop off at a landing point for cool drinks, crackers and dips. Here you can explore the area and on various tides spot ancient fern fossils, swim in ocean spa pools or have a hermit crab race! The red rock formations against the azure water are impressive and there is always the opportunity to view bird and marine life out on the water and the kayak provides a
16 years old and over. Child certificate available for ages 6-15 years old.
Numbers on day:
Up to 14 people
What to bring/Dress code:
Wear your bathers, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, footwear (thongs or sandals), camera, personal water bottle and sense of fun and adventure.
In the case of bad weather conditions the tour may be postponed.
Morning and sunset options available. Established in 2001, this accredited adventure company operates sea kayak tours around the Broome peninsula all year round. The business is Eco-tourism accredited and is a WA accredited tourism business. In 2003 the business won the "New Product Development Award" at the Kimberley Tourism Awards. It considers itself a leader in the facilitation of an outstanding adventure tourism product within Western Australia.