• Australia
  • Everything New Zealand

Easy to book - Secure Online Payments - Instant email confirmation - Flexible to make changes

Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway Port Douglas

  • Pin on Pinterest
  • Share on Facebook
Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway

from AUD$271.00 (includes AUD$6.00 reef tax)

  • Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway image 1
  • Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway image 2
  • Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway image 3
  • Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway image 4
  • Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway image 5
  • Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway image 6

Watch Video

Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway

Prices & Options (includes AUD$6.00 reef tax) Currency Converter

Adult: AUD$271.00

Child (4-12yrs): AUD$189.00

Family (2ad+2ch): AUD$830.00

Optional Extras:

  • cairns transfers (adult) AUD$48.00
  • cairns transfers (child) AUD$31.00
  • cairns transfers (family 2ad+2ch) AUD$158.00

Latest Questions about Low Isles Day Trip - Port Douglas - Sailaway (Port Douglas)

We have a 11month old son can we attend the trip with him? Mum and baby will stay on the boat the entire trip.

Comments

Heya, Yes babies are allowed on the trip no problem. You will all need to leave the boat at one point when they put you on a slightly smaller boat which takes about 20 people to take you to an island for a stop there. It is perfectly safe and easy to bring your baby on this part of the trip. Hope this helps, Alicia

Comment by: Alicia - Everything Cairns on 6th Oct 17 at 12:33

1 comment - Post a Comment

DOES YOUR COMPANY refund on low isles from port douglas if the weather turns rough .We are sailing through on the sun princess early september . thanks

Comments

If any Cairns or Port Douglas reef trip or Low Isles day tour is cancelled due to bad weather then you will be given the option of rescheduling to another day or receiving a full refund.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 29th Aug 16 at 21:13

1 comment - Post a Comment

do people in their mid 60's do this trip? My partner does not snorkel - can he find a tree and relax under it? Will he be the odd man out and therefore uncomfortable? My guess is YES so please be honest.

Comments

Hi Jan,

Yes many people in their mid 60's go to the Great Barrier Reef and you don't have to snorkel, just the trip out there is stunning enough. He may very well be the only person that  does not go for a snorkel but by no means the off one out as snorkeling is only one part of this trip. I myself have been to the reef with people that have not even got in the ocean.

Regards,

Nigel

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Nigel) on 26th Aug 12 at 11:47

1 comment - Post a Comment

96%
rating

96% of new customers that used Everything Australia to provide advice and securely book their Australia activities have let us know they've had a good or excellent experience with us. Thank you.