Indicative Rate* $120.00 to $120.00 Tour - All Inclusive (Single)
Venture beyond the picturesque Whitsunday coastline to its estuaries in Proserpine - just half an hour coach drive from Airlie Beach. This wetland environment sustains an array of native wildlife including saltwater crocodiles and other reptiles, wallabies and other mammals, birds, insects and native vegetation.
Cruise down the calm waters of Proserpine River, on this all weather day tour, checking out the residents of the mangrove habitat, including crocodile spotting. Enjoy a delicious Aussie barbecue at the tour's campsite, with special diets available on request. Afterward, board an open-air, tractor-drawn wagon-train travelling through wetlands, seasonal waterholes and a melaleuca forest. Traditional billy tea and damper, cooked on site, will finish off your eco tour.... more
Commentary is provided by experienced, local guides throughout the day. As an owner-operated tour, excellent customer service and attention to detail is guaranteed.
Established in 2000, the tour is a Green Travel Leader, holding advanced certification with Ecotourism Australia for over 10 years.... less
The Whitsunday Crocodile Safari is a full day nature exploration that incorporates a number of different activities to ensure you see the very best of the wild Whitsundays. Included in the day is a calm-water river cruise along the Proserpine River sighting crocodiles and an array of other wildlife, an open air wagon tour through wetlands, a Queensland mud crab capture display, billy tea and damper and barbecue lunch. Full commentary is provided by our experienced, local guides. Advance accreditation with Ecotourism Australia.
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Derived from 1 person rate.
Children: Children are welcome.
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