Cairns, Australia - Australia & New Zealand Cruises

Laid-back Cairns is your gateway to the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, a spectacular location for snorkelling and diving among kaleidoscopic marine life and coral. Follow Foreshore Promenade around the lagoon filled with pleasure craft or take a scenic railway ride to the tranquil mountain village of Kuranda.

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Excursions

Please note: The shore excursions listed are typical for this port. The full programme of shore excursions available for your cruise will be displayed on Cruise Personaliser at least 12 weeks prior to departure.

  • Aboriginals & Army Duck

    Experience the tropical rainforest from a unique perspective and gain an insight into the mystical ways of Aboriginal life.

    Aboriginals & Army Duck

    Enjoy a drive to the lush tablelands of Kuranda for a visit to the Rainforestation Nature Park. Board your amphibious Army Duck, an unusual mode of travel that complements the beauty of the forest with its open view accompanied by the knowledgeable commentary of your 'Duck Captain'. The flora, fauna and general ecology of this World Heritage Rainforest will both fascinate and impress you. Your Army Duck will then take to the water for a cruise alongside the jungle, so keep watch for the variety of life that resides in this fascinating environment.

    Back on land, you will have the chance to relax in the bush Amphitheatre as you watch The Aboriginal Pamagirri Corroboree; a traditional Aboriginal dance performance depicting aspects of indigenous culture including animals, food gathering and hunting. The beautiful, natural backdrop of the rainforest serves as the theatre walls whilst sounds of wildlife provide accompaniment to the haunting sounds of the didgeridoo and clapsticks. Afterwards, take a stroll down the Dreamtime Walk where you will witness demonstrations of didgeridoo playing, boomerang and spear throwing.


    This excursion will operate by coach and amphibious vehicle. Please note there is up to an hour of walking over paved and some uneven earth surfaces. There are steep steps to negotiate to board the Army Duck. Comfortable, flat, walking shoes and bottled water are recommended. Order of highlights may vary.

    Tour code

    YK1_004

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    Duration

    4 hours

  • Mossman Gorge & Port Douglas

    Combine a visit to one of the oldest rainforests in the world, with free time in Port Douglas.

    Mossman Gorge & Port Douglas

    A leisurely drive of approximately 1½ hours will take you from the pier along one of Australias’s most scenic coastal routes up to Mossman and Port Douglas.

    Nestled in the World Heritage Listed Daintree Rainforest, Mossman Gorge contains one of the oldest, continuously surviving rainforests in the world. The Mossman Gorge Centre is a new indigenous eco tourism development and is the gateway to Mossman Gorge. Upon arrival at the visitor centre, you will be transferred to the rainforest paths to enjoy a guided walk with a local guide through the lush tropical rainforest. This beautiful area contains cascading waterfalls, towering mountains and colourful flora and fauna. During your walk, there will be time for you to have a refreshing swim in the clear waters that the gorge has to offer.

    After your visit to Mossman Gorge, a short drive will take you to the attractive town of Port Douglas. You’ll have approximately one hour of free time to explore the shops and purchase luncheon in one of the many local restaurants or cafés.



    BEACH/WATER RELATED EXCURSIONS
    For any excursion involving water, guests are reminded to exercise particular care. Alcohol and eating a full meal should be avoided before swimming. If buoyancy aids are provided for an activity they must be worn at all times. You should bear in mind that the sea is unpredictable. Lifeguards are unlikely to be present and there may not be a flag system to indicate whether or not it is safe to go in the water. In addition, beach activities may not be supervised or accompanied and so you should take care to satisfy yourself as to the safety of the beach and/or the sea at the time of your excursion. Please exercise caution when entering the sea as the seabed and aquatic environment is capable of springing surprises and we have not inspected the beach or seabed for its safety. Children must be supervised by you at all times near water. All activities on the beach, water and in the sea are undertaken at your own risk. You’ll need to take swimwear, a towel, sunscreen and flat shoes that can be worn in the water.

    LIABILITY
    Cunard will arrange for the excursions to be performed by the relevant excursion provider. Cunard does not provide or supply the excursion services. Cunard will exercise reasonable care and skill in the selection of the excursion provider, but will not in any circumstances have a greater liability than the excursion supplier and Cunard shall not be responsible for the negligent acts/omissions of the excursion supplier. Please note that in relation to all excursions Cunard is not responsible or liable for any loss, damage, or injury sustained by you unless such loss, damage or injury arises out of a breach of legal duty of Cunard.

    TRAVEL INSURANCE
    Before booking any activity excursions it is essential that you ensure your travel insurance extends to cover the specified activity. It is your responsibility to obtain adequate insurance.

    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. Luncheon is not included in the tour but can be purchased during the free time in Port Douglas. Guests are reminded to take local currency, wear swimwear and take a towel. The swimming is in a fresh water river and the currents can be strong depending on the amount of rainfall. Lockers are not available.

    Tour code

    YK1_010

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    6 hours

  • The Great Barrier Reef

    Enjoy a once in a lifetime experience at the world’s largest reef system, the Great Barrier Reef.

    The Great Barrier Reef

    Hop aboard a luxury catamaran, for a 1½ hour transfer to the purpose-built pontoon at the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

    At the Great Barrier Reef you will have around three hours to indulge in a variety of activities. This submerged paradise can be explored from the pontoon’s viewing chamber and by taking a ride in the semi-submersible, enabling you to spot the different species of tropical fish and intricate coral gardens that inhabit this diverse reef system without getting wet. For those wishing to get closer to the world’s richest marine habitat there will be plenty of time to swim and snorkel or simply relax on the shaded sun deck and admire the views.

    During your visit enjoy a buffet luncheon accompanied by tea or coffee.


    ACTIVITY EXCURSIONS
    You and all those in your party should be aware that, in undertaking activity excursions, you will be involved in a degree of physical exertion and/or activity such as hiking, biking, snorkelling, kayaking, diving etc. By booking the excursion you confirm that you and all those in your party are in good physical and mental condition, with no history of conditions such as seizures, dizziness, fainting, heart condition, respiratory problems or back/neck problems (by way of example only). You should also ensure that no one in your party is taking medicine that carries a warning about impairment of physical or mental abilities. If you are pregnant this type of excursion may not be appropriate for you. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are fit and well enough to take part in the activities booked and you are reminded to take care for your own safety. Because of the risks associated with activity excursions, you may be asked by the excursion provider to sign a document which may affect or limit the excursion provider’s liability. Comfortable flat walking shoes are recommended.

    BEACH/WATER RELATED EXCURSIONS
    For any excursion involving water, guests are reminded to exercise particular care. Alcohol and eating a full meal should be avoided before swimming. If buoyancy aids are provided for an activity they must be worn at all times. You should bear in mind that the sea is unpredictable. Lifeguards are unlikely to be present and there may not be a flag system to indicate whether or not it is safe to go in the water. In addition, beach activities may not be supervised or accompanied and so you should take care to satisfy yourself as to the safety of the beach and/or the sea at the time of your excursion. Please exercise caution when entering the sea as the seabed and aquatic environment is capable of springing surprises and we have not inspected the beach or seabed for its safety. Children must be supervised by you at all times near water. All activities on the beach, water and in the sea are undertaken at your own risk. You’ll need to take swimwear, a towel, sunscreen and flat shoes that can be worn in the water.

    SCUBA DIVING
    All guests wishing to participate in a certified dive tour must hold a PADI open water scuba certification or BSAC Ocean Diver certification. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate divers with either a PADI Junior Open Water or a PADI Scuba Dive rating due to the depth limitations imposed by these qualifications. In line with the recommendations by the sports-diving industry, we strongly recommend that divers undertake a refresher course if they have not been diving within the last six months. You must be aged 15 or over, carry your dive certification card with you and we recommend that you carry your diving log or proof that you’ve recently completed a refresher course. If you are a certified diver, but are unable to meet our requirements we recommend taking the Discover Scuba excursion as an alternative.

    For Discover Scuba courses you don’t need any scuba experience but you must be 13 or over and be able to swim. You’ll also need to complete a medical/liability consent form before you go - but if you suffer from asthma, diabetes, heart problems or other medical conditions you won’t be able to take part. Please visit www.padi.com/padi/en/sd/whatsrequired.aspx for more information.

    LIABILITY
    Cunard will arrange for the excursions to be performed by the relevant excursion provider. Cunard does not provide or supply the excursion services. Cunard will exercise reasonable care and skill in the selection of the excursion provider, but will not in any circumstances have a greater liability than the excursion supplier and Cunard shall not be responsible for the negligent acts/omissions of the excursion supplier. Please note that in relation to all excursions Cunard is not responsible or liable for any loss, damage, or injury sustained by you unless such loss, damage or injury arises out of a breach of legal duty of Cunard.

    TRAVEL INSURANCE
    Before booking any activity excursions it is essential that you ensure your travel insurance extends to cover the specified activity. It is your responsibility to obtain adequate insurance.

    This excursion will operate by catamaran. There are approximately ten steps to negotiate to board the catamaran, the semi-submersible and the viewing chamber. Please bring a towel, sunscreen and swimwear. Valuables should be left onboard the ship, as there are no lockers available. There is a no smoking policy onboard the catamaran and reef pontoon. The tour operates in all weather and cancellation is at the discretion of the Harbour Master. Those prone to seasickness should take the necessary precautions. Independent suppliers at the pontoon offer watersports such as scuba and guided snorkel tours, these are provided by parties unconnected to Cunard Cruises and are payable direct. Qualified scuba divers require proof of certification. Please remember to carry a credit card or local currency for any additional purchases.

    Tour code

    YK1_001

    Features

    • Activity low

      Activity Level: Low

    • Meal included

      Meal Included

    • Refreshments included

      Refreshments included

    Duration

    7 hours

  • Snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef

    Enjoy a once in a lifetime experience at the world’s largest reef system, the Great Barrier Reef.

    Snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef

    Cruise to a private mooring in the Great Barrier Reef National Park, by luxury catamaran.

    At the Great Barrier Reef you will have around 3 ½ hours to discover the beauty and colours of the reef and rich marine life. The ideal way to really appreciate this diverse reef system is to see it up close. After donning your snorkelling equipment, enter the water directly from a special platform and discover the delights of this submerged paradise. Witness the different species of colourful tropical fish and intricate coral gardens in their natural environment. Definitely a sight not to be missed!

    When you get hungry a hearty buffet luncheon, accompanied by tea or coffee, will be waiting on board the catamaran.

    For those who would prefer not to get wet, you can sunbathe on the top deck of the catamaran or view the underwater world from a glass-bottom boat.

    Afternoon tea will be served on the return journey.


    ACTIVITY EXCURSIONS
    You and all those in your party should be aware that, in undertaking activity excursions, you will be involved in a degree of physical exertion and/or activity such as hiking, biking, snorkelling, kayaking, diving etc. By booking the excursion you confirm that you and all those in your party are in good physical and mental condition, with no history of conditions such as seizures, dizziness, fainting, heart condition, respiratory problems or back/neck problems (by way of example only). You should also ensure that no one in your party is taking medicine that carries a warning about impairment of physical or mental abilities. If you are pregnant this type of excursion may not be appropriate for you. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are fit and well enough to take part in the activities booked and you are reminded to take care for your own safety. Because of the risks associated with activity excursions, you may be asked by the excursion provider to sign a document which may affect or limit the excursion provider’s liability. Comfortable flat walking shoes are recommended.

    BEACH/WATER RELATED EXCURSIONS
    For any excursion involving water, guests are reminded to exercise particular care. Alcohol and eating a full meal should be avoided before swimming. If buoyancy aids are provided for an activity they must be worn at all times. You should bear in mind that the sea is unpredictable. Lifeguards are unlikely to be present and there may not be a flag system to indicate whether or not it is safe to go in the water. In addition, beach activities may not be supervised or accompanied and so you should take care to satisfy yourself as to the safety of the beach and/or the sea at the time of your excursion. Please exercise caution when entering the sea as the seabed and aquatic environment is capable of springing surprises and we have not inspected the beach or seabed for its safety. Children must be supervised by you at all times near water. All activities on the beach, water and in the sea are undertaken at your own risk. You’ll need to take swimwear, a towel, sunscreen and flat shoes that can be worn in the water.

    SCUBA DIVING
    All guests wishing to participate in a certified dive tour must hold a PADI open water scuba certification or BSAC Ocean Diver certification. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate divers with either a PADI Junior Open Water or a PADI Scuba Dive rating due to the depth limitations imposed by these qualifications. In line with the recommendations by the sports-diving industry, we strongly recommend that divers undertake a refresher course if they have not been diving within the last six months. You must be aged 15 or over, carry your dive certification card with you and we recommend that you carry your diving log or proof that you’ve recently completed a refresher course. If you are a certified diver, but are unable to meet our requirements we recommend taking the Discover Scuba excursion as an alternative.

    For Discover Scuba courses you don’t need any scuba experience but you must be 15 or over and be able to swim. You’ll also need to complete a medical/liability consent form before you go - but if you suffer from asthma, diabetes, heart problems or other medical conditions you won’t be able to take part. Please visit www.padi.com/padi/en/sd/whatsrequired.aspx for more information.

    LIABILITY
    Cunard will arrange for the excursions to be performed by the relevant excursion provider. Cunard does not provide or supply the excursion services. Cunard will exercise reasonable care and skill in the selection of the excursion provider, but will not in any circumstances have a greater liability than the excursion supplier and Cunard shall not be responsible for the negligent acts/omissions of the excursion supplier. Please note that in relation to all excursions Cunard is not responsible or liable for any loss, damage, or injury sustained by you unless such loss, damage or injury arises out of a breach of legal duty of Cunard.

    TRAVEL INSURANCE
    Before booking any activity excursions it is essential that you ensure your travel insurance extends to cover the specified activity. It is your responsibility to obtain adequate insurance.

    This excursion will operate by catamaran. There are two steps to access the catamaran and four steps to board the glass-bottom boat. Snorkel masks and fins are provided. Please bring a towel, sunscreen and swimwear. Valuables should be left on the ship, as there are no lockers available on board the catamaran. Guests are reminded not to touch or remove any coral. There is a no smoking policy on the catamaran. The tour will operate in all weather and cancellation is at the discretion of the Harbour Master. Those prone to seasickness should take the necessary precautions. Independent suppliers on the vessel offer watersports such as scuba diving and guided snorkel tours, these are provided by parties unconnected to Cunard and are payable direct. Qualified scuba divers require proof of certification. Before you book this excursion, you must refer to the ‘Activity Excursion’ and ‘Beach/Water Related’ related paragraphs under the ‘Guide to Symbols’ in this brochure. Please remember to carry a credit card or local currency for any additional purchases.

    Tour code

    YK1_011

    Features

    • Activity low

      Activity Level: Low

    • Meal included

      Meal Included

    • Refreshments included

      Refreshments included

    Duration

    7 hours

  • Jungle Train, Army Duck & Wildlife

    Enjoy a scenic railway journey with a visit to the Rainforestation Park and an Army Duck ride. A truly Australian experience.

    Jungle Train, Army Duck & Wildlife

    The famous Kuranda Scenic Railway is a breathtaking journey comprising unsurpassed views of dense rainforest and steep ravines. Listen to the informative commentary as your journey takes you up to 1,076 feet above sea level. Relax as you pass through World Heritage protected tropical rainforest, tunnels, over bridges, past spectacular waterfalls and into the awesome Barron Gorge.

    On arrival in Kuranda, join your coach for a brief drive through Kuranda Village to the unique Rainforestation Park. Experience the tropical rainforest from a different perspective – aboard an amphibious World War II Army Duck. During your unforgettable 20 minute rainforest tour, your knowledgeable Duck Captain will point out a variety of flora, fauna, bird and water life. A visit to the nearby Koala and Wildlife Sanctuary will provide close-up, uninterrupted views from a series of elevated boardwalks of Australian wildlife including koalas, crocodiles, wombats, dingoes, kangaroos and wallabies.

    On the return coach journey, enjoy scenic views of Cairns, the Coral Sea and Green Island.


    This excursion will operate by coach, train and amphibious vehicle. The Kuranda Scenic Railway is rustic and non air-conditioned with high-backed benches with views from one side of the train. There are three large steps to board the train and numerous steps at the station. There is some uneven terrain at the Rainforestation Park. Comfortable, flat, enclosed shoes and bottled water are recommended.

    Tour code

    YK1_002

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    Duration

    5 hours

  • Leisurely Cairns

    Enjoy a leisurely introduction to the sights and scenery of Cairns and its surrounding area from the comfort of your coach.

    Leisurely Cairns

    Absorb the views from mountain ranges to the sparkling Coral Sea, as you head towards the luxury resort and exclusive residential enclave of Palm Cove. With long stretches of sugar cane fields on either side, see the vista of indulgence as you drive down the foreshore esplanade. On arrival at the Botanical Gardens there will be a brief stop to enjoy the beautiful scents and colours of the tropical flora and fauna.

    As you travel through Cairns, your driver will provide you with facts about Cairns' history and development, whilst pointing out the highlights of the area such as the Casino, Central Mall and numerous shops located in the bustling downtown area. Your drive will also take you past the Navy Patrol Base, the shipyards, the Sugar Terminal and the Fishing Base, which provided a lucrative source of revenue for this prosperous region.

    The coach passes through the town of Portsmith before traversing the suburbs of Bungalow and Manunda, which feature lovely old Queenslander-style homes. Before returning to the ship, you will pass through Redlynch to Brinsmead Gap, where you will enjoy picturesque views of the city.


    This excursion will operate by coach. Most of the sightseeing is conducted from the comfort of your coach. Approximately 30 minutes will be spent at the Botanical Gardens. The terrain is mostly paved with some uneven grassy areas. Walking is at guests' own discretion. Guests may opt to remain in Cairns at the end of the tour and return to the ship at their own leisure on the shuttle bus.

    Tour code

    YK1_003

    Features

    • Activity low

      Activity Level: Low

    Duration

    3 hours

  • Hartley's Crocodile Adventure

    Spend your time discovering the unusual array of Australian wildlife and get close to the crocodiles on a captivating lagoon cruise.

    Hartley's Crocodile Adventure

    Situated on the magnificent coastal drive between Palm Cove and Port Douglas, Hartley's Crocodile Adventures is the best place to see crocodiles and native wildlife in tropical North Queensland.

    Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures is an award-winning eco-adventure park that has been carefully created on a 24 acre World Heritage location. It provides an innovative approach to viewing and interacting with wildlife, enabling you to become immersed safely in a natural environment. The park contains more than a mile of boardwalks and pathways that lead you on a journey of discovery through woodlands and rainforest where you can see an array of wildlife, including beautiful tropical birds, reptiles, insects and other native fauna.

    The main highlight of the park is the lagoon cruise and crocodile feeding. The lagoon cruise takes you through the crocodile's habitat in specially designed boats, allowing you to watch as the crocodiles laze on the bank, build their nests and interact with each other just as they would in the wild.

    After discovering some of Australia's fascinating wildlife, you will be taken to Port Douglas, one of Australia's premier tropical and residential resort towns. You will have around one hour to explore this chic town at your own leisure.


    This excursion will operate by coach and boat. Approximately 2½ hours is spent at Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures, most of which is unguided giving you to flexibility to explore at your own pace. Please check timings of the lagoon cruises and crocodile feeding on arrival. The lagoon cruise cannot accommodate wheelchairs.

    Tour code

    YK1_009

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    5 hours

  • Rainforest Skyrail & Butterflies

    A unique opportunity to ride over the Tropical Rainforest in a cable car and visit the largest butterfly enclosure in Australia.

    Rainforest Skyrail & Butterflies

    Enjoy a visit to the Australia Butterfly Sanctuary, which is home to over 1,500 magnificent tropical butterflies. All the butterflies are local rainforest species, including an iconic Kuranda Butterfly, the electric blue Ulysses Butterfly, and the majestic fluoro green and yellow Cairns Birdwing. The colourful butterflies are reared on site and released into the aviary, which is designed to replicate their natural habitat, complete with a running stream.

    Kuranda Village is a haven for markets, cafés, restaurants and art and crafts stores. Peruse the shops and perhaps buy some local handicrafts or items such as opals or aboriginal souvenirs including didgeridoos.

    The Skyrail Rainforest Cableway takes you on an amazing experience over Australia’s World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest canopy and deep into the rainforest. Gliding just feet above one of the most botanically fascinating and diverse areas on earth, the Skyrail journey immerses you in a memorable rainforest experience whilst you enjoy stunning scenery and panoramic views.



    This excursion will operate by coach and skyrail. The gondolas seat six people and the journey lasts approximately 75 minutes. There are steps to be negotiated when boarding the gondolas. Guests are advised that a slight delay may be experienced during loading and unloading of the gondolas. Sightings of specific wildlife cannot be guaranteed. Walking at the Butterfly Sanctuary and in Kuranda is at guests’ own discretion.

    Tour code

    YK1_007

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    4 hours

  • Rainforest Rafting Adventure

    Delight in the thrill of river rafting whilst being surrounded by beautiful lush rainforest.

    Rainforest Rafting Adventure

    Your rafting adventure begins after a short safety briefing and instruction. You will then board your rafts for a two hour thrilling ride through the Barron Gorge National Park and the World Heritage-listed Wet Tropics. The Gorge itself lies along a traditional pathway used by the indigenous Djubagai people. During your journey you will discover why the Barron’s rapids have names such as ‘Rooster Tail’, ‘Cheese Churn’ and ‘Hell’s Gate’. When you reach the calmer sections you will have the opportunity to enjoy the ethereal beauty of the world’s oldest rainforest and waterfalls from a unique perspective.

    Refreshments will be served as you reflect on your memorable rafting experience.


    ACTIVITY EXCURSIONS
    You and all those in your party should be aware that, in undertaking activity excursions, you will be involved in a degree of physical exertion and/or activity such as hiking, biking, snorkelling, kayaking, diving etc. By booking the excursion you confirm that you and all those in your party are in good physical and mental condition, with no history of conditions such as seizures, dizziness, fainting, heart condition, respiratory problems or back/neck problems (by way of example only). You should also ensure that no one in your party is taking medicine that carries a warning about impairment of physical or mental abilities. If you are pregnant this type of excursion may not be appropriate for you. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are fit and well enough to take part in the activities booked and you are reminded to take care for your own safety. Because of the risks associated with activity excursions, you may be asked by the excursion provider to sign a document which may affect or limit the excursion provider’s liability. Comfortable flat walking shoes are recommended.

    BEACH/WATER RELATED EXCURSIONS
    For any excursion involving water, guests are reminded to exercise particular care. Alcohol and eating a full meal should be avoided before swimming. If buoyancy aids are provided for an activity they must be worn at all times. You should bear in mind that the sea is unpredictable. Lifeguards are unlikely to be present and there may not be a flag system to indicate whether or not it is safe to go in the water. In addition, beach activities may not be supervised or accompanied and so you should take care to satisfy yourself as to the safety of the beach and/or the sea at the time of your excursion. Please exercise caution when entering the sea as the seabed and aquatic environment is capable of springing surprises and we have not inspected the beach or seabed for its safety. Children must be supervised by you at all times near water. All activities on the beach, water and in the sea are undertaken at your own risk. You’ll need to take swimwear, a towel, sunscreen and flat shoes that can be worn in the water.

    LIABILITY
    Cunard will arrange for the excursions to be performed by the relevant excursion provider. Cunard does not provide or supply the excursion services. Cunard will exercise reasonable care and skill in the selection of the excursion provider, but will not in any circumstances have a greater liability than the excursion supplier and Cunard shall not be responsible for the negligent acts/omissions of the excursion supplier. Please note that in relation to all excursions Cunard is not responsible or liable for any loss, damage, or injury sustained by you unless such loss, damage or injury arises out of a breach of legal duty of Cunard.

    TRAVEL INSURANCE
    Before booking any activity excursions it is essential that you ensure your travel insurance extends to cover the specified activity. It is your responsibility to obtain adequate insurance.

    This excursion will operate by minibus and river raft. Participants should be physically fit and competent swimmers. You will need to complete a medical questionnaire prior to rafting and will be required to wear a life jacket. This tour is not suitable for those injuries or conditions, which may be affected by the bumpy ride. Pregnant women and children under 13 cannot participate. Please remember to wear swimwear and trainers that can get wet. You will need to bring a towel, a change of clothes, hat and sun protection. Personal belongings will be transferred to the pickup point. Jewellery and other valuables must be left on the ship.

    Tour code

    YK1_008

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Refreshments included

      Refreshments included

    Duration

    4 hours

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