reef education
reef education
We are a small group outer reef tour dedicated to reef education. Snorkelling only at 3 different reef locations during the day. We are passionate about the reef. Experienced marine biologists give guided snorkel tours and reef talks.  campervan relocations
For nearly 30 years, Wavelength has been dedicated to snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. In keeping with our core philosophy of low impact tourism, our small group ensure personal and friendly service and the best possible wildlife viewing opportunities for each guest. This is an intimate, genuine and close to nature reef experience.
You’ll visit three different outer reef sites chosen by the skipper on the day from our wide selection of exclusive outer reef moorings. The weather visibility and tides all influence the destinations – with the aim to show you the best reef, and the diversity of reef types. 
Our sites have been chosen for the quality of the coral and the specific needs of snorkellers, not scuba divers. Snorkelling is the perfect way to see the reef allowing maximum freedom to swim at your own pace where you want. Coral needs sunlight to grow to 90% of all living matter on the reef is in the top 10m.
Reef talks are not an add-on. At Wavelength we’re passionate about marine biology and helping visitors learn more about the wonders of the reef. We’ve always focused on small groups with a high level of interpretation. It makes the day more rewarding and more fun.
Wavelength is one the original pioneers of ecotourism and co-founders of the “Eye on the Reef” program, one of the largest community based coral reef health monitoring systems in the world today.
Our day commences once all passengers are boarded and we head off to the Outer Reef (travelling time approx 1 1/2 hrs). Boat crew will set you up with your snorkelling equipment and give you a safety brief and snorkelling how-to on arrival at your first site. Spend an hour snorkelling at the first outer reef site. Morning Tea. Travel to second site of the day – here the Marine Biologist will lead a snorkel tour. Lunch is served after the second site where the Marine Biologist give a reef talk. Move to the third snorkel site of the day and spend an hour exploring the reef. Afternoon Tea. Head back into Port Douglas.
The day commences with check in at the Wavelength Shop at 8am with a departure at 8:15am. The day finishes at approximately 4:30pm.
We provide complimentary pick up service from Port Douglas accommodations. Please ask when booking for your pickup time.
Photos of the Day – the crew takes photos throughout the day of all the passengers along with the marine life and reef at each site. Approximately 150-200 photos are put onto a Nemo USB along with 100 of our best ever favourite photos for $40.
What to bring:
Please bring swimwear, towel hat and sunglasses.
Cancellation policy:
if cancellation is more than 24 hours in advance then full refund available.
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