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  • 01Kayaking and Sightseeing in Byron Bay

    Kayaking and Sightseeing in Byron Bay
    • h8 Hours
    • lByron Bay
    • NNNNN39 ratings
    • Tom Ihle
      Tom Ihle
    About the Activity:
    • Get ready to visit the beautiful Byron hinterland and explore the natural wonder of the World Heritage listed Nightcap National Park.
    • Start your trip after getting picked up from Byron Bay at 9.00 AM in an air conditioned vehicle.
    • Enthrall in a guided walk to the spectacular Minyon Falls and relish the stunning natural beauty accompanying you throughout this trip.
    • Relish a delicious BBQ-style lunch with breath taking views before you set off for water adventure.
    • Indulge in thrilling rounds of ocean kayaking ad beat the raging waves as you soar your way in the clear blue waters. Enjoy a great view of Byron’s coastline and lighthouse from the water. You might be even lucky to spot dolphins, turtles and whales.
    • Enjoy free snorkeling and socializing over afternoon tea before ending this exciting tour at 4.00 PM when you will be transferred back to the city.
  • 02Kayaking and Hiking in Byron Bay

    Kayaking and Hiking in Byron Bay
    • d2 Daysn1 Night
    • lByron Bay
    • NNNNN29 ratings
    • Tom Ihle
      Tom Ihle
    About the Activity:
    • Ocean kayaking, wild dolphins, camp fires, night time stargazing, early morning bushwalking, ancient rainforests and jaw-dropping panoramic views await you on this tour.

    • This overnight Byron Bay tour kicks off with a three hour afternoon ocean kayak with our partner Go Sea Kayak Byron Bay, that offers some of the best dolphin spotting in Byron Bay – not to mention turtles and migrating whales (during the winter months). From here, we hit the road for a scenic drive through the Byron hinterland to the Mount Warning National Park where we set-up camp for the night. Unwind and relax around the campfire while you enjoy a delicious BBQ dinner and toast marshmallows before spending the night in your tent under the stars.

    • The next morning, after a delicious continental breakfast, take to the walking track for a two hour (4.5km) self-guided climb up Mount Warning reaching the summit as the sun starts to rise over the easternmost point of Australia.

    • Soak up the awe-inspiring hinterland and ocean views before hitting the descent, which is equally as rewarding with the sounds of the rainforest, rich native wildlife and ancient palms and tree ferns. Every footstep on Mount Warning is like travelling back through hundreds of millions of years.

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