Private Charter - 2 Night Adventure
- 天數: 3 天 (左右)
- 产品编号: TOUR-ADVP8PM
Our award-winning 2-Night Great White Adventure is back running again! This tour now includes OCEAN FLOOR CAGE DIVING for our qualified SCUBA divers. This trip is ideal for anyone who, a little pressed for time, has ever wanted to jump into the cage and experience the thrill of seeing Great White Sharks up close. Even watching them from the boat is amazing. You’ll also learn about the Great White’s habitat and see, firsthand, how they interact with their environment. It is an Adventure for all ages, although we recommend children are at least 8 years old, and able to cope in an adult environment.
Our Rodney Fox Crew will meet you outside of the Marina Hotel, Port Lincoln at 8.00 pm. Our team will then escort yourself and your luggage to the MV Rodney. Welcome aboard at 8.00 PM, formal inductions and safety talk will begin, followed by being shown to your cabins to unload your belongings. We then begin our journey to the Neptune Islands! Retire to your cabin when you're ready to hit the hay!
Wake up at the beautiful Neptune Islands! The cages hit the water, divers briefed and you'll be diving in the Surface Cage and also with the Ocean Floor Cage for SCUBA divers. We also like to hop in the tender boat, check out the Long-Nosed Fur Seals and go walking around the Neptune Islands. Here, there are many bird species to watch and the more elusive Australian Sea Lions can also sometimes be spotted. The evening brings the opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Neptune Islands, listening to the sounds of the seals with a chilled glass of white. There is plenty of time to chill out and rest. We have heaps of games on board, as well as books and videos, and sometimes host a night of shark quizzes and fun – it’s really up to you how you spend the evening. Leave location to return to Port Lincoln.
Enjoy a continental breakfast on board and disembark by 8.00 AM.
*Itinerary is indicative only (subject to weather and any other circumstances that may affect the scheduling of events).