Your tour begins with quick two-minute walk to Kanumera Bay where you’ll meet your local guides and board a small boat bound for Turtle Bay. As you glide across the bright blue tropical water with the wind in your hair, you’ll pass stunning mushroom shaped rock formations that rise dramatically out of the water.
At Turtle Bay, if the turtles are feeling friendly, you might get the chance to join them for a swim. Keep an eye out for stingrays, manta rays, reef sharks and dolphins that also frequent the area.
Take a short boat ride over to uninhabited Brush Island, a wonderful stereotype of the classic castaway island where white sand is shaded by coconut trees and the sunshine shimmers on the tropical water. If you had to become a castaway what better place to be?
Here, there’s time for a swim, stroll or relax on the white sand. Brush Island offers great snorkelling so don’t forget your snorkel and reef shoes. You’re sure to find Nemo in no time.
Make sure you take a water proof camera to capture the underwater world you may encounter
Snorkel gear is not provided, please bring your own if you intent to snorkel. To ensure your adventure is as enjoyable as possible please wear your swimsuit under your clothes, wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, bring a towel, a hat, plenty of sunscreen and bottled water.
Local Boats are used for this tour and therefore have basic and Rustic seating facilities onboard.
Guests must e 6 years and older to participate on tour. Tour is not suitable for pregnant women, guests with heart conditions or back problems.
Reef shoes are highly recommended. You may get wet when embarking or disembarking the vessel.
The sighting of wildlife is not guaranteed. And there are snorkelling sites visited on this tour.
A waterproof jacket or windbreaker is recommended during the cool season.
This tour is subject to cancellation if the weather conditions are not suitable to run the tour.
Blue Bottles are known to occur in the region during the summer months.
Chemicals in sunscreen can be harmful to coral reefs, please select coral reef safe sunscreen to protect the coral reefs for the future.