Experience 3 exhilarating hours of kayaking through the pristine waters of Byron Bay area, home to bottlenose dolphins, Indo Pacific humpback dolphins and common dolphins. Scull through the Byron waters in the company of a qualified and knowledgeable guide who delivers insightful commentary on the native history and more. You even get to witness sea turtles and humpback whales while taking in some of the best sights the East coast has to offer.
Enjoy the guarantee of dolphin-spotting on this tour.
Summer (Sep - Apr): 8:30am & 1pm
Winter (May – Aug): 10am & 1:30pm
You can mention your preferred time at the time of booking, however, the time slot availability is subject to change and alternate time can be advised. Please reconfirm departure time with our local activity partner.
Make your way to 62 Lawson St, Byron Bay NSW 2481, Australia. So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the start point 15mins early
Same as starting point.
Start this pleasant Dolphin Kayak Tour with a convenient pick-up in Byron Bay. Get into your safety gear consisting of lifejackets, helmets and wetsuits and prepare for 3 hours full of adventure and thrill as you paddle your kayak in the waters of Byron Bay. Whether you’re a novice or hold some experience in kayaking, feel secure in the company of a fully qualified guide, who also acts as Surf Life Saver and is trained to the highest industry standards. Witness the most easterly point of the Australian mainland as your guide shares his wealth of knowledge on the local and aboriginal history, the lighthouse and sea creatures. Row through the gorgeous protected bay and feel a part of the abundant marine life. Meet the friendly bottlenose dolphins, spot sea turtles as they come up to the surface and check out the huge humpback whales. Relax with a cup of morning or afternoon tea and indulge in as many yummy Tim Tams as you can at one of the beautiful beaches. This tour ends with a transfer back to the starting point at 62 Lawson St, Byron Bay.
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