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Byron Bay Dolphin Sea Kayak Tour

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    A highlight of your stay in Byron Bay will be this ocean adventure kayaking up close with dolphins, whales and turtles in Cape Byron's Marine National Park and learning the local Aboriginal stories and sacred places.
    You will also have a great view of Byron's coast line and the stunning Byron Bay lighthouse , which was built in 1901,from the water.
    Your three hour kayak tour will start at Clarkes Beach, Byron Bay. This is the calmest part of the Bay, easy for launching a kayak. Meet your super friendly guide and all your fellow paddlers. Your guide will help you with your looking safety gear. Pair up on a two person kayak and learn the basics of paddling your kayak.
    It is then time to hit the ocean. Impress your friends (and yoursef) by getting out past the shore break. Learn about local Aboriginal stories and sacred places, Hear the Dreamtime stories about Nguthungulli (Julian Rocks). Paddle along The Pass surfing Mecca, Wategos millionaire row and Walgun (Cape Byron), Australia's most Easterly point.
    Keep an eye out for amazing local dolphins, humpback Whales (during their annual migration from May to October) and a variety of turtles popping up for a breath of fresh air. Kayak over volcanic reef and be amazed by the clear water, color and variety of the tropical fish.
    Take a break with some yummy refreshments and a swim before paddling back to Main Beach. Enjoy the stunning view of the Byron Bay coastline and lighthouse whilst paddling back to shore. You might like to surf a wave back to shore. Your guide will show you how, kayak surfing is awesome fun.
    Tell all your friends what an incredible time you had paddling with dolphins, whales and turtles on your Byron Bay kayak tour.
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    All reviews dolphins and turtles byron bay amazing experience keep in mind take advantage marine life great afternoon knowledgeable guides kayaking experience very friendly and helpful staff solo traveller within metres few weeks safety talk free return trip tim tams thanks guys
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    Reviewed 5 days ago

    Had a great time, saw whales dolphins and turtles and everyone was so lovely and accommodating! Helped me get over my fear of the ocean thank you so much

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank franfitz2018
    Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

    Went for our second trip with this amazing company in August 2019 and it was as good as the first. Very friendly and helpful staff. They guarantee to see dolphins and never fail to produce. We also saw breaching whales which was an absolute amazing...More

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank Wombatco
    Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

    We were left in the lurch on our last day in Byron bay when this company sent us a last minute email to tell us the afternoon kayak session was cancelled due to bad weather. We were very surprised as we went to the booth...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank traveller1235926
    Reviewed 2 weeks ago

    We were very lucky to see turtles, whales and dolphins! We kayaked out to the end of the headland and then sat out there for close to an hour. Would have probably preferred to keep paddling around. Guides are knowledgeable and obviously love their jobs.

    Date of experience: August 2019
    1  Thank Bonnie H
    Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

    I traveled for about 3 weeks in Australia and, when in Byron Bay, I booked this tour with Go Sea Kayaq Byron. It was simply amazing. They taught us everything from how to climb on to the kayaq and pedal, to super interesting facts about...More

    Thank HenriqueD1087
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    June 14, 2019|
    Response from H6748URlindab | Reviewed this property |
    In my personal opinion it’s highly unlikely you will fall into open water while kayaking. When you are returning to shore you have to approach on a wave. It’s unlikely but the kayak may capsized, if it does you will only be... More
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