This was a great start to our GBR trip practicing snorkeling from the beach was a good intro before we got to the main reef.
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Great experience, though the choice of food available is not great if you are on a budget. Glass bottom boat is worth the time and snorkelling is good as well. Weather is good, not too hot. Very windy when time to leave tho
After a pleasant boat cruise over to the island we found ourselves confronted by the reality of retail and the commercial nature of the island. Whilst the walk to the far end of the island allowed an reprieve you are never far away enough.
Green island at the Great Barrier reef in Australia is a paradise on earth. Its sublime ! One has to be actually there in person to really appreciate the abundance of natural beauty all around. The waters are sparkling clean, corals are lovely, marine life...More
The staff was friendly and helpful and the island is set up to meet everyone's needs - beautiful beach and snorkeling, rides, a pool andshopping. Only regret is that we did half day instead of full day tour
We took a half day trip out to Green Island on a catamaran, and we were booked on the semi-submersible, followed by the glass bottomed boat. There booking guy at our resort told us we should go asap as the wind speeds were forecast to...More
First off, the weather had been bad for a couple of days before we arrived so the water was in no way clear or beautiful. Several of the swimming and snorkeling spots were closed because of the weather. That is no fault of the island...More
Snorkeling is just "OK". Everything is super expensive, including transportation out there. There are better and much cheaper places to lay on a nice quiet beach. At times, the island is packed with so many Chinese tourist that it definitely is way too crowded. The...More
The beach was beautiful but don't expect to see lots of fish off the lifeguard area. We saw more off the beach near where the ships came in. Saw lots fish and did spot a sea turtle. You should definitely do the glass bottom boats...More
The coral reef has certainly been damaged and diminished and as my friend is not fond of any sea travel but wanted to see some of the reef this seemed like a reasonable cheaper option. She was disappointed to say the least as we went...More