Windswell – Snapper Island Adventure
$1200 Charter (up to 9 passengers)
Get ready for an awesome day of guided stand-up paddleboarding, snorkeling, optional kitesurfing or wakeboarding on a lush rainforest island.
Soak up the breathtaking views on, above and below the water and get up close with turtles, sharks, rays, thousands of fish and a kaleidoscope of coral on majestic Snapper Island.
Snapper Island is located only 15 nautical miles from Port Douglas, lying just off the south east corner of the Daintree National Park.
Snapper is awesome for stand up paddleboarding and sea kayaking or snorkel the amazing fringing reefs right off the beach.
Walk the rainforest trial to the lookout or other secret beaches, find the secret cave and seasonal waterfall, go beachcombing or simply relax, chill out and enjoy the view.
Try intro kite-flying lessons with one of our instructors, bumper tubing or wakeboarding if you’re feeling adventurous.
There is a also a campsite if you want to consider the overnight option to maximise your experience as sunset over the Daintree is spectacular.
Need To Know
- Bookings required by 4pm the day prior to tour.
- Pick up and drop off at Port Douglas accommodation.
- Minimum booking of five people required or $1200 private charter.
- Departs Saturdays, Mondays & Thursdays.
- Boat leaves 8.30am for 3.30pm return.
- Day Tour includes fast boat transfers to Snapper Island, paddle guide, snorkeling, all watersports gear supplied, reef tax, lunch, water, ice and cold drinks.
- Free photos supplied on your USB.
Bretto Wright – Founder & Instructor
Bretto has been kite surfing since 1999 when he brought one of the first ever leading edge inflatables or wipika kites that came into Australia.
Bretto has a rich history of instructing all water sports and a passion for all types of surfing.
He is devoted to getting the right people at the best locations with the latest gear to score epic conditions.
Matty C – SUP Instructor
From sailing the Whitsundays as a youngster, Matty is no stranger to the wilds of the ocean.
Standing up on an old windsurfer to get ashore, it just seemed natural to him.
SUPing is now a fun new sport and a great way to see nature.
Matty is now loving life in the far north, always ready to show people the best spots for a personalised day on the reef or extreme paddling on the rainforest river that’s extremely relaxing.