Great Barrier Reef Helicopter Tour
Great Barrier Reef helicopter tour. Depart from Port Douglas and enjoy a secluded Great Barrier Reef helicopter tour. tYour very own island paradise, an isolated sand cay in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef. Snorkel from the white sands or just kick back and enjoy the solitude. The choice is yours to make. Gourmet meal included. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Permit conditions apply.
Great Barrier Reef Helicopter tour – romance plus!
The secluded Great Barrier Reef Helicopter tour is the most perfect and romantic way to propose to your special person. It is also perfect for those wanting to escape the crowds.
Take in the breathtaking coastal scenery and the unique aerial perspective over the Great Barrier Reef. Your helicopter delivers you to the Coral Sand Cay where you can relax, swim, snorkel and indulge yourselves with a gourmet meal of tropical platters and premium beverages. Our Great Barrier Reef helicopter tour is very popular and can book out in advance.
Departs on demand – Tide and availability dependent
GBRMPA permit conditions apply
Coral cay visited, helicopter flight times and duration may vary depending on weather conditions and daily tides
Great Barrier Reef Helicopter tour Closure times
From September to April, Undine Cay is closed owing to the migratory sea birds that nest there. For this reason our helicopters fly to a different secluded sand cay on the Great Barrier Reef, called Vlassoff Cay. Vlassoff Cay is closer to Cairns than Port Douglas.
If there are already people on the cay when you arrive at the sand cay, then the helicopter is not permitted to land. Our helicopter pilot then flies to a private beach instead. Passengers can still enjoy an exclusive location and the delicious picnic included in the normal secluded Great Barrier Reef Helicopter Tour.
If you are considering a secluded helicopter tour on the Great Barrier Reef from Port Douglas during September to April… you could also consider a helicopter tour to a tropical rainforest waterfall. A great alternative and swim in the crystal clear refreshing waters in the absolute seclusion of the rainforest.