Great Barrier Reef Snorkeling Tours

Great Barrier Reef snorkelling tours offer an excellent interaction of the GBR.

If you are one of those people who are happiest in the water, watching brightly coloured marine life swimming busily about, then you are going to love our snorkelling packages.

Non-stop aquatic action, the best part is that you can snorkel as much as you like, so some of your days can be exploring the reef, and some of it can be working on your tan, or all of it can be snorkelling.

Included in your Great Barrier Reef snorkelling tour will be a mask, snorkel and fins.   Snorkel noodles are also available to help you float easily.  Wearing a wetsuit will also help make you buoyant and keep you warm.

Need assistance in the Water?

If you are not comfortable in the water, we can help you find the best liveaboard with a crew that will take care of you.  Please mention that to us, and we will assist you in discovering which options will suit you best.

Great Barrier Reef Liveaboard snorkelling packages include all meals, accommodation and snorkelling equipment.  There are different boats, from budget snorkelling packages right through to VIP snorkelling packages.

Snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef is a great way to explore the beauty of the coral reef.

If you are an experienced snorkeller or even someone who has never tried snorkelling, our crew will be able to give you a few great tips to make your snorkelling tour amazing.

Even the shallow waters of the reef have coral formations and an abundance of brightly coloured marine life.

Great Barrier Reef liveaboard tours will take you to the top snorkelling locations to view the scenic underwater ecosystems.

You will see sea turtles and brightly coloured tropical fish as you snorkel into the shallow snorkelling sites.  Spoilt for choice with so many marine animals from giant clams and coral gardens.

Snorkelling allows you to see the beauty of the reef in a unique light.   As a result, the marine life below is more vibrant and colourful, providing new respect for the underwater world.

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority manage the Great Barrier Reef marine park to ensure that is it protected for the future.

Green Zones introduced over the past 40 years. Green Zones mean they are no-take zones, no fishing.  It was a fantastic measure resulting in not only more fish but also bigger fish.

Visitors can see the benefits of the Green Zones. More marine life and larger fish are just a couple of the positive changes.

Science shows reefs in Green Zones recover up to 20% faster than adjacent reefs outside Green Zones (information from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority website.)

Best Reef locations

Top reef locations for Great Barrier Reef snorkelling include Cairns reefs Norman Reef, Saxon and Hastings Reef.

Hastings Reef

Hastings Reef is known for white tip reef sharks and more than 500 other tropical inhabitants.

Saxon Reef

While Saxon Reef boasts a wide variety of colourful marine life.  From small damselfish to large barracuda, white tip reef sharks and green sea turtles, making it a great snorkelling reef location.

The diversity of marine life here is truly astounding as you’ll swim with manta rays, sea turtles and nudibranchs.

Great Barrier Reef snorkeling is an excellent way to explore the most extensive reef system in the world.

Reef Talk

Suppose you would like to know more about the Great Barrier Reef.  Click on the link to find out about reef talk and where you can attend a free reef talk when visiting Cairns.

Would you like to try breathing underwater? Head over to our Introductory dive page.