Sea kayaking with Rivergods is the perfect way to get a unique and close-up view of Western Australia’s amazing coastal scenery and wildlife.
Using stable double kayaks that are easy to paddle, Rivergods offer full day trips to Seal and Penguin Islands in the Shoalwater Marine Park from September to June.
Explore the beaches of this haven for dolphins, sea lions, little penguins and migratory birds. Swim, snorkel, watch the penguin feeding, enjoy a picnic and walk the nature trails.
For those seeking a winter escape, five-day tours in the remote and isolated World Heritage area of Shark Bay operate April to September. Paddling the calm shallow waters, you will encounter the famous Monkey Mia dolphins, as well as dugongs, turtles, fish and rays, before camping on the beach under clear starry skies.
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From $105 to $159
This is a fantastic trip for the whole family to enjoy! The bus departs Perth daily to Shoalwater Bay where they introduce you to your stable double sea kayaks. These are easy to paddle and allow you to see Australian Sea Lions in their natural environment. These playful creatures love to swim and splash around your boat along with the dolphins.
You then visit the fairy penguins for their daily feeding before sitting down to enjoy a picnic lunch. The rest of the day is at your own leisure – relax in the sun, snorkel, explore the island and discover many shellfish, starfish, crabs, sea birds and lizards.
Snorkelling gear, a delicious picnic lunch, entrance to ‘Penguin Experience’ and transport from Perth is included.
Paddle through this amazing World Heritage Listed area in Shark Bay along the Peron Peninsula. You will see an abundance of wildlife from your kayak including dugongs, dolphins, turtles, fish and birdlife. You paddle in calm sheltered water by day, and the nights are spent camping on remote beaches under the stars. They carry everything in the kayaks with them and end the trip with a four wheel drive (4WD) trek to the hot springs before returning to Monkey Mia.
All food, kayaking gear, camping gear, and park fees is included.