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4.3 (3 reviews)

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Carlina,  Netherlands Netherlands
23 Oct 2023
Good
Het was een onvergetelijke dag, met een prima begeleiding
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Julia,  Australia Australia
27 Jan 2023
Excellent
Very friendly staff, beautiful island and snorkeling was amazing.
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Dianne ,  Australia Australia
21 Apr 2023
Good
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About: Frankland Islands Reef Cruises

Frankland Islands Reef Cruises is the only company permitted to visit Normanby Island, with visitors restricted to 100 per day, ensuring an air of exclusivity to your trip.

These exclusive day tours include snorkelling, lunch and guided island walks led by marine experts. Certified dive options are available, as well as semi-submersible and glass bottom boat tours, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. Crossing to the island takes 30 minutes, the shortest travel time of all Cairns Great Barrier Reef trips.

Frankland Islands Reef Cruises
319 Draper Street, Parramatta Park, Cairns, QLD, 4870, Cairns
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