Join us for a morning paddle at 4 mile beach, Port Douglas. Paddling in calm water before the wind gets up is a truly awesome way to start the day.
FULL STINGER PROTECTION AVAILABLE
Suitable for all ages from absolute beginners to experienced paddlers.
Includes paddle guide, skills session, tour and board hire.
Options for further SUP tour to Rainforest river or Low Isles by arrangement with the operator.
1 hour guided paddle session
Stinger suit hire available at $15, payable on the day as cleaning and maintenance fee
Duration - 7.45am to 9am
Located at the south end of 4 mile beach, meet at the car park, end of Barrier Street. Contact also provided on confirmation in case directions are required
Minimum numbers for tour to depart
Special deals are limited to the allocated times and numbers and are exclusively available through Bookme.com.au. The operator will not, and is under no obligation to, offer these discounts through direct enquiry.
All prices are shown in AUD ($)
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