Great Barrier Reef Snorkelling Resorts
Framed by a verdant tropical rainforest and the shimmering sapphire-blue waters of the Coral Sea. Angsana Great Barrier Reef in Palm Cove is an unparalleled location to explore and unwind. The sun, sand, sea and halcyon weather create the perfect conditions for the snorkeling holiday destination of your dreams.
Step out onto a warm golden sand beach when you stay at the tranquil Angsana Great Barrier Reef. Only a 20-minute drive from Cairns International Airport.
Snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef
Explore the vibrant underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef as you snorkel or dive into the deep blue.
The Great Barrier Reef is Queensland's greatest attraction. Visible from the moon, 'The Reef' is the largest coral formation in the world. It stretches over 2,300km, covers a landmass five times the size of Japan, and consists of 2,500 individual reefs and 500 islands.
On underwater safari you can encounter the good and the great of the ocean, from humpback whales, dolphins, dugongs, manta rays, moray eels and white-tipped reef sharks to turtles, sea stars, shellfish, sponges, corals and sea fans up to 3m in diameter.
Great Barrier Reef Adventures
From the turquoise brilliance of the ultimate coral reef to the marvelous greens of the oldest tropical rainforest on earth, Queensland has it all. The 'Wet Tropics World Heritage Area' covers the fabled and otherworldly Daintree National Park and River, Cape Tribulation National Park and Mossman Gorge, which, at a majestic age of some 100 million years, make even the Amazon Rainforest look new.
Charge down raging rivers in a white water raft. A trek through the Daintree Rainforest might bring a fortuitous encounter with a Ulysses butterfly or cassowary. Misty jungle clad mountains, dense tropical rainforest and magnificent waterfalls provide the habitat for the highest diversity of endemic species anywhere in the world.
With a host of nature’s gifts to discover, intrepid eco-adventurers will find that anything is possible in this paradise of biodiversity.