Diving Great Barrier Reef

Diving Great Barrier Reef

Learn-to-dive on the magnificent Great Barrier Reef

diving great barrier reef


Diving on the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns, AUSTRALIA

DAY 1 Cairns

Welcome to tropical Cairns. Your local guide will meet at the airport and transfer you to your accommodation. Short briefing on the days to come and free time. Enjoy your day discovering Cairns by foot. Points of interest include a stroll along the Esplanade, the Botanic Gardens, a swim in the Lagoon, the port and the CBD.

DAY 2 Cairns

Early morning pick up. Enjoy a full day white water rafting adventure to the Tully River, a grade 4/6 river providing lots of adrenaline, fun and excitement. BBQ lunch included. Return to Cairns late afternoon. (B,L)

DAY 3 & 4 Cairns

Over the next 2 days you will do the first part of your scuba diving adventure. Get picked up by the dive school early morning and transfer to the training center, where you will commence your theory on scuba diving with your qualified instructor. Put all the theory into use in the pool during your practical sessions where all your underwater skills are honed under the watchful eyes of your instructors. After lunch on day 3 it is time for your theory test and a briefing of the upcoming days out on the Great Barrier Reef. Transfer back to the hotel late afternoon each day. (B)

diving great barrier reefDAY 5, 6 & 7 Cairns – Great Barrier Reef

Depart early morning on day 4 on your Great Barrier Reef dive adventure. Travel time to the first dive site is approx. 3-4 hours. After arriving get briefed by your dive instructor and begin exploring the underwater world on this magnificent natural wonder. Over the 3 days you will do a total of 9 dives out of which 4 will be your final step to becoming an Open Water Diver along with 4 fun dives and 1 night dive. Return to Cairns late afternoon on day 6. Transfer to your hotel and free time. All meals provided while on board. (B,L,D)

(PADI Adventure Diver upgrade possible)


DAY 8 Cairns

Free day. Enjoy a day at your leisure. Cairns offers many interesting ways of spending your day. Depending on your energy levels optional activities include skydiving, bungy jumping, mountain biking, quad or horse riding tours, Atherton Tablelands day trips and more. (B)

DAY 9 Cairns – Cape Tribulation

Day trip to UNESCO listed Daintree National Park and Cape Tribulation. See where the rainforest meets the Coral Sea and experience the oldest rainforest in the World as well as a nature cruise on the Daintree River in search of the saltwater crocodile. Lunch included on the day. (B,L)

DAY 10 Cairns

Check out, transfer to the airport and departure. (B)

Cairns day tours with No Limit Adventures, diving great barrier reef



AUD$2690/ person (based on min. 2 persons traveling together)

Single supplement: AUD$650 extra

(Price valid until March 2017 | Offer subject to change and pending availability)


  • Accommodation in min. 3* hotel standard incl. continental breakfast
  • Airport transfers
  • Tours as per program:
    • Full day rafting trip
    • Cape Tribulation day trip
  • 5-day PADI Open Water dive course incl. equipment, dive instructors, Open Water license, 2N/3D live aboard cruise, accommodation (twin-share cabins)
  • Meals as per program (B,L,D) (Note: no D on day 7)
  • Local guide for airport transfers
  • No Limit Adventures tour coordination


  • Flights
  • Visa fees (if applicable)
  • Travel insurance
  • Reef taxes and levies ($60 per person – payable directly to the dive operator)
  • Rafting environmental levy ($30 per person – payable directly to the rafting operator)
  • Dive medical costs (if required)
  • Costs of personal nature
  • Tips
  • Alcohol and other beverages



  • Dive Course only – Prior to commencing your Dive Course you are required to complete a PADI self-assessment Student Diver Medical Declaration. A positive response to any question means that there is a pre-existing condition that may affect your safety while diving and you must consult a medical practitioner preferably with experience in diving medicine to obtain a dive medical certificate that states that you are fit to undertake recreational diver training.
  • Each tour participant will be required to sign a Legal Liability Disclaimer as well as a medical disclosure form on day 1

Extra options:

  • Extend you trip in Australia or travel on with us to Papua New Guinea – the Land of the Unexpected. Ask for details.
  • Already a certified diver? Why not do your Advanced Open Water and/ or Nitrox course.
  • Become a Marine Conservation Volunteer and help the Great Barrier Reef.




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In the event of a dispute between a client and No Limit Adventures it is our policy to resolve any such matters in as timely manner as is possible. Primarily we will attempt to resolve any dispute through direct contact with the unsatisfied party either in person, by phone or through written correspondence ie. fax, e-mail, post. Should this process fail the client has the right to contact and take this matter to the Fair Trading Commission of Queensland or report this matter, and/ or ask for further steps, to the Department of Tourism Queensland. Thereafter the client has the right to take legal steps through the Court and Judicial System of the State of Queensland and/ or the Supreme Court of Australia.

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Where a trip is cancelled 2 months or more from departure you get a full refund minus $300, being for administration costs. Where a trip is cancelled within 2 months of departure, but more than 1 month you lose your deposit and 40% of any progress payment made (50% in total). Where a trip is cancelled within 1 month of commencement, but more than 14 days 85% of all payments are non-refundable. Any cancellations within 14 days of commencement are subject to no refund. In cases where “force majeure” is involved and a trip must be cancelled or changed No Limit Adventures will attempt, at our sole discretion to refund payment, where possible depending on circumstances and availability of refund from local service suppliers. Any losses in such cases can be claimed on personal travel insurance.

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Clients traveling with No Limit Adventures are made aware of any risks related to participating in activities on tour and the availability, or lack, of medical and evacuation services, especially when traveling in remote areas, hence participate at their own risk. Although safety is No Limit Adventures’ primary priority no responsibility will be taken for any accident, injury, loss, misfortune or death while on any trip organized and/ or coordinated by No Limit Adventures. No Limit Adventures, being an Inbound Tour Operator, will use the services of local tour operators as well as transport and accommodation providers. In cases where the contracted 3rd party fails to provide the agreed service No Limit Adventures will do everything possible to organize an alternate to fill this part of the tour. However, any losses in such cases can be claimed on personal travel insurance, but No Limit Adventures cannot be held accountable, responsible or liable for any associated expenses or damages of any kind caused by weather, strikes, hostilities, bankruptcy, war, terrorist acts, acts of nature, local laws or other such causes.

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