Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail
Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail is one of four trails in the Ningaloo Marine Park with designated buoys for kayaks to tie off on while snorkelling the reef. Each buoy is located near a particular feature of the reef system.
A 1.3-kilometre paddle (about 30-minutes) west north-west from the boat ramp to the sanctuary zone will take you to two kayak moorings within the Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone. Snorkel the sites and return to the boat ramp.
These sites may be attempted individually or in any combination. The line on the map is for illustration purposes only. The actual route and duration is dependent on the number of sites visited, based on your own abilities.
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