Adelaide: Dolphin Sanctuary Eco Kayaking Tour
- Small group
- Duration: 3 hours
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Very long day - grateful for the hotel pick-up at 6.15 am and drop off at 10.15 pm. Couldn't hear the bus driver on the way to the ferry. An elderly gentleman on the tour was very confused as he had luggage and was staying overnight on the island and didn't know what to do when we got to the ferry. Understood why we couldn't visit part of the island or the national park after the bus fires. Owner of the distillery is very Australian and not afraid to voice his opinion especially about Greenies. Got to pat a koala at the animal sanctuary. We had some extra time so the bus driver took us for a look at some of the fire damage and explained a lot about the fires.
Nice morning on the water exploring the bay. No dolphin sighting that morning, bummer. Pretty easy paddling in double kayaks, good safety instructions, good equipment, great guide. It's a long taxi drive to the sanctuary, best to have Uber or a taxi reserved to get back to Adelaide.
It was a lovely day and Mike and Ulli did a fantastic job! Weather and coronavirus threw wrenches into our plans, but our guides were flexible and put together a wonderful day despite the difficulties. We had a great time out and about in Victor Harbor and McLaren Vale.
Really nice trip. Not as cold as expected. There is no messing around. If there is no dolphins at the spot then it's back in the boat and moving on to the next spot. Nice guides that only wants you to get the best experience.
It was very informative and the guides were excellent. The boat and facilities were very clean. The lunch was absolutely delicious. We had the best time :)