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Dive, Snorkel, Sail the Great Barrier Reef aboard Passions of Paradise, Cairns newest and most luxurious catamaran. Sailing daily, let our friendly, dedicated staff introduce you to another world teeming with exotic fish life, coral gardens, and...more
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This tour is amazing and well organised. The meals and snacks that are part of your ticket are a great idea. The information sessions whilst on board are fantastic to understand the best to get out of this day. The reef speaks for itself so...More
On Thursday 6th December my friend and I went on the Passions of Paradise Great Barrier Reef tour. The day itself was good - excellent snorkelling, friendly staff, and equipment included. The seating arrangement of the boat made it easy to chat to other tourists,...More
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Thanks for reaching out with your concerns from your trip with us last week. We have actually already thoroughly investigated reports of crew being ill last Tuesday and Wednesday when it was brought to our attention.
We can certainly see how you immediately...More
I have dived on multiple locations and this experience was the worst one so far. The diving instructor I had (an Australian girl) couldn’t care less about us and was even rude to most people in the group (pushing people, screaming at us, very impatient,...More
I went on this trip with my mum and we were both very happy with the day and the crew were all very friendly, helpful and reassuring. I dived for the first time and even though I panicked initially I then felt very safe and...More
It was the first time for me in Cairns/Great Barrier Reef/AUS and it was awesome.
I did as well the first Scuba dives and was surprices, how easy, professional and funfull I was prepared to the dive. Just do it...
The crew of the Passions of Paradise are wonderful, knowledgeable and energetic!
We had a fantastic day snorkeling at two sites on the outer reef.
Yes, it takes 2 hrs to get out there but they fill the time with coffee and snacks, a safety...More
We opted for Passions as it looked like it was going to be a more personal experience unlike the pontoon which is way too busy. We weren't disappointed. Staff are very friendly, informative and nothing is too much trouble. Food throughout the day was lovely...More
This tour was brilliant. The staff were very knowledgeable and nothing was too much trouble. The food was great. The staff really worked hard to ensure we had a good day. Special thanks to Pheobe and Remy who our group had close contact with and...More
We spend a great day! We went to two different reefs. We were unlucky to miss the turtle and the shark but some people of the tour saw them! The lunch was quite well and the boat itself was really large and not packed at...More
Passions of Paradise gave me the best reef experience. It was such an excellent opportunity. Very professional and friendly staff.
Amazing reef view and photos. The photographer gives you the best shots.
The guided snorkelling guide Tim is very careful, patient and makes sure to...More
Goggles create a suction to your face... even if they did fit it probably be really painful. My boyfriend is practically blind and used contacts and didn’t have an issue, if contacts aren’t an option I would go out and buy... More
Goggles create a suction to your face... even if they did fit it probably be really painful. My boyfriend is practically blind and used contacts and didn’t have an issue, if contacts aren’t an option I would go out and buy your own goggles that you know will work with the glasses and bring them just to be safe since I’m not sure if they have goggles that can accommodate glasses.