Rendezvous Reef Resort

Address: 121 Port Douglas Road, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, 4877, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 121 Port Douglas Road, Great Barrier Reef, is near Port Douglas, The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, Reef Sprinter, and Mirage Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Great Barrier Reef

Cyclone on the Way

A travel blog entry by scbcrwrw on Jan 30, 2014

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Our flight to Queensland was on time. We flew with Jetstar - a no frills airline just like Ryanair. The most uncomfortable 4 hours I've had on a plane in a long time. We arrived at 4.10 am. The guy on the Avis desk was really helpful and as we had booked only a silly little car - he upgraded us for 44 dollars. The drive to Port Douglas took more …

Diving, drinking and....well more drinking!

A travel blog entry by richandmarkinoz on Jan 20, 2015

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... thinking BREATHE BREATHE BREATHE, but it was still awesome. We were underwater for about 25 minutes (though it felt like 5!) before coming back to the boat. We then had the opportunity to go snorkeling for a while, before getting back on the boat for lunch. This was a beautifully cooked meal of chicken and lamb, served with a platter of salads and side dishes. We then headed off to our second location on the reef. We had paid to do the one dive, but they offered us ...

SCUBA on The Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by eastallie on Dec 23, 2014

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... time then do our 2nd dive. For our 3rd dive we will move to another part of the reef. We get everything ready and they call us to go. There are 6 people in our group plus Shin. Under and down we go. Shin moves us around the reef pointing out various fish and other animals. We see tons of beautiful colored fish and coral. Lots of parrot fish, smaller fish I don't know the name of and lots of blue, pink and red corals. Johnnie and I have ...


A travel blog entry by codie on Dec 10, 2014

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... introduced and quickly took over. They are classed as a pest and they are eating anything that will fit in their mouth. People have to kill them if they see them. This one survived though. She squeezed the glands on it’s back and a white poison came out. This was a problem for anything that eats the Cane Toad. People often swerve on the road just to hit a Cane Toad.

Did some more walking and looking for things until the guide came across another lizard, ...

Day Two On The Cat

A travel blog entry by timandvikki on Dec 02, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... hunting for their breakfast. We then headed out for a long sail to Tongue Bay, where stand-up paddling in the shallow bay full of turtles awaited. After dozens of turtle sightings, we took a ride in the Zodiac to the beach and the start of the trail to the Whitsunday Island Overlook. Hopefully, the pictures will do it justice. No one in our party had ever seen an estuary like this: brilliant, powder white sand, turquoise channels of water cursing up the ...