Sea Kayak Hinchinbrook Island with Region X

So much Buzz around Region X latest offering to Hinchinbrook island, i thought i would give you the tour low down and some details over the next few blog articles!

First of all the Tour Dates: September 23 – 29, 2018

The Price: $2295 all inclusive

Good news about the price is that we are doing 5% off for any early bird bookings taken prior to April 1 this year, deposits of 30% must be paid by this date to get the discount.

More good News – BONUS a sea kayak training day in Batemans Bay, and a sunsmart kayaking kit including hat, sunglass retainer and UV Buff. 

Sign me up now? Send us an email and we will add you to the list!

Enough about that here is a bit of a tour low down:

Anyone that has been sea kayaking before understands the need to be flexible due to the changing nature of the sea. Trip itineraries should be seen as an outline of the trip. The enjoyment and safety of the group is always our main consideration, therefore the guides may choose to alter the itinerary slightly to suit the weather conditions, or particular trip dynamics.

Our guides are professionals who deal with the ocean’s dynamic weather conditions on a daily bases so please trust that they will make the wisest and safest decision to ensure the safety of the group and an enjoyable trip.

On all our adventures we like to make a relatively early start on the water to take advantage of the cooler part of the day and lighter winds. We therefore plan to do most of our paddling in the mornings arriving at our overnight camp around lunch time or mid afternoon. This leaves the afternoons free to explore or relax. As with any expedition trip sea kayaking journeys rely on teamwork, participating as a group and working together. The more you put in the more you get out, so for a rewarding active holiday your assistance in certain camp activities will be appreciated and you will have certain responsibilities, such as, unpacking your own kayak and setting up your tent on arrival at our beach camps.

Where the hell is Hinchinbrook?

First step – get to Mission Beach 

How to get there

Mission Beach is situated approximately two hours south of Cairns. Cairns is serviced by both national and international flights. Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin and Tiger offer regular flights from major Australian cities. On arrival in Cairns there are two coach companies with regular services to Mission Beach, and several airport shuttle services or local taxis which will take you to the bus station. For groups you may prefer the option of a hire car.  Mission Beach comprises of several beaches each with it’s own small community. There are various places to stay ranging from resort style to backpackers accommodation. Mission Beach also offers many reef and rainforest activities, including scuba diving, whitewater rafting and skydiving. You may well like to stay a few days and enjoy relaxing on the 14km of golden sandy beaches that make up this region.  We are happy to recommend accommodation and transport options for your pre and post-trip travel.


Our departure date in September you can expect day-time temperatures of between 24 – 30 degrees Celsius (perfect really). The south-easterly trade winds move along the coast at this time of year and will often assist our journey; our morning departures take advantage of the lighter morning breezes. When on the ocean it is advisable to have good protection against all the elements, so ensure you have good sun protection and a lightweight wind/rainproof jacket!

You can check out the full itinerary here: Itinerary Hinchinbrook Island Expedition 7 days

More details or Bookings – just send us an email here