SUP’s are a low impact way to interact with the fragile ecosystem of Shark Bay’s natural canals and lagoons. They also offer a fun and unique way to promote balance, strength and general fitness. In just 30 minutes we’ll have you paddling like a pro on this unique and engaging tour.
Francois Peron National Park
Stand-Up Paddle Board Tours
Promotes balance, strength and fitness
Low environmental impact
Get close to nature
Learn a new skill
Explore Shark Bays network of waterways and lagoons
All equipment supplied
No experience required
Availability: On Request, Min 2 Persons
Time: 10am - 6pm
Price: $199 - Adults, $140 - Kids (6-16 years)
Departs: Shark Bay Visitor Center or free pick up/drop off to your accommodation in Denham
(transports from and to Monkey Mia available - $50 transfer fee applies per booking)
Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult to participate on this tour.
** Ask about our Group Discounts **
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Stand Up Paddle (SUP) is a fantastic watersport combining the skills of surfing and kayaking. It has roots in ancient Hawaiian culture where the Polynesians would paddle handmade timber canoes and rafts across expanses of ocean whilst standing up.
SUP’s promote balance, strength and general fitness. It is excellent for surfers and non-surfers alike, as it provides an isometric workout that strengthens your core muscle groups, while giving you a fun and exciting way to view the natural surroundings.
In the first 30 minutes of the tour we’ll demonstrate how to master the paddle board and this unique sport. All equipment is supplied with a choice of board for both beginners and the more experienced.