This Ultra-Elite Reef Experience Is Only Accessible Via Helicopter

Sep 27, 2019

Category: Living

With an investment of over $2 million and a decade of development, this is the first time guests can see Australia’s Heart Reef lagoon. Exclusive to Hamilton Island guests, the Heart Island Pontoon can house up to six individuals at a time, giving you a chance to experience the iconic travel destination.

You can only get to the high-tech split-level pontoon via a 30-minute helicopter ride. During the short ride, you can enjoy incredible views of the Whitsunday Islands and Whitehaven Beach before you make your way to the Great Barrier Reef. You’ll land on the helipad roof of the environmentally friendly pontoon, which is moored in sand and powered by wind and solar energy. Once you land on the helipad, you’ll have 90 minutes to experience a glass-bottom boat tour of the famous Heart Reef, snorkel around the neighboring lagoons, or swim inside the pontoon, which feature an undercover pool. Invest in this once-in-a-lifetime adventure for $999.

Purchase: $999

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