Green Island is the largest, least destroyed and most natural Great Barrier Reef Island near the coast. Located east of Keynes, Green Island is a continental island made up of earth, rocks and forested trees. The coastal waters are covered with coral reefs, which is very suitable for offshore diving. There are several trails on the island. Tourists can enjoy the tropical rainforest scenery on the island. They can walk in the tropical rainforest and enjoy the natural oxygen bar. Or they can experience the bold feelings of Australians by sunbathing on famous beaches. They can see the past through the sea breeze. Boats can also go to sea, surf, dive, swim and play on the Great Barrier Reef; glass boats can also be used to see coral and fish on the bottom of the sea (we are lucky to see a turtle swimming across the bottom of the ship); or helicopters can see the Great Barrier Reef from the air (the last picture is taken from the Great Barrier Reef by colleagues in the air). Green Island's beach is very soft, the water is clear, the slope is very gentle gradually deepening, very suitable for our poor swimmers, this is the best beach I have ever seen; the facilities for swimmers to dress and wash their feet on the sand are very convenient, comfortable and free; the island also has a very good swimming pool. There are accommodation and catering on the island, providing various services related to tourism and vacation. There are buffets, snacks and drinks on the island, but the price is not cheap, but you can bring your own food. At lunch, birds were waiting to peck at the visitors'food. There are also shops on the island, which can be visited by shoppers. In short, it's a beautiful and pleasant island.
Green Island is really beautiful. There are many self-funded projects on the island, and the price is not cheap. So I did not participate in any of them. I am in a hurry. It is better to have some leisure. That ice cream is 7 Australian dollars, equivalent to 35 yuan, so big, delicious! Wander around casually, there are scenery everywhere!
Because of catching up with the tropical storm, we couldn't go to Chenglu Island by boat. But I was lucky to fly in a small plane and watch it for about 30 minutes. From the air, you can see the whole city of Keynes and the coastline. You can also see the colorful sea against the setting sun, and the coral in the sea. Sitting on a small plane is both nervous and exciting! After coming down, you can take photos with the captain. The captain is handsome.
In the morning, we sailed to Green Island and Great Barrier Reef by Cruise ship. After arriving at Green Island, we strolled through the rain forest and made close contact with nature. Take a helicopter to the sky to see the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef and the beauty of the Green Island rainforest! Finally, take a glass-bottom boat to watch the colorful coral reefs and the flocks of fish on the sea floor.
Green Island is the most famous island in Keynes. It's a green gem in the Great Barrier Reef. It's a small area. You can take a cruise boat to visit the island. The surrounding islands are all beaches. The white and soft water is clear. It's absolutely a good place for leisure and vacation.
Green Island is a green island near Keynes Great Barrier Reef. He wants a green gem to be set on the beautiful Great Barrier Reef. You can choose to travel in the air by helicopter or by Cruise ship. Anyway, when you come to the island, you will feel like a paradise. The scenery around the Great Barrier Reef is really beautiful and indescribable.
An hour's voyage from the Keynesian cruise terminal will lead to the nearest coral island to Keynes, which is called Green Island. There are tropical rainforests, beach trails and various activities around coral on Green Island. The simplest and most direct is snorkeling. People wear swimsuits, life vest and breathing mask, and can lie flat on the water to watch the coral. I've never seen corals before. I don't know there are so many kinds of corals, white, blue and pink. Hard as a fish bone, soft as the sea. How beautiful!
Take the Great Adventure catamaran to Green Island at Keynesian Wharf for about an hour. There is a diving instructor on board who introduces the diving project on Green Island and can pay for it. Green Island is an island on the Great Barrier Reef where living coral colonies coexist with tropical rain forests. The island has a beautiful environment, free of charge by glass boat, snorkeling, deep diving, helicopter, freshwater swimming pool and cafeteria.