Adventure Package

Arajilla Retreat has customised a very unique three day Lord Howe Eco Package, designed to show guests exactly why Lord Howe has been given World Heritage protection.

The island rewards explorers with one breathtaking landscape after another.

This three day package also includes some rest and relaxation at Arajilla itself, as well as;

  • Three nights’ accommodation in a Kentia or Banyan Suite
  • Five hour guided North Bay Nature and Turtle Tour. Snorkel at three different locations in the lagoon viewing the amazing diversity of marine life including turtles and the wreck of the Favourite. Explore North Bay and walk the beach to view prolific land and seabirds plus study fascinating geology.
  • Four hour self-guided glass bottom kayak of Lord Howe’s protected lagoon – snorkel Slyphs Hole, kayak to and then climb Blackburn Island for a picnic lunch, afterwards continue to snorkel the kaleidoscopic reef.
  • A copy of renowned local naturalise Ian Hutton’s Birds of Lord Howe Island Past and Present’.

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