Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Stay overnight in Cape Tribulation – Daintree Rainforest Tours


The Daintree Rainforest is one of Queensland’s most beautiful landscapes, and one of Australia’s most diverse regions. The Daintree is an exciting place to visit for locals and tourists alike. With plenty of activities, wildlife viewing, photo opportunities, and a first-hand look into a World Heritage site, you can’t beat a Daintree Rainforest Tour.

On the Daintree Rainforest Tour you will be able to experience all what the rainforest has to offer. Leaving from Cairns, your first stop is to have morning tea on the banks of the beautiful Daintree River, snap a few photos and enjoy your surroundings. After that, it’s time to find crocodiles! You board a river cruise boat with local biologist who’s an expert in the local wildlife. Here, you will be on the lookout for reptiles, birds, and those big crocs.

The adventure continues deep in the rainforest where your guide points out important flora

and fauna and you might have a chance to see a rare and endangered Cassowary in it’s natural habitat. You will then be on your way around the Marrdja Boardwalk, an hour long walk to see some of the most incredible plant life in the world. If you really want to take advantage of the Daintree Rainforest and area, you can upgrade your day trip to the two-day Daintree Rainforest Tour. Why? Because once you check in to your accommodation in Cape Tribulation, you get to try out horseback riding on the beach, kayaking or jungle surfing! This is not offered on the day trip.

The next day starts after lunch, giving you the entire morning to rest or check out the local area. The tour picks you up and takes you to the Alexandria Range for breathtaking views over the Daintree Rainforest, the coast, and the Daintree River. Don’t forget your camera for this one! It’s one of the best viewpoints in the country. When you’re done taking photos and
taking in the view, you’re taken to the beautiful Mossman Gorge where you will enjoy your afternoon tea. But don’t think that’ s it.

On the way back to Cairns, you get to take in another fantastic viewpoint overlooking the Great Barrier Reef at Rex Lookout. The tour also stops in the fishing village of Port Douglas for spectacular ocean views.

If you want to experience all that the Daintree has on offer, as well as learn from a local guide, find crocodiles, try your hand at jungle surfing, and have an overall thrilling adventure, book your Daintree Rainforest Tour now.

1 comment:

  1. Hey..
    I love to travel.. Me and my friends visit Australia last year for tracking and there is a place "Larapinta Trail" so beautiful and really stunning place for tracking. We stayed there for 2 days and we enjoyed a lot.

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