This region, risk in bio-diversity, offers stunning beaches and ancient rainforest that extend to the waters edge, fringing reefs, beautiful animal and plant life, rock pools, mangrove board walks and a backdrop of magnificent rugged mountains
Your tour begins with your friendly local guide picking you up from your accommodation in Cairns in the comfort of a modern vehicle, before driving along one of the most spectacular coastal roads in Australia to the resort village of Port Douglas. After a short highlights tour and further passenger pick ups we're on our way to the Daintree
Stopping at the Daintree River for a provided morning tea, we then embarking on a one hour Daintree river cruise to spot wildlife including birds, snakes, frogs, flying foxes and crocodiles. Have your cameras ready!
After the cruise, we travel to the spectacular Alexander Range Lookout before arriving at our private lunch location at The Daintree Entomological (insect) Museum, the largest of its kind in Australia, for a 20 minute guided tour. At the near by picnic area we have a lovely provided lunch and you may also wish to enjoy a swim at our beautiful private rainforest creek
After Lunch, you travel further north to the isolated Cape Tribulation where you can take a stroll along the beach's coral sands. This is the only place on Earth where two World Heritage listed areas meet. There is time to visit the Cape Tribulation lookout before departing for a relaxing and informative guided walk through the Cape Tribulation National Park. After the walk,we will have afternoon tea before boarding our air-conditioned vehicle to traverse the Alexander Range, back to the Daintree river and across the Cable Barge, and enjoy a leisurely drive to Cairns with spectacular views of the Coral Sea