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Daintree Rainforest Night Walk from Cape Tribulation
"Your tour starts with pickup from your Cape Tribulation hotel or a central location in town. Travel in a comfortable minivan shuttle to a swathe of privately owned land in the Daintree Rainforest to meet your guide. Receive a safety briefing and your guide shares extensive knowledge of the animal and plant life in this biologically rich forest which has remained much the same for more than 120 million years. With the trained eyes of your guide you get to see much more than you would on your own. Feel free to ask any questions that you may have. Each night the cast of critters varies however spiders sleeping birds and rainforest dragons make frequent appearances. You may also see amethystine pythons Australia’s largest snake
From AUD45.00
Cape Tribulation Jungle Surfing Canopy Tour
"You have the option to be picked up from your Cape Tribulation hotel or meet your group at the Jungle Adventure Centre in town. Time permitting take a peek at the pythons in their Snake House then hop aboard a comfortable minivan that shuttles you to a private rainforest reserve adjoining the Daintree Rainforest. Your fully guided tour starts with a safety talk by your expert guide who will fit you into a full body harness and helmet an ingenious lift-system that hoists participants from the forest floor up to the first platform. Two people walk on a treadmill generating enough energy to wind a cable that hauls fellow group members up to the first platform. Even kids can help power this innovative and eco-friendly lift. Once you’re up in the trees your guide makes sure that your harness is safely clipped to the line. Then fly from platform to platform taking in the rainforest canopy as you go. Your guide controls the speed of your descent so that you can go as fast or slow as you like. You can even travel hands-free
From AUD95.00
"Cape Tribulation
"Cape Tribulation Mossman Gorge and Daintree Rainforest Premium Day Tour""After pickup from your hotel head north along the Captain Cook Highway passing through the most Northern beach suburb of Palm Cove and hear about the rich history of Double and Haycock Islands and be amazed at the huge melaleuca trees that are hundreds of years old.Continue stopping at Rex Lookout for views over Trinity Beach and back towards the mountains of the Great Dividing Range.The next stop is the small seaside village of Port Douglas for short town tour before heading to Mossman Gorge on the southern edge of stop for delicious lunch at the Daintree Tea House the longest-established restaurant in the Daintree area that serves local produce of the highest standards. After lunch
From AUD210.00

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Children playing along the river banks

Apparently the natives hold the croc in high regard, but the children are allowed to frolic along the river banks without a thought as to possible croc attacks....we often saw the kids splashing right...
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Crocodile Canoes

The Sepik people hold the crocodile in high regard, and the croc is the prevailing symbol throughout the Sepik region (more on this in my Yentchan pages).The canoes are even carved to resemble this...
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Cargo flies Coach!

Don't be surprised to find a branch of bananas or a huge bag of sweet potatoes occupying the seat next to you in the plane - or maybe at your feet in the aisle.When you're taking small cargo planes to...
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