Cairns - QLD , Australia
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Travel to Cape Tribulation in the Daintree National Park, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Wet Tropics of Queensland."
Enjoy scenic coastal views along the Great Barrier Reef Drive to the first stop in Port Douglas. Visit the Wildlife Habitat where you can closely observe Australian flora and fauna protected within a natural environment setting.
See rare species native to the rainforests of Tropical North Queensland like the Lumholtz's Tree-Kangaroo, one of only two species found in Australia and residing in high elevation of the Wet Tropics region and the flightless Southern Cassowary, listed as nationally endangered "keystone species".
Interact with the park's large population of macropods in the Savannah and get the chance to hand-feed the friendly kangaroos and wallabies.
Other wildlife encounters include photo opportunities while snake handling or cuddling a koala (a unique experience as Queensland is currently the only state in Australia that permits this.)
Stop for lunch amidst the daintree rainforest (included). After lunch, experience a guided walk in the ancient Daintree Rainforest and get informative insight about this beautiful world heritage site. After the thrill of exploring the wilderness, you can enjoy opportunities for rest and relaxation before the day ends.
Soak up the atmosphere at Cape Tribulation Beach with its endless stretch of white sand and picturesque boardwalks. Enjoy magnificent views of the Daintree River and National Park, the Coral Sea, Snapper Island and Low Isles from the Walu Wugirriga (Mount Alexandra Lookout).
Enjoy a river cruise along the Daintree River and search for wildlife and crocodiles. This protected marine habitat is rich with rare species and prolific birdlife - see birds, butterflies and reptiles in the wild! Search for crocodiles swimming or resting on the riverbanks during the cruise - the Daintree River is a natural habitat of crocs in Tropical North Queensland.
Meeting/pick-up point: Cairns, Northern Beaches or Port Douglas Accommodations.
Pick-up time: From 7.30am.
Drop-off time: Cairns at 7.30pm, Port Douglas at 6pm.
Opening days/period: Daily.
Voucher type: Not needed
Voucherless. You don’t need to bring any voucher (digital or printed)!
End point: Same as the starting point
Duration: 12 Hours
Guide type: Guide
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