Did the Daintree as part of the Cape Trib Connections - Day Tour on the 2nd of June . The UNESCO world heritage rainforest walk was very good,,mosquito repellent , long sleeves and shoes needed.
The Daintree area is a great day trip from Cairns - but make sure you start early as there's lots to see on the way and lots of stopping required
My husband and I did a day trip to the Daintree and Cape Tribulation in a hire car from Port Douglas. Fiona at Paradise Wheels gave us a great map and explained and highlighted all the points of interest. There are so many points of interest along the way you could never see all of them in one day. The... 更多
Well worth a visit though admission is quite pricy. Lots of informative signage. A high tower to climb to look over the canopy. Cassowaries in the area - if you are lucky.
If you've never been to a rain forest before and you happen to be in Australia, Daintree is an excellent example. While it rained every afternoon and most overnights we had reasonably good weather during the day. The rains made the waterfalls flow and the foliage green. To celebrate Australia Day, we drove up from Palm Cove up to Cape... 更多
sUch a beautiful area of the country,green bush, waterfalls, humidity, a wide river, came across a snake and several crocs too- keep your wits about you!
Lots to see and do, you can spend a lot on the different attractions or a little by just doing the walks and taking a picnic lunch.
I wish we could have spent more time here. It's lush, fairly quiet, and very relaxing. Quite a variety of activities available from hiking and beach combing to ziplining, scubda diving and bird watching. A nice drive up from Cairns, with plenty of places to stop along the way.
We drove through much of this national park when driving to Cape Tribulation. As it borders the water there are numerous opportunities for ocean views. There are many places to stop for short walks too. It wasn't raining when we visited but I'm sure it would look even more spectacular when it's wet.