Cape Tribulation and Daintree Rainforest Tour

Meals included
Hotel pickup
Fitness level low
Intensity level low
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5.01 review

Highlights & inclusions

Full Day Cape Tribultion & Daintree Rainforest Tour
Welcome to Country & Smoking Ceremony at Mossman Gorge
Lunch in Daintree Village
Thornton's Beach
Daintree Ice Cream Co
Daintree River Ferry Crossing
or 4 payments of $45.75 with more info

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Thu, Jul 18, 2024

What you can expect

Cape Tribulation in Tropical North Queensland lays claim to the world’s best beaches and the oldest surviving rainforest, The Daintree. This budget-friendly day tour from Cairns covers two world heritage sites in one spectacular day. Enjoy a day in paradise with ample free time to explore Mossman Gorge, take a walk on the beach and enjoy a meal at Daintree Village Hotel.

Transfers are available from Cairns or Port Douglas so sit back and enjoy the scenery on the coastal drive with stops at Thornton's Beach , the Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation Region..

*This tour option does NOT include the Wildlife River Cruise.


What you need to know

  • Due to Cyclone Jasper, access to the road leading to Cape Tribulation has been restricted. Our tour includes all activities except for the final 10 kilometres of the journey to Cape Tribulation Village.
  • Return transfers from Cairns & Port Douglas hotels
  • Scenic Coastal Drive from Cairns to Port Douglas
  • Visit Mossman Gorge and participate in a Welcome to Country with traditional owners, the indigenous Kuku Yalanji people
  • Lunch in Daintree
  • Guided Rainforest Walk followed by a visit to the beach "where the rainforest meets the reef".
  • Visit the Daintree Ice Cream Co and enjoy a delicious tropical flavoured treat (own expense)
  • Daintree River (ferry crossing)
  • Short visit to world famous Port Douglas (Time permitting)
  • Breakfast (own cost)
  • Wildlife River Cruise (Not included, can be upgraded on the day for an extra cost)
  • Tours depart Cairns at approximately 7.30am and Port Douglas at approximately 9am and return at approximately 7pm (Cairns) and 6pm (Port Douglas)
What To Bring
  • Swimmers and towel
  • Sun protection and insect repellent
  • Cash or a card: Lunch is included in the Tour, however, there are extra at your own expense food stops along the way such as Breakfast and ice cream
Additional Information
  • Child age 2-11 years old - Children under 2 years old may travel free of charge and must sit on parents lap during the bus transfer. No meal is supplied.
Cancellation Policy
  • 50% cancellation fee applies within 48 hours of departure and 100% cancellation fee within 24 hours of departure
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the experience
  • Availability was accurate at the time of booking however, is subject to change due to circumstances out of our control
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher
  • We strongly suggest reconfirming your booking with the tour operator within 24 hours of making your booking and prior to making other travel arrangements

Recent reviews

51 review

Enjoyable tour and friendly tour guide. Looking for some cassowary in the wild is a bit exciting.

The tour was very educational and Jim (tour guide/driver) is very friendly. My son and I enjoyed this tour. We didn’t see much crocodile but the boat cruise is alright, I really enjoyed the Mossman gorge and we saw some cassowaries in the wild on the way back.

Vonn Kristel Borbon over 2 years ago

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