Choose your options: Your rainforest day of adventure begins as you board an air-conditioned coach, then enjoy a magnificent scenic coastal highway drive north along the Great Barrier Reef Drive to the iconic Daintree Rainforest.
Choose from Starter Pack or our Rainforest Deluxe Pack tours
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Explore Port Douglas, Mossman Gorge, Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest.
The journey toward the world’s oldest rainforest the World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest is a breathtaking spectacle in itself!
Enveloped by mountain ranges and a truly remarkable seascape of the Great Barrier Reef, you'll reach the village of Port Douglas.
Discover the town’s boutiques and eateries or upgrade to visit the Wildlife Habitat with a chance to cuddle a koala!
Then it’s off to the enchanting Mossman Gorge. While leading you through a canopy of ancient trees and shady walkways, a friendly guide will share Dreamtime tales of the gorge's Indigenous people.
After discovering the cascading rapids, it will be time for uninhabited beaches.
Cape Tribulation is a wonderland of shoreline and spellbinding jungle and where you can indulge in a tropical lunch.
From the cape, you'll travel to the prehistoric Daintree Rainforest, 150 million years in the making and where you’ll spot wildlife only found in this part of the world.
8.30 - 9.30am Port Douglas Wildlife Habitat (Or explore Port Douglas)
10.00 - 11.00am Mossman Gorge
12.30 - 1.15pm Lunch Cape Tribulation Beach House
1.15 - 1.45pm Explore Cape Tribulation Beach, see the lookouts
3.00 - 4.00pm Daintree River Crocodile and Wildlife Cruise
The Daintree Rainforest Starter Pack give you the option to BYO lunch and exclude entry into the Wildife Habitat in Port Douglas
Our Daintree Rainforest Deluxe Pack include a delicious lunch at the Cape Tribulation Beach House and free time in Port Douglas or entry to see native Australian animals at the wildlife habitat and maybe even cuddle a koala, pet a kangaroo, and cuddle a python.
Famed as ‘The Gateway to Paradise’, the stunning coastal town of Port Douglas is a sanctuary of breathtaking beach, lush foliage and unique boutique shopping.
Explore this vibrant little village that showcases arts, crafts and eateries as well as the breathtaking panorama of Four Mile Beach.
Or you may choose to upgrade your tour and spend your time at the optional Wildlife Habitat tour.
See endangered and beautiful native Australian animals, maybe a cute wombat up close or even a thrilling giant python!
There’s also interactive reptile, bird and marsupial shows where you'll be invited to pat a Frilled Neck Lizard, feed a wallaby and even cuddle up to a koala.
You’ll meet an extraordinary array of Australian wildlife on this unforgettable tour.
After exploring Port Douglas, your coach will journey through a blanket of cane fields and an incredible vista of tropical alps.
On arrival at Mossman Gorge, you’ll enter the realms of behemoth trees and whispering, flowing rapids, and be surrounded by the musical echoes of birds calling through the forest.
From your friendly tour guide you'll hear all about the local Kuku Yalanji Aboriginal people and learn about the customary smoking ceremony, performed to keep negative energy and spirits at bay.
Nature lovers will adore the trek across shady boardwalks which lead to suspended bridges over sparkling rapids.
You might even spot a rare Hercules Moth which has the largest wing area of any moth in the world!
The natural wonderland of Cape Tribulation is set in a valley, encompassed by mountain peaks and scenic coastline.
It’s home to 65% of Australia's butterflies and 20% of its songbirds, some of which are found only here.
Though discovered by Captain Cook, the cape’s origins are ancient.
Flora and fauna are estimated at 100 to 180 million years old. Cape Tribulation is the only place on earth where two World Heritage listed regions meet.
See the rainforest and reef showcased at breathtaking Alexandra Lookout; a peak with a mesmerising view of Shipwreck Bay, Snapper Island and the iconic Daintree Rainforest.
At its historic beach, enjoy a walk and a refreshing swim if you want. You can also indulge in a delicious lunch at the cape’s colourful village.
Entering something close to ‘The Land That Time Forgot’, this oldest rainforest on earth has preserved rare flora and fauna since prehistoric times.
It is also a place of mystery and legend. Aboard a boat on the Daintree River, you’ll see wildlife in its natural habitat.
Journeying under a canopy of ancient trees and through emerald terrain rich with hidden life, you may spot a massive saltwater croc lazing in the sun or even a magnificent cassowary, a 1.5 to 2m emu-like bird with rainbow plumes, watching from the shady shores.
You'll learn how some of the meandering mangroves and wildlife species are found nowhere else, in this ecosystem that is the only in existence with two World Heritage icons living side by side.
The Rex Lookout is our last iconic stop on the way home to Cairns.
This lookout offers stunning coastal and forest vistas along the Great Barrier Reef and her outlying Islands.
This is the spot where hang gliders launch themselves into the air pockets and hope they get a big rise into the heavens above.
Simply amazing views
Extend your rainforest experience by sleeping in the heart of the forest under a veil of stars.
With a great choice of Daintree Rainforest accommodation from self-contained apartments and fun and friendly dorm-style rooms to beautiful private cabins, there is something to suit all styles of travellers.
As the rainforest literally comes alive in the twilight hours, you may spot the spectacular sight of a striped possum or baby bandicoot.
You'll hear the extraordinary call of night birds, especially the mysterious wail of a Curlew and could discover a Bennett’s Tree Kangaroo or another night time phenomena such as a Boyd’s Forest Dragon, a lizard found nowhere else on earth.
Broaden your horizons by waking to the dawn of a once-in-a-lifetime jungle sunrise.
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January - December
Excludes Christmas & New Years day
Not suitable for disabled passengers.
Infants under the age of four travel free.
All cancellations must be in writing. Please note that all cancellations will incur an administration fee. Please see our terms and conditions for details prior to booking.
Pricing: Adult age: 17yrs+; Child age: 4-16yrs; Infants up to 3yrs. Children up to 15yrs must be accompanied by an adult. Passengers under 18yrs will require parental guardian signature. Safety: Divers 65yrs+ must provide a current ‘AS4005.1’ dive medical prior to travel. Please consider weather and wind strength before booking. Semi-submersible tours are weather permitting. Cancellations/Alterations/Refunds: No refunds for cancellations within 18 hours of departure time; 24 hours for dive courses and packaged products. Re booking fees apply for alterations made within these times. The operator reserves the right to cancel the tour, change vessel type or arrange an alternative carrier in the event of bad weather or mechanical problems. No refunds for voluntary uncompleted dives.