Full Day Cape Tribulation + Daintree 

Sea + Rainforest Greeting – Rainforest Spirit Tours

Embark on a Journey with Rainforest Spirit Tours (our brother company) to the oldest low-lying rainforest in the world, estimated to be between 110 to 180 Million years old (6-10 times older than the Amazon Rainforest!)

With a maximum of 12 passengers on tour to explore the Daintree with, you’ll be sure it’s a personalised and fun but educational trip.

With a glimpse into the indigenous culture, a daring croc spotting boat cruise, beautiful lookouts, guided bush walk, a refreshing dip at Mossman Gorge and walks down the stunning beaches… We are not sure if you are going to want to leave our beautiful region afterwards!

Join our team at Rainforest Spirit Tours for an action packed adventure as they journey to the oldest low-laying rainforest in the world!

We only employ ”Truly Local Guides” therefore we can offer some of the best local Knowledge to our valued Guests. Also adding to your Safety while on the Tours! 

– Luke, Rainforest Spirit Tours

 

  • Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
  • Maximum 12 people
  • 5* reviews (on average)
  • Daintree Rainforest
  • Cape Tribulation
  • Mossman Gorge Entry
  • Palm Cove Beach
  • Croc boat Tour
  • Ice Cream stop at Aunt Bettys!
Itinerary

6:50am – Meet, Greet & setting off, outside of Gilligans you’ll see the Rainforest Spirit van.

  • Palm Cove Beach – a locals fav, before carrying on stopping in at the Rex lookout.
  • Mossman Gorge – a refreshing swim, guided bush walk on the local indiginous tribal land of the Kuku Yalangi people
  • Daintree River Croc Cruise – off the bus and on the boat, to test your luck on crocodile spotting!!
  • Daintree Rainforest – deep into the jungle &  up to the Alexandra Range Scenic lookout, where the reef meets the rainforest.
  • Cape Tribulation – lunch stop on the way in at a local cafe
  • Beach & Mangrove walk –  learn about the fauna & flora of the wet tropics
  • Port Douglas Mountain lookout & Four mile beach

Back to Cairns, end of tour 🙁

Please note: Inclusions, added extras & suprises cannot be written in this content, as they all determined on the day by the Guide. Contributing factors include: Group size and time keeping, weather conditions, Aboriginal guides willingness to teach on the day. Rainforest Spirit Tours will do their very best to ensure we deliver an outstanding action packed day! 

Includes
  • Comfy modern bus transportation
  • Croc boat cruise
  • Entrance into Mossman gorge
  • Indigenous Culture
  • Amazing lookouts

What to Bring
  • Togs/swimmers/bathers/bikini/boardies/cozzie
  • Towel & dry change of clothes
  • Camera –  for those precious moments!
  • Sunscreen, a hat – don’t be a lobster!
  • Cash or card for lunch – does not cater to vegans sorry!
Adult $158
Kids (4-14yrs) $90
Seniors $130

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we look forward to seeing you on the bus

Refund Policy: Customers will receive a full refund or credit with 24 hours notice of cancellation. Customers will also receive a full refund or credit in case of operator cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

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