After motoring out of Cairns and up into the hinterland, we’re off for an Aboriginal Bush Tucker walk. This afternoon it’s time to get wet and steamy in the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park. After a busy day of travelling, it’s time for a filling feast and maybe a ‘coldie’ at the local bar (which is almost right on the beach!).
-Visit the Daintree Rainforest
-Bush Tucker Walk
Cape Trib is all yours for exploring today. Got a head for heights? There’s the optional Jungle Surfing zipline. Want to be beach-based? You can choose to go horse riding or snorkeling. There’s also a crocodile cruise for nature lovers and thrill seekers (eek!). Round out your day on a deserted beach with a glass of bubbles in your hand and your new mates by your side.
-Fly through the rainforest on the Jungle Surfing zipline
-Horse riding on the beach
-Explore the reef with Ocean Safari snorkelling
-Cruise for crocodiles along the Daintree River
Hungry for more rainforest action? You’re in luck, we’re off to Mossman Gorge. Besides the many waterfalls, there are some 30,000 plant and animal species to spot here. See where your lattes start life at a coffee plantation before moving on to try some tropical fruit wines or local spirits. Yungaburra is home for the night.
-Visit Mossman Gorge
-Delicious food & wine tastings
-Platypus spotting in the wild
Today cool off with a swim in a volcanic crater lake. At lunch, take in the beauty that is Millaa Millaa Falls, then it’s back towards the coast, via a few swimming spots. Tonight we stay in the heart of Mission Beach.
-Visit Lake Eacham
-Visit Millaa Millaa waterfalls
Start off with a beachside breakfast before exploring this oh-so-pretty part of the world. Then, on the way back to Cairns we'll take the Cassowary Coast trail with stops at Innisfail and another spot of swimming at Boulders. Say your goodbyes to your travel mates tonight, and get planning that next adventure.
-Entry to the National Park
-Visit the waterfalls
-Skydiving over Mission Beach
-Whitewater rafting down Tully River
-Snorkel at Dunk Island