THINGS TO DO
So much to see, so much to do! We are experts in all things Daintree Rainforest so check out the activities below for a WILD time in the JUNGLE!
Walk in the Rainforest
Explore the ancient wonderland of the Daintree Rainforest by foot. Wander our own onsite 3km self guided jungle walk, do the three (approx 40mins each) free National Park walks, Jindalba, Madja, and Dubiji, or take a serious one day hike up Mount Sorrow for a fabulous view . If you want a bit more info while walking join us on our Guided Rainforest Night Discovery Walk (7-9pm $45A $30C) or take a Guided Day Walk with Cooper Creek Wilderness Walks.
Meander down the rivers and creeks spotting the myriad of birdlife, crocodiles and lots more creatures that call our waterways home on one of the river cruises (Solar Whisper or Cooper Creek Wilderness Cruises- both 1hr) Pay particular attention to the marvellous mangroves our rainforest nursery. For birdwatching specialists try a sunset and sunrise tours with The Daintree Boatman
Dip into the Waters
Our wonderful waterways are waiting for you whatever your watery inclination. Swing into the swimming holes (we'll tell you where they are, no crocodiles we promise), splash in our onsite swimming pool, ride the beach on horseback with Cape Trib Horserides or visit the Great Barrier Reef on a 1/2 or full day snorkelling trip with Ocean Safari
Discover the Wildlife
Discover the myriad of crazy critters here is this ancient land and marvel at the ways of nature. Visit the Discovery Centre, check out the Insect Museum, and take our Guided Night Walk or a Walkabout day tour with our local Yalanji people (Walkabout Cultural Tours)
Tempt your Tastebuds
Tropical tastes abound up here with two (yes two) ice cream factories. For a real look into the strange and wonderful world of tropical fruits take the Exotic Fruit Tasting tour (2hrs) Dinner and breakfast are covered in our own cafe where we make wholesome home style food everyday catering for all dietary types incl. vegan and gluten free. Note our cafe is closed February to Easter (opens at Easter). Self catering is best at this time. There are several restaurants and cafes around the area for lunching out and about.