3 Day Daintree, Cooktown & Outback - Fully Inclusive
Prices are listed in Australian dollars and include GST.
- Tour Details
- Optional Extras
Included in price:
All breakfasts, morning tea, light lunches and evening meals as per itinerary, National Park entry fees and permits, Experienced local driver guide, Luxury late model well appointed vehicles, Quality accommodation with private facilities, Bottled water supplied on tour, Small group numbers offering unrivalled, friendly and personalized service
3 days, 2 nights
7:15 AM Daily
Approximately 5pm (Approximately)
Pick Up from accommodation is included
What to bring:
Small overnight size bag, camera, sunscreen, hat
Fitness level required:
Please enquire with operator as to suitably for children
This tour requires a minimum of guests to operate, you will be waitlisted until minimum numbers are reached
Cairns, Cape Tribulation, Cooktown, Daintree, Atherton Tablelands, Black Mountain and Clohesy River
Adults: $190.00 | Children: – | Family: – | Pensioners: –
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This small personalised tour provides a great opportunity to visit Cooktown as well as a chance to experience some of traditional Aboriginal culture.
Sit back relax and enjoy three wonderful days of viewing some of the world's most pristine Rainforest and coastal views that Australia has to offer. On this all inclusive hotel and meals package tour, you will travel in small groups, with a maximum of only 6 people.
DAY 1 - CAIRNS TO COOKTOWN VIA WET TROPICS & ATHERTON TABLELANDS
After pick up from your accommodation, we ascend the Lamb Range above Cairns with amazing views over city and beyond. We arrive at Copperlode Dam and Lake Morris, Cairns water catchment area. Our exclusive permit allows us to 4WD through the rainforest and river crossings to view rare King Ferns, one of our earliest vascular plant forms dating back to 325 million years. We then visit a World Heritage Rainforest Boardwalk where you’ll view giant Strangler Fig Trees. We then head to one of Australia’s original coffee plantations - Jaques on the Atherton Tablelands for a delightful morning tea (including local coffee & scones). Visit the Mareeba Wetlands, a sanctuary for much of tropical Australia savannah and wetland wildlife and cultural heritage. Check out Bob’s Lookout before heading to Palmer River Roadhouse for lunch. Heading on towards Cooktown & mysterious Black Mountain, we climb some rugged terrain for a visit to Archer Point Lighthouse - a beacon to guide ships along the Great Barrier Reef. It’s then time for a refreshing drink (own expense) at the Lions Den Pub - another classic Aussie Icon. We then make our way to our overnight accommodation.
Overnight: Cooktown. Single/ Twin/ Double (ensuite)
DAY 2 - EXPLORE COOKTOWN
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
After an early breakfast, we visit the famous "Willy Gordon Guurrbi Tour" this is truly an amazing tour. Willie’s magical Aboriginal tours are recognised as one of Australia's must-do experiences and his small business has received a host of accolades, both here and overseas. In 2007 he received the Gnunkai Best Indigenous Tour Guide Award, and in 2008 was particularly proud to be named Cook Shire’s Citizen of the year. We then head into the centre of Cooktown and enjoy a light lunch. After lunch we enjoy a town tour and head up to Grassy Hill lookout for a look at fantastic view of Cooktown and its famous "River of Gold". It’s then onto the Historic Captain James Cook Museum. It’s then time to head south towards Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest. Engaging 4WD we travel along the Bloomfield Track enjoying many scenic spots including Bloomfield Falls, Cedar Bay National Park, a boardwalk and more. After arriving at Cape Tribulation, you are free to take a walk on the beach and head up to Kulki Lookout. We then head towards our overnight accommodation.
Overnight: Cape Tribulation. Single/ Twin/ Double (ensuite)
DAY 3 - COOKTOWN TO CAIRNS/ PORT DOUGLAS VIA THE CAPTAIN COOK HIGHWAY
After a leisurely breakfast, we head on towards Thornton Beach, adjacent to Queensland's third highest mountain, Thornton Peak. There’s the opportunity for an optional stop at the famous Daintree Ice Cream Company to enjoy some of their homemade tropical fruit ice creams. We then stop at Alexandra Lookout for spectacular views over the Daintree River mouth and beyond to Low isles and Snapper Island. We arrive at the famous Daintree River for our cable ferry crossing and then towards the Daintree Tea House for a special lunch at one of the Daintree region’s oldest established restaurants with a choice to try delicious Barramundi Fish (other menu items are available) and exotic tropical fruits. After lunch, enjoy a one hour cruise on the Daintree River where crocodiles and varied native bird species are spotted. This is your chance to see one of Australia’s most famous rivers through the eyes of a local, naturalist guide. Finally, we head south along the picturesque Captain Cook Highway towards Cairns with an optional stop at Mossman Gorge and Port Douglas. Your driver will drop you back to your accommodation in Cairns or Port Douglas in the early evening.
Please remember that Single Travellers must purchase the optional extra "single supplement" if you prefer your own private room, otherwise you may be roomed with another single traveller.
Seasonal weather conditions and operational requirements may cause a variation in the tour itinerary. The operator reserves the right to subsitute or modify if required Please read our terms and conditions carefully. Departure and Return times are approximate. Tour is not suitable for infants.