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Tropical Horizons

Cape Tribulation & Daintree Rainforest
  • Mossman Gorge | Port Douglas
  • Daintree River Cruise | Cape Tribulation
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Cape Tribulation & Daintree  
FROM $183 per adult

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Cape Tribulation, Daintree Rainforest, Mossman Gorge - Tropical Horizons

Discover the unique wilderness area of the World Heritage listed rainforests of both Cape Tribulation & iconic Mossman Gorge with Tropical Horizons, a Eco-Certified nature tourism operator.

Departures: (Daily)

  • Includes return hotel transfers from:
  • Departs Cairns and Northern Beaches (Trinity Beach, Palm Cove) at 7am, returns approx 6:30pm.
  • Departs Port Douglas at 8:30am. returns approx 5:30pm.

Inclusions:

  • Mossman Gorge Gateway
    - Swim in Mossman Gorge or Guided Daintree National Park walk
  • Morning and afternoon teas
  • Daintree River Wildlife Cruise
  • Lunch in a rainforest setting
  • Cape Tribulation Beach and foreshore walk
  • Alexandra Range Lookout
  • Cable ferry crossing over Daintree River
  • National Park fees
  • Short Tour of Port Douglas

1 hour Daintree River Wildlife Cruise - catch a river boat and be guided down the Daintree River where there’s a good chance of catching a glimpse of a lazy crocodile or two, tree snakes, pythons and water birds.

Cape Tribulation Beach and a guided foreshore walk and Kulki lookout and observe where two of the world's natural wonders converge - the rainforest gives way to white sand and fringing coral reef!

Alexandra Range Lookout to enjoy this spectacular lookout over the Daintree River estuary, Snapper Island and beyond to the Coral Sea.
• Vehicular cable ferry crossing over the Daintree River.

Mossman Gorge Gateway Centre including all entrance fees and charges. This is a special place of significance to the local Ku Ku Yalanji people. The group is transferred by eco-friendly open electric vehicles, which quietly wind their way into the tranquil gorge surrounds. Enjoy an interpretive guided walk of the gorge and experience this ancient rainforest firsthand, or instead (subject to water volume) enjoy a refreshing swim.

• Return you to your accommodation with wonderful memories of this unique and precious wilderness area.

What to Bring:

  • Casual clothing
  • Comfortable walking shoes for track walking
  • Swimmers and Towel
  • Hat
  • Umbrella
  • Drinking water
  • Sunscreen