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Private 1 Day Daintree Tour

A Daintree Tour with everything!
This premium full-day private Daintree tour has pick-ups in a luxury 4WD vehicle from Cairns, the Northern Beaches, and Port Douglas. Depending on where you commence your journey, will impact the itinerary. ‍
‍ If you are beginning your journey from Cairns or the Northern Beaches, you will venture along the scenic Great Barrier Reef Drive, to Port Douglas. The drive winds along the edge of the Coral Sea and Great Barrier Reef past unspoiled tropical beaches and iconic views. We will stop at Rex Lookout to enjoy these iconic views of the Great Barrier Reef.
For guests that are being picked up from Port Douglas, we stop at flagstaff hill looking over Port Douglas. ‍We then journey to Mossman Gorge to enjoy the crystal-clear cascades over large granite boulders, surrounded by beautiful rainforest. Then explore the famous Daintree River on an eco-friendly Daintree River Crocodile Cruise, boasting a vast range of wildlife, birds and the iconic Estuarine Crocodiles. Solar Whisper is the only zero-emission boat in the Daintree region, and their experienced Coxswain provides a unique perspective of the River, Rainforest and Mangroves whilst searching for the elusive apex predator. The boat is fitted with a "CROC CAM", so everyone gets the best opportunity to experience interactions no matter where you are sitting. Cross the Daintree River on the Ferry and feel the main-land drift away as you become immersed in the completely off-grid community.


Travel to Alexandra Lookout, providing picture-perfect views of where you will be in awe of the Daintree Rainforest and sweeping views over the Great Barrier Reef. The Marrdja Boardwalk is a walk in the rainforest that you will never forget. This trail is wheelchair accessible, and whilst it is only 1.2km long - it will take you 350 million years back in time. The informative signs along the boardwalk will teach you about the history of this land, and living specimens of each significant stage of plant evolution over time. The lush vegetation and ever-changing scenery are sure to captivate, and you will be mesmerized as you stroll along this incredible route. You’ll come across a viewing platform that looks out over Noah Creek, providing you with stunning views... just be sure to keep your eyes peeled for crocodiles lurking in the waters below! Pitstop in to the Daintree Ice Cream Company, which is a family-friendly destination that features unique ice cream made from exotic fruits grown in their very own orchard. There is a beautiful Self-Guided Orchard Walk for those interested in fruit trees of the Tropics. This place serves amazing ice cream delights and is an absolute must-see for anyone visiting the Daintree Rainforest! Next stop Cape Tribulation Beach is one of the most beautiful parts of Tropical Far North Queensland, and its beauty comes from its untouched wilderness. Cape Tribulation is a truly unique, completely off-grid community where the Rainforest is so dense, it is one of the few places that weren't affected by the Ice Age!

We then head to Cape Tribulation Beach and enjoy the magnificent scenic views of the Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef. To finish the day, we’ll travel back to along the Great Barrier Reef drive to Port Douglas, Northern Beaches and Cairns, while keeping an eye out for Cassowaries. This is the best value Private 1 Day Daintree Tour, so come join us today!
Meals: Lunch, at Whet Cafe or Cassowary Restaurant (Subject to availability). Morning Tea, at Foxton Bridge Mossman.

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Private 1 Day Cooktown Tour from Cairns or Port Douglas

A Cairns to Cooktown Tour with everything!

This premium full-day private Cairns to Cooktown tour has pick-ups in a luxury 4WD vehicle from Cairns, the Northern Beaches, and Port Douglas. Depending on where you commence your journey, will impact the itinerary. ‍
‍ If you are beginning your journey from Cairns or the Northern Beaches, you will venture along the scenic Great Barrier Reef Drive, to Port Douglas. The drive winds along the edge of the Coral Sea and Great Barrier Reef past unspoiled tropical beaches and iconic views. We will stop at Rex Look out to enjoy these iconic views of the Great Barrier Reef.
Cross the Daintree River on the Ferry and feel the main-land drift away as you become immersed in the completely off-grid community. Travel to Alexandra Lookout, providing picture-perfect views of where the Daintree Rainforest and sweeping views over the Great Barrier Reef. The Marrdja Boardwalk is a walk in the rainforest that you will never forget. This trail is wheelchair accessible, and whilst it is only 1.2km long -it will take you 350 million years back in time. The informative signs along the boardwalk will teach you about the history of this land, and living specimens of each significant stage of plant evolution over time. The lush vegetation and ever-changing scenery are sure to captivate, and you will be mesmerized as you stroll along this incredible route. You’ll come across aviewing platform that looks out over Noah Creek, providing you with stunning views... just be sure to keep your eyes peeled for crocodiles lurking in the waters below!
Pitstop in to the Daintree Ice Cream Company, which is a family-friendly destination that features unique ice cream made from exotic fruits grown in their very own orchard. There is a beautiful Self-Guided Orchard Walk for those interested in fruit trees of the Tropics. This place serves amazing ice cream delights and is an absolute must-see for anyone visiting the Daintree Rainforest!
Next stop Cape Tribulation Beach is one of the most beautiful parts of Tropical Far North Queensland, and its beauty comes from its untouched wilderness. Cape Tribulation is a truly unique, completely off-grid community where theRainforest is so dense, it is one of the few places that weren't affected bythe Ice Age.
Experience the breathtaking gigantic 500-year-old Fig Tree. Your 4WD will cross the cool, clear waters of Emmagen Creek, pretty as a postcard. Then we get onto the iconic Bloomfield Track, a 4WD mecca steeped in controversial conservation history connecting Cape Tribulation to the Indigenous township of Wujal Wujal. The Bloomfield Track is rated as one of Queensland’s most scenic 4WD short road trips – a bucket-list drive for bothlocal and international enthusiasts. Flanked by pristine coastline on one side and ancient rainforest on the other, this track to Cooktown is a feast for the eyes.
Experience the captivating natural beauty of Australia's Top End through th eeyes of our visionary artists. Bana Yirriji is a centre for artists in a rainforest, who create contemporary artworks inspired by their traditional culture and landscape; telling stories that explore relationships between land, country and people. The Collection includes paintings and works on paper, textiles and artefacts, complemented by locally made contemporary jewellery, wearable art, decorative accessories and products for the home –bringing the wild and the exquisite into your world. With artwork often sold-out, this is a exclusive experience. Wujal Wujal is a remote region in Far North Queensland sacred to the Kuku-Yalanji people. The area is home to ancient coastal rainforests, stoney Black Mountains and intricate Mangroves providing habitat for many forms of marine life that have evolved over thousands of years alongside the Aboriginal people.‍ Travel alongside the winding Bloomfield River, ending at the base of the beautiful Bloomfield Falls; also known as Wujal Wujal Falls or "Roaring Meg". Returning via a short 400m walking track.
Leaving Wujal Wujal behind, we're ready to venture to the elusive Black Mountain; a place of mystery and legend to Indigenous and non-Indigenous people alike. To traditional owners, Kalkajaka is a sacred battlefield of both spirits and warring clan groups. It's also a site where the natural elements of water and fire formed the Earth, giving birth to numerous other landforms along the Trevathan Range. Kalkajaka has its own Rainbow Serpent, called Walumba. Enjoy lunch and a cold one at the legendary 1875 Lions Den Hotel. The Lions Den Hotel is one of the oldest Pubs in Far North Queensland and though it's well off the beaten track, the pub has long been on the bucket-list for adventure seekers in Cape York. The walls still boast the signatures – dating back to the 1800s – of thirsty tin miners on the walls and ceilings.
When the 1878 Cooktown Botanic Gardens were established, they were the first of their kind in Far North Queensland, offering the ideal environment to cultivate a diversity of exotic plants found only in the Cape York region. Today, the acclaimed gardens represent and reflect the cultural heritage of Cooktown, Australia's European Pioneer Settlement. It is also a popular refuge for local birdlife, including the Zebra Finch and Crimson Finch. We will make our way to the top of Grassy Hill, one of Cooktown's most popular attractions. Even if you're only inspired by a walk in the park, Grassy Hill offers a 360-degree view of Cooktown, The Endeavour River and The Great Barrier Reef. As you climb the Hill and look over every direction, you'll notice that very little has changed since Captain James Cook first set foot on this land. Afterwards we will head to James Cook Museum where you will discover the rich history of Cooktown in Far North Queensland. Set in a stunning nineteenth-century convent, Cooktown Museum is a must-see when visiting Far North Queensland. The museum houses an extensive collection of local Guugu Yimithiir artefacts, along with an original anchor and canon from HMB Endeavour that were salvaged in the 1970s. This heritage listed idea was constructed in1880 and has been reimagined to tell the fascinating stories of the region. We will journey south towards Cairns and Port Douglas via the Mulligan Highway. Be in awe of your incredible Cooktown Tour and join us on a tour of a lifetime.
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Please note: All itineraries are subject to change due to weather, road conditions, unexpected circumstances or Tour Guides decision based on what is best for the group and preferences. This itinerary is ONLY a guide. Our itineraries are flexible, at Far North Escapes we modify our itineraries based on our guests needs and operational requirements. We believe in accommodating all our guest's needs and creating a remarkable Far North Queensland Adventure.

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Private 1 Day Undara Tour

After collecting you from your hotel at approximately 7:00 AM, we'll head for the Outback Savannah country west of Cairns. We'll make our way up the Gilles Highway and on to the Volcanic Crater and then continue through the fertile Atherton Tablelands and its agricultural diversity to Ravenshoe. Pass through this charming town on our way to the Undara Lava Tubes National Park. Upon arrival, we check in for the unforgettable Undara Archway Explorer Lava Tube Tour. On this tour, we explore caverns and discover the true geological beauty and secluded hidden nature with the experienced and informative Savannah Guides on a 2-hour boardwalk guided tour of the Undara Lava Tubes. The lava tubes are acclaimed as the world's longest and oldest lava tubes, which lie in the northern parts of tropical Queensland. The caves were formed over 190,000 years ago when a major volcano in the McBride volcanic province erupted, causing molten lava to flow down a dry riverbed. As the volcanic eruption slowed and stopped, the lava drained out of the tubes, leaving a series of long, hollow tunnels. These tubes have withstood the test of time and are currently preserved to retain the history of being formed over 190,000 years ago.



Leaving the Undara Lava Tubes behind, it is time for some lunch at Fettler's Iron Pot Bistro, which takes pride in place in a former railway carriage. The menu at Fettler's is as retro as the furnishings, serving up corned beef, Georgetown sausages and homemade desserts, including their crowd-pleasing chocolate volcano. After a relaxing lunch, we then venture around Undara National Park. Our first stop will be at the Kalkani Crater, which follows the line of the volcano and circuits the crater rim. The views are mesmerising – to take in the Undara lava plains and other volcanic vents that point to a time when this was an active eruption zone.
Finally, as our Undara tour concludes, we head back towards Cairns via the Gillies Range. While the sunsets over the Gulf Savannah Country, on our way back, we take in the breathtaking sites of the Australian Outback. Reminiscing on the fantastic Undara tour we have just experienced before returning to your accommodation.
Meals: Lunch, at Fettler's Iron Pot Bistro. Morning Tea, at Undara.

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