Cairns draws Backpackers to its shores in droves every year where they come to soak up the sunshine, relax and have a really good time. Located in far north Queensland, many backpackers use Cairns as the stopping port to access many of the surrounding attractions such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation and the Atherton Tablelands. With a huge range of flashpackers and hostels combined with numerous tours, famous attractions and fun filled activities, there is no wonder why backpackers love Cairns. From where ever you check into, you can be sure that your backpacker hostel will never be far from the main city centre where you can enjoy nightlife, shopping, dining options galore and great city living.
Soak up some rays on the pristine beaches, swim all year round in the crystal blue ocean waters and come nightfall either enjoy the entertainment and festivities that many of the hostels put on or make your way out for the night to the nightclubs, bars or Casino. Cairns is loaded with things to do whether it be during the day or night, so you will never be left wondering what to do next and the only thing you will find hard is deciding what to experience first. Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, dive the coral gardens and see mantra rays, moray eels, turtles and passing whales in the winter months, cruise around the Frankland Islands or Green Island that lie just off shore or try your hand at Jungle Surfing which will certainly give you a thrill. Backpackers can enjoy a host of activities no matter what your interests might be, from sky diving, bungy jumping or rafting down the white water rapids of the rivers that surround Cairns.
Use Cairns accommodation as your one stop shop for thrills, spills and plenty of outdoor fun and entertainment. From dawn until dusk and then on into the night you can experience a host of activities that will make you wish you never had to leave! Everything you could possibly want will be right at your fingertips from scenic rail rides along the famous Skyrail and Kuranda where cascading waterfalls and breathtaking scenery will be just the beginning of what you can look forward to or set out on a night diving expedition for a different take on the underwater world that lies just off shore from Cairns. Whether you are up in the air, out on the water or keeping your feet firmly planted on terror firmer, backpackers instantly fall in love with Cairns from the moment they arrive.
With everything that you can see and do no matter what time of year you decide to travel here combined with the huge range of backpacker accommodation this certainly is a great place for all travelling backpackers to enjoy first hand. Being such a popular holiday destination with all tourist from across the globe it is always advised that you book your preferred accommodation, travel plans and tours well in advance so that you don’t miss out on exactly how you wish to spend your time in Cairns.
Enquire today about the endless list of things all backpackers can enjoy while stopping at Cairns, but make sure that you leave more than a couple of days, because it simply will not be enough time to see it all in!
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