Night-time croc-spotting tours on the Daintree River are extremely popular with early-morning cruises to see the rich bird life. Pythons, lizards, frogs, and electric-blue Ulysses butterflies attract photographers, and sport fishermen come here to do battle with big barramundi.
There are cruises along the estuaries and rivers to do a spot of fishing as well as boating and many wonderful charters to set out on for deep sea, reef or game fishing as well as many scuba diving charters being very popular to visitors.
There are many guided tours available from 2 hour guided walks to half and full day 4WD treks north along the Bloomfield track or perhaps you would like to learn more about the rainforest environment, its plants, birds and butterflies. See the upper levels of the rainforest canopy on the aerial walkways and canopy tower. And many people love to Jungle Surf so why not indulge your craving for adventure & glide through the rainforest canopy on a series of flying fox runs with experienced guides to explain what you see along the way.
The Entomological Museum is the most comprehensive collection of insects & butterflies from the Daintree region collected over 30 years that you can visit all year round or maybe you would like to learn about the Aboriginal Heritage. This region was once the home to the tribal rainforest people of the Kuku Yalanji, the Daintree area still retains its cultural significance, added to which, the tribal community have now become involved in the management and tourism of the area. Experience the aboriginal perspective of the rainforest on a Dreamtime Walk in the Mossman Gorge.
There are just so many exciting and awe-inspiring attractions to be found within the Daintree and Cape Tribulation region, so why don’t you come and discover this captivating place for yourself on your next holiday.
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