Day 1 Cairns, Port Douglas to Cape Tribulation
Discover one of Australias most scenic coastal drives to Cooya Beach and be guided by Kubirri Warra brothers on one of their beach, mudflat and mangrove walks.
Participate in traditional activities of the Kuku Yalanji culture like throwing a spear, hunting wildlife and tracking coastal resources from Linc and Brandon Walker of Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tours.
Experience a 1-hour crocodile and wildlife-spotting river cruise on the Daintree River.
Encounter the spectacular Niau Falls situated on a secluded 450-acre private property. Here you will learn about the primitive plants and the original French settler family.
Overnight: Cape TribulationBudget Option: Hostel multi share Standard Otion: 3 star Motel twin share Deluxe Option: Resort 4 star twin share
Day 2 Cape Tribulation to Cooktown
Travel on The Bama Way through the World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park.
Experience the mountain ranges and rivers on the Bloomfield Track, only accessible by 4WD. Learn about the significance of Bloomfield Falls from the Walker Family, the traditional custodians.
Enjoy lunch at the Lions Den Hotel, an Australian pub established in 1875. After lunch experience the mysterious Black Mountains which are a part of ancient Aboriginal legend.
Encounter 360 degree panoramic views of Cooktown, the Coral Sea and the Endeavour River from the vantage point of Grassy Hill.
Overnight: CooktownBudget Option: Hostel multi share Standard Otion: 3 star Motel twin share Deluxe Option: Resort 4 star twin share
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Day 3 Cooktown to Cairns
Discover the Aboriginal Rock Art sites of the Nugal-warra and meet with Elder Willie Gordon of Guurrbi Tours.
Hear the stories behind the art as you visit six sites including Reconciliation cave and an ancestral Birthing Site. The tour includes an estimated 30-minute bush walk on generally easy terrain. Water is provided, and cameras are welcome.
Encounter the stunning scenery of the far north Queensland outback as you depart from Cooktown following Australias Great Dividing Range.