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Paddletrek Kayak Adventures

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Paddletrek Kayak Adventures offer guided sea kayaking tours from Cape Tribulation, along the spectacular Daintree Coast. Sea kayaking is the ultimate way to explore the region's tropical beaches, fringing reefs and mangroves. Enjoy amazing views of the Daintree coast. Learn about this unique environment. Get close to nature and spot sea turtles, sea eagles, dolphins, dugong and stingrays. Join them for a truly memorable holiday adventure!

Paddletrek offers morning and afternoon tours around Cape Tribulation Bay daily, and a day trip to uninhabited Snapper Island, just south of Cape Tribulation as well. Their half day tours require no previous experience. Tuition and all equipment is provided by their friendly and knowledgeable guides. Sturdy double and single, sit on top kayaks are available, and children age six and upward are welcome to join their parents. The Snapper Island trip requires a good level of fitness an some kayaking experience is perferrable.

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing

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Cape Tribulation, Daintree National Park

Cape Tribulation, Douglas Area
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In this section of the Daintree National Park, steep rainforested mountains sweep down to long sandy beaches and turquoise coastal waters. One of the most biologically diverse areas in the world, this park is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and the coastal waters are within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. At Cape Tribulation, rainforest meets reef, and two world heritage areas collide, in spectacular style! This section of the park stretches in a narrow strip from the Daintree River in the south to the Bloomfield River in the north and the dense upland rainforest that cloaks the coastal range contains many ancient plants and animals. Camp at Noah Beach camping area and explore the park on walks ranging from the 650 metre return Jindalba boardwalk through tropical lowland rainforest, to the 1.2 kilometre return Marrja boardwalk through rainforest and mangroves. Experienced and well-prepared bushwalkers can tackle the 7 kilometre return Mount Sorrow ridge trail. Keep an eye out for cassowaries and drive slowly through cassowary territory. Remember to be croc wise around creeks and beaches.

Cow Bay

Cow Bay, Douglas Area
After crossing the Alexandra Range visitors encounter the first bit of 'civilisation' north of the Daintree River at Cow Bay, located halfway between the Daintree River and Cape Tribulation and offering great beach and rainforest experiences. The turn off to Cow Bay Beach is at Buchanan Creek Road. On the way you can observe the hills of the Alexandra Range (on the right) with its dark rainforest vegetation. Watch for birds, butterflies and cassowaries in this area.  The three secluded bays of Cow Bay Beach are perfect for relaxing, swimming and snorkeling on the inshore reefs and also fishing and beach walking. There are always shady spots on these beaches. Guided sea kayaking can be booked locally at Crocodylus Village. Cow Bay is not a township but a place name derived from the farming of cattle in the area in the early days. The other idea is that Cow Bay is named after the dugongs (sea cows) which come to feed on the seagrass beds in the bay. Cow Bay had a colourful past of farming, logging and grazing. Today tourism is the main industry and sustainability is the main aim of the local community. Local businesses in the Cow Bay and Diwan region offer various types of accommodation - resort style, backpacker, holiday houses, apartments, bed and breakfasts and camping. There is the Daintree Discovery Centre, home-made ice-creams, restaurants, cafés, art and craft, rainforest tours, tea growing, an air strip, horse riding, overnight sea-kayaking to Snapper Island, guided walks and the RACQ depot.
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