Daintree Safaris

Multiple Locations

Let Daintree Safaris do the driving while you relax and enjoy the scenery from the comfort of their new Toyota Four Wheel Drive Land Cruiser. They will take you to their famous National Parks and show you some surprises off the beaten track.

Cross the Daintree River by cable ferry on the way to Jindalba for a morning tea of fresh plunger coffee, tea, and home-made muffins, then stroll with your guide through the board-walks.

See the only place where two World Heritage sites meet as the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef touch over the beach at Cape Tribulation. Take advantage of a true locals experience as you visit the secret untouched swimming hole. Visit the Daintree Ice Cream Company for a taste of their tropical delights before stopping for a photo at the scenic Alexandra Lookout.

An a la carte lunch follows at The Daintree Tea House Restaurant featuring Barramundi and exotic tropical fruit. After that they cruise the Daintree River with a local wildlife expert.

With over 20 years' local experience, full National Park permits and Queensland Government accreditation, Daintree Safaris know exactly how to show you the best of their beautiful region in style.

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming

Other Information

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our tours

Daintree Safaris

Daintree Safaris offer luxury, four wheel drive day tours from Port Douglas to the ancient Daintree Rainforest. They carry a maximum of just six guests per day, travelling exclusively in a spacious, air-conditioned, Toyota Land Cruiser.

Spend an unforgettable day with them, exploring the oldest, continuous rainforest on Earth. At Cape Tribulation you'll see the Daintree meet the Great Barrier Reef, the only place on Earth where two World Heritage sites meet in one location. Take advantage of a true locals experience as you enjoy their secret, untouched swimming hole far away from the crowds in a stunning natural setting. Try a home-made delight at The Daintree Ice cream Company then stop for a photo at the beautiful Alexandra Lookout.

Enjoy a sumptuous lunch at the charming Daintree Teahouse Restaurant before the thrill of an hour long wildlife cruise on the mighty Daintree River. With over 20 year's local experience, your guide, Nicholas Fox, knows exactly how to show you the best of their region in comfort and style.

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Springsure, Central Highlands Area
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Alpha

Alpha, Barcaldine Area
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Anakie

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Minerva Hills National Park

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Free Entry
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Tambo, Blackall-Tambo Area
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Sapphire, Central Highlands Area
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