Ladies and Indulgentlemen

Rejuvenation. Detoxification. Sophistication. You’re about lots of–ions. Except action. For you, it’s destination relaxation. Think exquisite face and body treatments, a room with a view and a beverage in hand. The only thing missing in this picture is you.

Your day starts with single origin Tropical North Queensland coffee and fresh tropical fruit. It ends with a beachside dining experience with mere millimetres between your table and the sand. In between, there’s a whole lot of relaxing.

When you’re not treating your body at a Palm Cove day spa or boutique shopping in Port Douglas, we’ll find you with another kind of high society – hovering in a helicopter over the reef before landing on a sand cay to indulge in a champagne picnic.

Go on, retreat yourself.

To find your paradise, start exploring the Ladies & Indulgentlemen must dos and deals below.

LADIES & INDULGENTLEMEN MUST DOs

Day 1:

Your day starts and ends in the one place: a spa resort in Palm Cove where you shuffle between the day spa, plunge pool, and private deck in your towelling bathrobe. The icing on the cake is a degustation dinner served beachside.

Day 2:

Get a birds’ eye view of the reef with a helicopter and private sand cay experience. Spend some time snorkelling, then indulge in a champagne picnic, before taking the chopper home, James Bond style.

Day 3:

Take ‘room with a view’ to a whole new level from your treehouse, tucked away in the Daintree Rainforest. Up the special factor with a meal perfectly balanced with local flavours, accompanied by the soundtrack of the Mossman River babbling below.

Day 4:

Customise your very own personal boat charter to the Outer Barrier Reef.  When you come up for air, fuel those weary snorkelling bones at an alfresco restaurant in Port Douglas.

Day 5:

Souvenir shop (for yourself) in Port Douglas and finish your holiday with one last taste of Tropical North Queensland with a cocktail in hand.

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