Jungle Tours and Trekking

Multiple Locations

Jungle Tours operates out of Cairns and specialises in day and extended tours to the World Heritage areas of Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Wilderness, where the oldest rainforest in the world meets the Great Barrier Reef.

Small groups travel with their informative guides on air-conditioned buses. The tours include a combination of the Wildlife Habitat, cruises on the Daintree River searching for crocodiles and wildlife, Alexandra lookout, tropical lunch, guided rainforest boardwalk, exploring Cape Tribulation Beach and Jungle Surfing.

On the extended tours, various levels of accommodation are offered from backpacker dormitories to deluxe retreats. With plenty of options to party or relax.

Activities available include reef trips, sea kayaking or if you prefer to keep your feet dry enjoy bush walking through the World Heritage rainforest, horse-riding, jungle surfing or mountain bike riding.

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Horseriding
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

Go Jungle Surfing Day Tour

Enjoy one of the most scenic coastal drives in Australia along the Captain Cook Highway to Port Douglas.

The Wildlife Habitat - See the endangered cassowary and rare Lumholtz's Tree Kangaroo, with the opportunity to have your photograph taken holding a koala, snake or crocodile (extra cost). Alexandra Lookout - stop for magnificent views of the Daintree River and Coral Sea. Tropical lunch at picturesque setting (included). Jungle Surfing - Fly through the trees on ziplines, with a bird's eye view into the canopy and out to the reef. Experience the Daintree River Cruise on the way home.

Indicative rates

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$239 $239
Go Wild Day Tour

Go Wild Day Tour is the premier option, includes the best of Cape Tribulation and the Daintree, with guided walks, lunch, and guaranteed wildlife spotting.

Enjoy one of the most scenic coastal drives in Australia along the Captain Cook Highway to Port Douglas.

The Wildlife Habitat - See the endangered cassowary and rare Lumholtz's Tree Kangaroo, with the opportunity to have your photograph taken holding a koala, snake or crocodile (extra cost). Daintree River Cruise - spot crocodiles and other animals. Alexandra Lookout - stop for magnificent views of the Daintree River and Coral Sea. Tropical lunch at picturesque setting (included). Guided Rainforest Boardwalk and free time at Cape Tribulation Beach.

Indicative rates

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$150 $150
Go Wild Overnight Tour

Go Wild Day Tour, with overnight accommodation in Cape Tribulation.

Enjoy one of the most scenic coastal drives in Australia along the Captain Cook Highway to Port Douglas.

The Wildlife Habitat - See the endangered cassowary and rare Lumholtz's Tree Kangaroo, with the opportunity to have your photograph taken holding a koala, snake or crocodile (extra cost). Daintree River Cruise - spot crocodiles and other animals. Alexandra Lookout - stop for magnificent views of the Daintree River and Coral Sea. Tropical lunch at picturesque setting (included on first day only, all other meals are at own expense). Guided Rainforest Boardwalk and free time at Cape Tribulation Beach.

Drop off at Cape Tribulation accommodation.

Picked up following day at Cape Tribulation accommodation for return journey.

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