小世界旅程（Small World Journeys）是開恩茲（Cairns）的生態之旅公司。
業者也可以根據您的時間和預算，量身打造獨立旅程（Independent Journey）。 這種自訂行程能一覽開恩茲（Cairns）的精華，包括此區的礁岩、雨林和內陸，讓旅客以保護生態和舒服的方式，遊覽眾多名勝。
業者如何達成環保目標呢？ 他們付費給國際永續旅遊（Sustainable Travel International），作為行程碳排放的補償，並支持當地自營商家，讓社區有穩定收入。 業者規劃的行程強調教育和環保旅遊。 小世界旅程（Small World Journeys）也會捐款給環保和原住民團體，並在澳洲雨林基金會（Australian Rainforest Foundation）的協助下，以賓客名義認養 25 平方公尺的雨林。
On this student excursion in Queensland’s far north, you discover how “sustainability” takes many forms. Hands-on activities on this trip include native tree planting, assembling hygiene packs for the homeless, monitoring coral bleaching at the Great Barrier Reef and making crafts with the elderly–all projects that help people and the planet.
You also have fun discovering the natural beauty of two UNESCO World Heritage areas–The Wet Tropics and The Great Barrier Reef–and why local people are making such an effort to protect them. In the Wet Tropics you encounter edible and medicinal plants with an Aboriginal guide, and learn some traditions of the local Yirrganydji Indigenous people and at the Great Barrier Reef you swim among a rainbow of fish and corals.
Far North Queensland is rich with indigenous traditions, and a confluence of cultures brings together a striking blend of art, language, dance, food and ceremony. On this tour, you discover similarities in Aboriginal culture as well as vast differences among the Tjapukai, Kuku Yalanji, Jirrbal and Yidinji through talks, walks and fun activities. Authentic interactions with Aboriginal people reveal their respect for land and reverence for traditions long forgotten by indigenous people in other parts of the world. Share in the discovery of a 40000 year old culture while enjoying gorgeous natural places of the tropics.
Far North Queensland is blessed with two UNESCO World Heritage areas — The Wet Tropics (of which the Daintree Rainforest is a part) and The Great Barrier Reef–both of which contain some of the planet’s best biodiversity. On this excursion, you learn about traditional land management from Aboriginal guides in the lush Daintree rainforest, and about contemporary land management from a marine biologist at the Great Barrier Reef.
You see first-hand the impacts of both natural and human activity on these two ecosystems, and you meet people who are striving to protect both flora and fauna in these special areas. This is perhaps the best way to get your students involved in hands-on activities with two case studies: two exceptional tropical biomes.