This ticket has the following options you can choose from:
With cruise tickets to the Daintree National Park, you can float along Cape Tribulation, take a walk on the famous rainforest beach, and even enjoy a delicious drink as you gaze at the panoramic views of the Great Barrier Reef. Take a dive into the water to discover Mackay and the Undine Reefs and swim with the turtles.
Take an expert guided Daintree National Park tour through the lush rainforests of Australia that's home to two World Heritage sites. Discover new cultures like the Kuku Yalanji tribe and learn about their heritage through art and painting or explore their survival techniques with traditional Aboriginal fishing.
A picturesque gorge with crystal-clear waters perfect for swimming and hiking. Created by the Mossman River, this beautiful gorge is a part of the homeland of the Kuku Yalanji people.
Where the rainforest meets the reef, Cape Tribulation is a unique destination for snorkelling, nature walks, and wildlife watching. The rugged terrain of this area has remained untouched by civilization, allowing you to take a glimpse at what the world looked like hundreds of years ago.
Discover a panoramic view of the Daintree Rainforest that will leave you breathless. Also known as Walu Wugirriga, we suggest that you keep your camera ready to capture the stunning views and colours of the Daintree coast.
A guided tour through the lush rainforest that showcases the traditional uses of the plants by the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people. Take a walk on the wooden boardwalk through the lush rainforest and pause along the creeks to hear the sounds of fish and crabs in the water.
Indulge in some delicious ice cream made from exotic tropical fruits grown in the park. Dedicated towards the preservation of the Daintree rainforest, their ice cream is made from organically grown fruits in their orchard.
The Daintree National Park is open 24 hours a day. However, certain tours and areas have timed access.
Daintree Ferry: 5 AM to 12 AM every day
Shuttle buses: 8 AM to 5:45 PM
Cape Tribulation: Closed during the wet season. Closes on the first Sunday after New Year every year and reopens on Good Friday.
The best time to visit Daintree National Park is during the dry season, which runs from May to October. This is the perfect time for hiking and exploring the rainforest. However, if you want to see some of the seasonal waterfalls, the wet season (November to April) is the time to visit.
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Located just two hours north of Cairns, Daintree National Park is easily accessible by car. From Cairns, drive north along the Captain Cook Highway towards Port Douglas, turning off onto the Mossman-Daintree Road. Regular shuttle buses are also available from Cairns.
If your tickets include transfers, you can simply share details of your accommodation when booking your tickets and you will be picked up and dropped back off before your tour starts. Your tour operator will share the transfer information before your tour starts.
There are a few local food options available within the national park.
Daintree Ice Cream Co.: Discover delectable local flavours at Daintree Ice Cream Co. which works with local conservation projects. Serving only 4 flavours at a time, we suggest that you try their signature cup that serves a scoop of each flavour.
Daintree Tea Company: Discover delicious black tea native to the Daintree rainforest that is known for its strong aroma and flavour. You can even visit the plantation to admire the tea growing against the beautiful rainforest backdrop.
Daintree Estate: With the perfect climate to grow cocoa in, Daintree Estate offers delicious chocolate bars that are made with Australia’s first commercially grown cocoa. These chocolate bars also make for perfect souvenirs to remember your visit.
Absolutely! You can easily book your Daintree National Park tours online.
Absolutely! Daintree National Park is a World Heritage-listed site that contains some of the oldest plants in the world and is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, crystal clear streams, and pristine beaches. It is a tropical paradise that should be on any nature lover's bucket list. With expert guided tours, you can also meet the local tribes and indulge in traditional Aboriginal painting and fishing!
Daintree National Park is located in Queensland, Australia. It is about 80 km away towards Port Douglas from Cairns CBD.
The inclusions in your tickets will depend on the type of Daintree Natioal Park tour you book. You can either take a cruise along Cape Tribulation, observe fish and coral with snorkeling, take a guided tour of the Daintree Rainforest, meet the tribal people of Kuku Yalanji, and even discover their traditional art and fishing techniques.
Most times, your Daintree National Park tour will include transfers from your hotel or a specific pickup point. If you're driving by yourself, you can take the Great Barrier Reef drive or take the Daintree ferry that can transport you across the waters along with your car.
Plan to spend at least a full day exploring Daintree National Park as there are numerous trails, beaches, and attractions to see.
We suggest that you remain comfortable when visiting the Daintree National Park. Wear comfortable shoes and breezy cotton clothes. Bring sun protection like hats and shades and mosquito repellant.
Depending on your tour inclusions, you can get transfers from a pickup point or even directly from your hotel! For hotel transfers, simply share your hotel address when booking your tickets.
There are ramps available on boardwalks and ferries to help with wheelchair accessibility, along with accessible toilets throughout the park. However, please note that some experiences may not be wheelchair accessible.