Rainforest Hideaway

Address: Lot 19 Camelot Close, Cape Tribulation, Queensland, 4873, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on Lot 19 Camelot Close, Cape Tribulation, is near Cape Trib Exotic Fruit Farm and Daintree Rainforest.
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    Travel Blogs from Cape Tribulation

    Cape Tribulation and Port Douglas

    A travel blog entry by mginetta on Aug 02, 2015

    32 photos

    ... Alexandra Range Lookout, Floravilla Ice Cream Shop, and ferry ride across the Daintree River. Last stop our accommodations. Spent lots of time walking the beach, a four mile beach appropriately named, Four Mile Beach. Met an interesting fellow who called himself Mystery. He was climbing down from a palm tree collecting coconuts and he told us all about coconuts and gave us a couple so that we could drink the coconut water and eat the coconut meat. Interesting ...

    Off to the Cape!

    A travel blog entry by billandkaz on Jul 24, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... rudimentary, the driver quite highly strung and his stress levels went up when people were late and he had to then drop in at Port Douglas to pick up some guys who were going up to Cape Tribulation to work and everyone in the bus was feeling his pain! The driver picked us up and a number of other people around Cairns, then we had to be taken to see the guy who runs the company and give him our vouchers, etc. We were expecting to go into an office but the owner of ...


    A travel blog entry by opalvacationer on Jul 09, 2015

    18 photos

    ... I figured this would put us one jump ahead of the crowd this way we could see and most things without the crowds, and it payed off. Cape Tribulation and the tide was out, the sand here is rock hard and as flat as can be, totally different from our beaches, no surf at all but still a nice spot. Walked over to Norman Beach, most beaches up in this area are similar with long stretchers of sand that in some places go for kilometres ...

    A Tribute to the Cape

    A travel blog entry by stoddart on May 26, 2015

    8 photos

    ... to walk in then out of the forest onto the beach where it was hot and muggy. Mangrove trees grew on the beach. All the walks we went on were easy walks, flat and some were on boardwalks. All through the rainforest were many different types of butterflies. The day was capped off by visiting the home made icecream factory.

    Barrier reef

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Feb 06, 2015

    5 photos

    ... The main negative comment was that we generally felt rushed, trying to fit too many long dives into the day, which was a shame because the diving itself was reasonable. The weather was picking up, which could have influenced both the sites chosen and the time allowed. We did enjoy the diving despite all of this, but I am not sure I would do it again. We may have been spoilt by other diving destinations, and this one could have been better ...