Latitude 16 Port Douglas Coral Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsLatitude 16 Port Douglas Coral Apartments
The apartment was very comfortable, self contained and well designed with a nice private courtyard. Would certainly recommend this accommodation.
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... the crew were organised to sell the add-on activities. One addition which was sold with gusto, was the hiring of a Lycra onesie suit at $7 to protect the snorkeler from "stingers". These "Bluebottle" marine jellyfish, bloom in the summer months and they can delivered a near lethal sting from its long trailing tendrils. These suits were sold in their hundreds even though the marine biologist admitted that the stingers were rarely seen on the outer reef. We took ...
Drove up to Port. Douglas, popped in to Sheraton where Claire and Mike had stayed, lovely hotel. Then to the marina, where we had booked the Quicksilver boat for our trip to the outer reef. It was a fast boat, and beautiful sunshine. We went to Agincourt reef, on the outer edge, about 40 km North East of Port Douglas. Quicksilver have a giant pontoon moored there, with submersible, helicopter, and lots of ...
... by. There wasn't must to give away how big he actually was, until we came back a few minutes later for feeding time. When he came out of the water, tempted by the keeper's offering of several little chickens, his full size was revealed... 50 years old, over 4 metres long and still growing, built like a nuclear bunker and with jaws that could snap you like a twig... An ultimate predator. It was kind of humbling to see such an incredible beast up close like that - seeing them on tv ...
... a year round resident. A particularly good sighting for me was the Double-eyed Fig Parrot, an unfortunate name for the smallest of the Australian parrots (4 to 6 inches in size), whose picture appears everywhere on advertisements for natural history and birding tours.
After this initial cruise Ed dashed back to the lodge to pick me up then we were off on the water again - this time on a crocodile tour (really an excuse to be on the water). But we did see a number ...