Latitude 16 Tropical Reef Apartments

10 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4677, Australia | 7 star condo
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    Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

    Day 13 - Rain Forest & Crocodiles

    A travel blog entry by rebeccacline on Jul 28, 2014

    Today we left the hotel at 7:20 and drove up the coast towards Cape Tribulaton, named so by Captain Cook. Tribulation indeed, as it is where his ship, the Endeavour was run aground on a reef. Fortunately he survived and they were able to repair the ship and make it further north to what is now Cooktown, about as far north as you can go in Australia without a serious 4 wheel drive vehicle. We drove through the Daintree Rainforest. ...

    Palm Cove Caravan Park

    A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... of all colours, from tiny to some about 1metre. Huge turtles swam by and you felt you could touch them. After this we had a beautiful lunch on board and a lazy time on the beach. Another feature of this beach was the millions of small fish that gathered in the shallows where you could walk up to them. Groups of Terns were diving into them and gorging this ...

    Turtles and Rum

    A travel blog entry by lindaloo84 on May 06, 2014

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    ... at the apartments - equipped with everything you need. Sadly booked our transfer to the airport for Thursday - tomorrow is our last full day and we are going into the rainforest for the day, up by train and down by cable car. We realised today that this is the first time we have had no flies during the day and no mosquitoes at night. Plenty of jellyfish, crocodiles snakes and ...

    Where the Rainforest meets the Reef

    A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on May 04, 2014

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    ... guide is there 5 days a week and had not seen one for 3 weeks!). However, to our surprise and delight, we met a male Cassowary with two of his young by the side of the road – WHAT LUCK!! The dynamics of the Cassowary family are quite radical; the males are territorial and never leave their “patch”, the females however move around mate with a male they find, leave their eggs and then move on! The male bird raises its young for up to ...

    Great Barrier Reef

    A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Apr 01, 2014

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    ... well feel as if you've dropped into a scene from the animated movie Finding Nemo. But no computer could generate such a spectacle. And it's all mere inches from the water's surface.There's no one “right” way to explore the Reef, so we'll be given a choice. You can swim or snorkel among the fish and wide array of corals, as the boat moors at a pontoon that is surrounded by reef. Or, if you wish to observe this spectacular underwater world without ...