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... here is the oldest in the world and quite beautiful. And very wet. We had a little bit of rain on the way up and buckets of it later. On the road up we had to cross the Daintree River by ferry. Although we didn't see any, we we're assured that the water there was infested with "Salties" - Saltwater Crocodiles, the most dangerous ones. Our first stop was for tea at a nice little place by the ocean. Maree. Warned us not to ...
... trying to get in. The last salon we managed to get an appointment straight away. Views from the salon, was upstairs right out to the sand and water, beautiful. Poor Matt had to pass time for about 2 1/2 hrs. He had gone down to the water, as we do. When finished a nice job was done I felt great. He then says I'm going to get a pedicure and manicure too, as the last job was lousy and peeled off. Another hour and half later I come out ...
... before they too move on. Whilst there, we also saw some lizards, fresh water turtles and Golden Orb spiders. We took a ride on Ernie’s boat through the mangroves and met three more female crocs – they were rather large and quite intimidating, especially when they silently disappeared in to the murky waters around our boat. We also learned about Capt. James Cook, who landed at the same stretch of coastline some 220 years previously. In fact, most ...
... as you make your way along the boardwalks and there is an information centre that provides added information an excellent experience. After a coffee we drove up to Cape Tribulation stopping to look at various beaches on the way. We had a picnic on the beach before slowly making our way back to the ferry. Again it was quick to cross so we drove up to Daintree Village 10km away, it is a farming area with a few tourist facilities. What a fantastic day in a beautiful area.
... you can view parts of the reef from a glass-bottom boat. An experienced guide will point out the astonishing tropical fish and giant clams here. There is also an underwater viewing platform under the pontoon that gives you a unique view of this astounding landscape under the sea. However you do it, you are in a prime spot to experience the nature of the largest coral reef in the world.After sailing back to shore, we return to our hotel in Port Douglas for an included ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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