Oceanxplorer Reef Sleep
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... one else saw them, so I think that means it didn’t happen ;)). We all saw a few reef sharks, including Mom on her snorkel with Mattie. I saw a pretty good-sized trumpetfish. Tony told me before I jumped in to watch out for branch coral. It wasn’t hard to spot, as it was all over Sandbox, particularly at the beginning.
The boat was really comfortable and spacious – we were on a boat that could hold up to 32 people, but we ...
... on a high. The trip had far exceeded our expectations. I was delighted that Ness finally got to swim with turtles like I did in the Gili islands.
We got a beautiful view of the coastline and Daintree Rainforest as we headed back to shore. This place is immaculate and completely undisturbed. There are no buildings anywhere in sight and we were the only boat in the bay. Nature at its best ...
Plan B went to plan and we visited Mossman's Gorge, guided by our very own Mookie, who (according to him) has guided many celebrities and saved many lives using the magical powers of the forest). Enjoyable morning in the jungle. Left Mossman's for the Atherton Tablelands, when Plan C swung into action and we headed North instead toward Cape Tribulation where Captain Cook foundered on the rocks in "a long time ...
... since we maybe too tired after snorkelling tomorrow. We had a delicious meal. We shared a tasting plate of prawns, oysters and crocodile. I had never had oysters before but they were okay. Peter had calamari for his main dish and I had Tasmanian salmon. We accompanied the meal with a bottle of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc (Angel Cove). Finished the meal with honey and lime frozen yogurt with Raspberry ...
... br> We have had the most relaxing stay in Port Douglas and probably haven't really taken advantage of all the tours and activities on offer but decided early on to give the reef a miss given the price ($500) for the potential of Georgia cracking up, the children not really be able to snorkel or appreciate it and Dom and I having already done it. We did however do a little 1.5 hour cruise on a river boat along the Dickson ...
Other places to stay in Port Douglas
Cnr Port Street & Craven Close, Port Douglas | 3 star hostelfrom $69
111 Davidson Street, Port Douglas | Hostelfrom $22
37 Warner Street, Port Douglas | Hostelfrom $42
38 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas | Hostelfrom $14