Port O'Call Eco Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPort O'Call Eco Lodge Port Douglas
The restaurant wsa closed when I was there (in February) as it's the low season. The pool was nice and refreshing, rooms were basic but nice enough. The owner was very helpful in organising my diving trip to the reef. I would recommend the hostel, and I would recommend AristoCat for a diving tour. They were awesome!
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Friday saw us getting back on a plane and flying up to Cairns, where we picked up our hire car (Henry Hyundai) and headed up the coast to Port Douglas.
The drive itself was STUNNING! I really was not expecting the views that we got, the landscape in this area is absolutely beautiful.
We arrived in Port Douglas and checked into our …
Woke up after a bit of a lie in, the maid was wanting to come in and clean the room. Had to send her away.
We got up and got some stuff for the beach. Had to go to Coles first to get some food and drink. The walk there again was a sweaty one due to the humidity. There was a hot dog stall outside Coles so we shared one.
Woke up and sorted out stuff out then checked out of the hostel.
We had to walk over to the Northern Greenhouse so that we could be picked up. Had to wait there for a bit until the bus turned up. Got in a were taken about to collect more people then headed for Port 'O Call in Port Douglas.
Got there a went into our room. It was …
We woke up and hung around in the room for a bit as Ari had a headache.
Decided we needed to go to the town again for food. Walked in the quick way this time. Saw some holes by a swampy bit of water that looked like the holes the crabs on the beach make. Turns out they were crabs holes as we saw loads of them running about then. They were …
... cash and it finally worked.
After all the messing around we found out that the campsite was fully booked and we could not stay there anyway.
After making some more enquiries we found out that all other sites were at least double what we had paid the night before in Daintree and so decided to see the rest of the Cape and then head back there again.
We eventually reached the Cape ...