Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
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... peachy now. We have a busy day planned. First we head to Mosman Gorge. The road is long here and you can no longer drive to the Gorge. The Shuttle Bus costs about $23 or you can walk 2km up the road. We decide to walk but a local fella tells us it is too dangerous for the Turnbull children. Bah he don't know them two I say. The walk is lovely as Peter speed walks up and Bre and I take photos on the run through the Daintree Forest. When ...
... It was so cool, with lots of different bird species and native Australian animals like koalas, salt and fresh water crocs, kangaroos and wallabies. After that we went to Mossman Gorge and did a lovely rainforest walk and then had a swim in the gorge which was awesome! We then made our way up to our lodge in the Daintree rainforest, it was so amazing, a little wooden cabin overlooking the rainforest with hammocks on the veranda. ...
... introduction to the sacred hills of his tribe by smoke. Once we'd walked through his little bonfire (and spun around for dramatic effect) he told us about the rocks that they used to paint their skin, and then went on to demonstrate it on a few of us. He allowed us to do some of our own painting, so obviously Becky attacked my face and I attacked hers. When Tom was finished up we went and grabbed the breakfast we ordered and we were then ferried up the hill ...
... few days later we drove to Port Douglas. We ventured through the markets and had a seafood lunch on the Marina. We then headed further up the coast through Mossman, taking a ferry over to the Daintree Rain National Park. The 95 km Daintree region starts at Mossman Gorge, an hour's drive north of Cairns, continues past Daintree Village across the Daintree River and through the rainforest to Cape Tribulation. The road although bitumen
... to the cafe we saw that there was a Croc Tour leaving at 11:30 and since it was 11:10 we booked on to it and went to wait at the pick-up point. Thought that the group was going to be quite small as it was only us there for a while, but then a mini bus of people turned up.
Went and got on the boat, managed to sit at the front. On the floor by the ramp to the boat there were some weird little things hopping across the sand, they ...