Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wednesday got off to an unexpected start: no hydro. No lights, no coffee, et al for our early (very) day's tour.
First stop was at Port Douglas for a much anticipated cup of coffee...then onto Mossman Gorge for the Ngadiku Dreamtime Walk. Our guide Rodney's mother is a local Indigenous woman Ngadiku (Nar-di-gul) and his father a mixed-race European. Ngadiku means stories and legends from a long time ago in local Kuku Yalanji language. It's interesting, as to date ...
Had heard of these birds before the trip. Yawn (Sher) just another variation on the ostrich/emu template. Not particularly intrigued...now we are. Who would have guessed such a creature was about? Cassowaries are ratites (flightless birds without a keel on their breast bones). The southern cassowary is the third tallest and second heaviest living bird, smaller only than the ostrich and emu. Big, very big. Females are just under 6 feet tall! They are bigger and more brightly ...
... the only place in the world where two world heritage sites are next to each other, rainforest and Great Barrier Reef.
In the afternoon we went to a swimming hole which was gorgeous. It's all fresh water and you can swim in it, there is also a rope hanging from a tree. Obviously I wanted to go on it, but you have to let go when you're at the deepest part otherwise you're gonna hit the rocks, was bit scary but good fun.
We also went jungle swinging through ...
Our first day in Port Douglas! The day began with a nice walk on the beach. It was amazing to be on a beach that was so natural and quiet, and the sun was so bright and warm. We walked for about 30 min along the 4 mile beach before heading back to our villa. We got ready for our day trip to the Daintree Rainforest, then headed into Port Douglas to find a place for breakfast. We stopped at this little breakfast place with outdoor (alfresco) seating - Cafe Freso - and I ...
... collect rain water for drinking up at the camp kitchen. We still had a bit of water in the front tank from Port Douglas to do our dishes, so we were fairly well set up. The location of the camp ground is amazing. Right on the beach front with nothing but the scrub and a few coconut trees between us and the ocean. The day we arrived we were happy to just set up camp and chill out for the evening. We went for a bit of a drive to check out was nearby, but decided we would ...