Daintree Wilderness Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to use a ferry to cross the Daintree River. It was $27 for us and the car, but I can’t see how it was worth that. The trip was about 2 minutes.
Continued going along. Kept thinking we were nearly there, we saw a shop and Ari said it was about 40 minutes to walk from the shop to the place. About 40 minutes later driving we’d reached Cape Tribulation Beach, all we needed was house on the end and we were there. Though the road had ...
... of the damage hang on the walls. It almost made Emma want to get married in a church. We walked around the park, watching the grey and red parrots in the trees and fish in the river before getting back on the road.
We parked the van in Gecko Backpackers sunbathing area back in Cairns, aware that our newly reconnected waste pipe emptied out of the bottom of the van. Julia has missed out on last weeks barbecue so we headed over to Tropic Days who were hosting sixty guests. ...
... statement “This has been the best experience in Australia so far”. I am sure you can imagine how happy and excited he was! Ivo himself was very successful and managed to feed 5 bellies for dinner. Yes, you heard that right… We actually ate the fish he caught and it was absolutely delicious, what a healthy dinner! Besides the reef fishing trip Ivo spent many hours down at the ocean trying to catch some big ones, resulting in the catch of many different ...
We didnt really stay at Daintree Village - just did that so the map would show we went that far.
Today we went for an enjoyable day trip up to the Daintree. We came across the markets at Mossman and could hear them calling us, so we stopped and spent an hour wandering around. We then went on toward Daintree Village and went on an hour long cruise up the river. Our guide was Ray, a very ...
Back on the Ferry across the Daintree River again we started our journey up the coast to the iconic 4WD's pub the Lions Den. To get there we had to travel through the Daintree NP and out to Cape Tribulation from there it was time to lock the hubs and air down for the Bloomfield Track. This track weaved its way through the rainforest with some nice hill climbs and water crossings unfortunately it was very easy but a nice drive anyway.
We stopped at ...