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Driver provided lots of interesting information. Weather didn't cooperate.
Jason was a PHENOMENAL Tour Guide. He really cared about what he was showing us. It was very enjoyable, entertaining, and educational. I highly recommend this tour for anyone staying in Cairns.
You really get a feel for nature at her most awesome. Piggy the guide at the rainforest was one of a kind!
Trip was excellent esp the guide ,very informative.I think his name is Brian. Yes we saw baby crocs not the big fellas.Very enjoyable.Thank you.
The day was very long, but it was an amazing tour of the areas north of Cairns... I would totally recommend this to anyone visiting the area... one day to tour the reef and one day for the rainforests!!!
I highly recommend this tour! We saw everything but never felt rushed and the guide was excellent and very knowledgeable.
Absolutely stunning!! We saw a Cassowary and chick, and a massive Croc amongst the stunning wildlife and rain forest.
Fantastic trip, well organized, smoothly run. Our driver was excellent, safe, cautious, very knowledgeable with good commentary during the entire trip. "Mick", the boat driver on the river trip was a special treat, enthusiastic, with real passion that was contagious.
We had an amazing day! The tour guide was very informative and "eagle eye" Dan on the Daintree River Cruise was a master at spotting Australian wildlife.
Wow! If you wanted everything done for you this is it! The driver was so informative, the 4wd was great. Where we went the location was fantastic, it was timed down to the minute but not rushed and the BBQ lunch, wow the ladies who cooked this were great! Well worth it.
We are so pleased to have at last seen the Daintree. There's no way we could have done this trip under our own steam! Our driver and guide was very friendly, very personable and so full of information to keep us focused all the way there and back. Morning tea, I was pleased to see, wasn't served in a sterile glass & chrome monstrosity. I'm not sure how old the building was, but I thought it had seen a good few years and looked comfortably settled into it's surroundings. That was a tick from me. A welcome surprise for us ladies was the Captain of our Daintree River boat cruise. No fair dink-um Aussie could have done the job better than this tanned Italian hunk with the so cute accent, and we were supposed to be concentrating on crocodiles! I didn't get his name. Also our guide who took us on the canopy walk, crammed as much information as he could into the short time we spent with him. We left knowing he had so much more to tell. The BBQ lunch in the bush setting was delicious, vegetarians catered for. Another tick. We got safely back to our hotel despite a tree nearly falling on our moving bus! Just that last bit of excitement to add to a great day.