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This cruise is the only one on Cooper Creek (within the National Park) and it offers a different perspective to the Daintree river cruises. Our guide was very knowledgeable and was happy to answer any or all questions. Recommended.
Great full-day tour with beautiful beach and ocean views and spectacular tours of Daintree rainforest and Mossman Gorge, including a rainforest barbecue and a stop on aboriginal lands at a cultural center for a demonstration by aboriginal guide Tom and more rainforest strolls. Guide Uta...More
If you are in the Daintree Rainforest region then there’s only really one crocodile cruise for you and that’s the ONLY crocodile cruise in the Rainforest itself !
Joking aside - this was actually a great cruise. You can either pre-book online or through some...More
We had about 25 people packed onto our boat for a 2 PM 1-hour Cooper Creek "croc cruise," but saw no crocs, so of course we were disappointed. We did see a few birds, mostly spotted by passengers, not by the boat operator, including an...More
I remembered how much my family and i had enjoyed this 1 hr boat trip in August (good time of year for sightings) 2010 when we visited before and decided that if anyone could find the Crocs Ernie could!
Love the laid back feel of...More
Cape tribulation was a great trip out for us today in the rainforest. Lots of interesting trees and plants all growing in the own environment. Very interesting to see the rainforest touching the ocean . Be careful of crocodiles keep your eyes peeled for them...More
Loved this cruise! Classic Australian tour guide, very knowledge with years of experience but relaxed with a good sense of humour. Just kick back and enjoy the scenery (and maybe see a crocodile like we did!)
It's a tropical wild beach unfortunately not suitable for swimming because of crocodiles and dangerous jelly fish but still worth seeing when visiting Cairns. The beach is surrounded by tropical rain forest.