While you are staying at the Daintree Jungle House you will have a
choice of many tours, activities and things to do in the area.
When you check in at Rainforest Hideaway B&B we can answer all
your questions on the local tours and activities, walks, beaches, places
to go, where to eat, and what ever else you can think of, and we can
book all the local tours for you.
If you like to plan ahead you can also contact us before your arrival
with any questions, or book your tours online here.
It is not a bad idea to plan ahead as some of the more popular tours
may be sold out well in advance, such as jungle surfing and the snorkel
tour to the Great Barrier Reef, and other tours such as the 4WD tour
to Cooktown may only run once or twice a week depending on demand.
You can find information and links here to BOOK
YOUR TOURS WITH INSTANT CONFIRMATION
During peak season and school holidays some tours, especially jungle
surfing and the snorkel tours, can be fully booked for up to a week
in advance. Plan ahead and book
your tours before your arrival in Cape Tribulation!
NOTE: WHEN YOU BOOK TOURS CHOOSE RAINFOREST HIDEAWAY AS PICK-UP LOCATION,
THE JUNGLE HOUSE OFTEN GETS CONFUSED WITH OTHER ACCOMMODATIONS WITH
THE WORD JUNGLE IN IT
Choose from jungle surfing, guided nightwalks, sea kayaking, crocodile
spotting, horse riding, snorkeling, fourwheeldrive tours to Wujul Wujul
and Cooktown, exotic fruit tasting, and Daintree river cruises which
focus either on crocodiles, birds or general flora and fauna.
Lots of exciting tours in the Daintree
Of course there are also many free activities you can
do on your own.
The Mount Sorrow Trail is a good hike with a beautiful
view to reward you at the top, see a
guide to the Mount Sorrow Trail.
Want to see some snakes from close up? The Snake House
in Cape Tribulation has some good size pythons. (Free entry).
There are many pristine beaches in the Daintree, see a
guide to Daintree beaches here.
Myall Beach in Cape Tribulation is near the Jungle House
Between Cape Tribulation and the Daintree river there
are more attractions, such as the Marrdja boardwalk, the Insect Museum
with a huge collection of insects and butterflies from around the
world, the Daintree Discovery Centre, the Daintree
Icecream Company with home made ice cream from locally grown exotic
fruits, swimming holes in the creeks, etc.
And make sure you enjoy a walk around the sculpture
trail at Rainforest Hideaway too.
Some photos of the sculpture trail at Rainforest Hideaway B&B