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  • Tropical North Region, QLD
  • 07 4041 9440
  • 278 Hartley Street
    Cairns, 4870
    QLD
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Jungle Tours and Trekking

  • Tour
  • Guided Tour
  • Wildlife Experience

Operating out of Cairns, Jungle Tours specialises in day and extended tours to Cape Tribulation and the Daintree – where the rainforest meets the reef. Tour options include the Wildlife Habitat, Daintree River Cruise and Cape Tribulation Beach. Stay overnight in a range of accommodation and add other activities including Jungle Surfing. Destinations include Port Douglas, and the Atherton Tablelands and we specialise in day and extended tours and packages to the Daintree. Great inclusions, Small groups, Informative guides and Air-conditioned buses.

  • Extended Tours

    On extended tours, various levels of accommodation are offered, from backpacker dorms to deluxe resorts, with plenty of options to party and play. Optional extra activities vary from the Ocean Safari Reef Trip to Horse-Riding, Jungle Surfing, or Sea Kayaking.

  • Go Wild

    Go Wild is a premier day tour option which includes the best of Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest. Your tour includes a stop at the Wildlife Habitat, Daintree River Cruise, a guided rainforest walk, a tropical lunch, a visit to Cape Tribulation Beach and a stop at the Alexandra Lookout.

  • Jungle Surfing

    This day tour is an exhilarating way to experience the beauty of the Daintree Rainforest. It is a fun, guided, all-weather activity. Jungle Surfing takes you on a unique Daintree rainforest tour - fly through the trees on flying fox ziplines and take in spectacular bird's eye views over the treetops.

  • Rainforest Meets the Reef

    This 3 day, 2 night overnight adventure includes the best of Cape Tribulation - Jungle Surfing, PaddleTrek kayaking and a reef trip with Ocean Safari. Guests will stay at Cape Trib Beach House, and enjoy a free hot breakfast daily. There is plenty of time to enjoy the rainforest and world-famous Cape Trib beach, where the rainforest really does meet the reef.