Port Douglas Tours
There are a huge selection of tours available to book, please ask us for advice, as we have done almost all the tours we are able to recommend tours to suit your requirements and expectations.
Among the fantastic selection of tours available we can book tour to The Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest, River Cruise, Fishing Trip, Hot Air Balloon Ride, Golf, Horse Ride on the Beach, Golf, White water rafting plus there are many more incredible things to do here.
If you have several days with us we recommend you book your tours once you are here, we will then be able to look at the weather forecast for the best day if you are going to visit the amazing Great Barrier Reef.
If you have only a day or two and would like a specific tour we would suggest booking it in advance to avoid disappointment as some tours do book out during the busy season.
Our tour booking service is complimentary and the tour is charged to your room which you can pay as you go or on check out. We are kept up to date with all the specials that tour companies are offering so can also offer you the best deal going.
Great Barrier Reef Tours
The Great Barrier Reef has been named one of the seven natural wonders of the world and was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1981. It stretches a distance of over 2,300 km (1,420 mi) from the Torres Straight north of Australia to Fraser Island to the south and covers an area approximately 344,000² km (133,000² mi).
Much of the Great Barrier Reef is designated as a National Park and is home to many threatened and endangered species such as the dugong and green sea turtle. Thirty species of whales, dolphins and porpoises make annual migrations through this biosphere and over 1,500 fish species make it their permanent home.
Cape Tribulation and Daintree Tours
The Daintree Rainforest is over 135 million years old making it the oldest living rainforest on Earth. Just fifty kilometres to the north this ancient biosphere is easily accessible to day trippers by car or organised tour. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988 it is one of the most complex ecosystems that exists today.
It is home to plants that are little changed from the Jurassic period such as the Idiospermum australienseas, more commonly known as the Idiot Fruit or Ribbonwood. There are 19 primitive flowering plant families left on Earth and 12 of them are endemic to the Daintree.
It is also where you will find an estimated half of all Australia’s bird species, a third of its mammal and frog species and a quarter of its reptile species.