Day 1: Cairns to Cape Tribulation
After motoring out of Cairns via a few coastal beaches, we're off for an Aboriginal Bush Tucker Walk. This afternoon it's time to get wet and steamy in the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park. After a busy day of travelling it's time for a filling feast and maybe a 'coldie' at the local bar.
-Jungle Night Walk
Day 2: Cape Tribulation
Cape Trib is all yours for exploring. Got a head for heights? There's the optional Jungle Surfing Zip Line. Want to be beach-based? You could pick to go horse riding or ocean safari snorkeling. There's a crocodile cruise for nature-lovers. But if you just need to chill out, you could opt for a beach massage. Round out your day on a deserted beach with glass of bubbles in your hand, new mates to your side.
-Use of resort facilities
-Jungle surfing zip line
-Beach horse riding
-Ocean safari snorkeling
Day 3: Cape Tribulation to Atherton Tablelands
Hungry for more rainforest action? You're in luck, we're off to Mossman Gorge. Waterfalls, flora and fauna and some 30,000 plant and animal species to spot. Now there's a challenge. Like a nice cup of j? See where your lattes start life at a coffee plantation before moving on to try some tropical fruit wines or local spirits. Yungaburra is home for the night - see if you can spot the elusive platypus. Head out to spot platypus at dusk, and check out even more wildlife on an optional night time can trip.
-Food & wine tastings
Day 4: Atherton Tablelands to Mission Beach
Today cool off with a swim in a volcanic crater lake. At lunch, take in the beauty that is Millaa Millaa Falls, then it's back towards the coast, via a few swimming spots. Tonight we stay in the heart of Mission Beach.
Day 5: Mission Beach to Cairns
Start off with a beachside breakfast before exploring this oh-so-pretty part of the world. Raft your way down Tully River or take boat trip to explore Dunk Island. Or you could choose to pop on a parachute and see the scenery from 14,000ft up in the air. On the way back to Cairns we'll take the Cassowary Coast trail with stops at Innisfail and another spot of swimming at Boulders. This tropical journey closes out as we venture back into the city of Cairns.
-National Park entry
-White water rafting