Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Cape Tribulation, Daintree River Cruise and Bloomfield Track Small Group Tour submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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A lovely day trip to Cape Tribulation. Start with the cruise tour, it is excited to find crocodiles hiding under the water and mangroves where they came in different sizes. The naturalist is good enough to brief the group with the life of crocodiles. Afterwards, it is forest broad walk into Cape Tribulation with another naturalist Cathy. It is very amazing to have her introducing the rainforest and wildlife inhabitants. She is v knowledgeable and has great passion for nature. It is also a v memorable experience to watch her imitating a bird calling in the wild and the bird called back (responding to her call). To Chinese, it is like nature and Cathy are united in one. Isn't is amazing!Reviewed by: HammerDhai, Hong Kong, January 2014
The intimate nature of this tour combined to the unique route the tour takes combine for a recommended experience. The buses are low-capacity and the guide was friendly. We took multiple photo opportunity stops and the food provided was good and provided opportunities to try new things.Reviewed by: Nicholas D, November 2013
Excellent trip! Great narration by the guide. A lot packed into one day, but never felt rushed.Reviewed by: Rob D, October 2012
Tour was great, we seen everything in one day that most would spend a week viewing. Only downfall was not very good airconditioning in the tour bus and the 1 hour trips became uncomfortable.Reviewed by: andy r, January 2013
We didnt really see much, I dont think anyone does... as the crocodiles each have a large territory there isnt much to see . We seen 1 small crocodile called "Forest Gump" he was 2.5 Meters long. He was in the water and hard to see. They give a big lunch and You get to feed and pet a couple kangroos, its a long day for what you actually see.Reviewed by: Laurie P, January 2013