Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation and Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary Day Tour submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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We were very impressed with the Daintree tour and would do it again in a heartbeat. Our guide Shane was incredible. We loved every part of it and felt we really got our money's worth!Reviewed by: laurshannon, Canada, January 2014
Very interesting tour of rainforest with Daniel our guide for the day. The wild life sanctuary was terrific, with wallabies and other animals wandering freely as we walked around. The lunch at the beach restaurant was excellent and after an early start we were ready for it. We did see some estuarine crocodiles of various sizes during the afternoon river cruise but felt their appearance was a little stage managed. The only real down side was that on a very hot and humid day the air conditioning on the coach which hadn't been wonderful finally packed up on the way back to Cairns.Reviewed by: Philip John B, February 2014
Enjoyable experienceReviewed by: Cherry C, February 2014
A good way to see Daintree NP in one day but it is a long drive from Cairns or Palm Cove especially up to Cape Tribulation. It actually is not really that spectacular. The boat trip on the river is very nice even without seeing any crocodiles which are very difficult to spot.Reviewed by: Beate H, February 2014
Our guide Shane was friendly, personable and informative. Overall the tour was executed well, but the sites themselves were disappointing. The animals at the Wildlife Habitat were fun to see but the time there was rushed and we could have done that on our own since it was a short drive from our hotel. The drive to Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation and Mossman Gorge was long and the sites very underwhelming. The river cruise was an hour up and down a dirty river to see fruit bats and mangroves. Sure you can't predict seeing the crocs but there was nothing else to see. For what it's worth, the tour was organized well, but in hindsight we would not have stayed an extra day in Pt Douglas to see these sites. It was pretty disappointing and we felt our money was wasted.Reviewed by: Stephanie N, January 2014