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Walk through the world’s oldest continually surviving rainforest with this magical 3.5-hour tour of Mossman Gorge.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Active, Scenic, Walking

Food/Beverage: Snack

Activity Level: Moderate

Shore Excursion Duration: 3.5 Hours

Dare to do something different by snorkeling down a lush rainforest river on this unique eco-immersion tour.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Active, Scenic, Water/Beach

Food/Beverage: Snack

Activity Level: Moderate

Shore Excursion Duration: 3.5 Hours

Channel your inner Tarzan or Jane with this exhilarating jungle surfing adventure across the treetops of the Daintree Rainforest.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Active, Scenic

Food/Beverage: Lunch

Activity Level: Moderate

Shore Excursion Duration: 6.5 Hours

Price: Starting at $114.30/person
Explore the world’s oldest, continually surviving rainforest like a VIP with this exclusive tour of Mossman Gorge.

Shore Excursion Size: Private

Shore Excursion Type: Active, Scenic, Walking

Food/Beverage: Snack

Activity Level: Moderate

Shore Excursion Duration: 3.5 Hours

Price: Starting at $114.30/person
Who needs crowded buses and noisy tourists? It’s just you and your instructor as you snorkel down a lush rainforest river during this private eco-immersion tour.

Shore Excursion Size: Private

Shore Excursion Type: Active, Scenic, Water/Beach

Food/Beverage: Snack

Activity Level: Moderate

Shore Excursion Duration: 3.5 Hours

Port Douglas is a town on the Coral Sea in the tropical far north of Queensland, Australia. It's known for its beach resorts and as a base for visits to both the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest reef system, and Daintree National Park, home to a biodiverse rainforest. In town, Macrossan Street is lined with boutique shops and restaurants. Curving south is popular Four Mile Beach. From its humble origins as a sleepy 1960's fishing village, Port Douglas has grown into a sophisticated alternative to Cairns' hectic tourist scene. There are more and more resorts being built with a growing number of flash-packers, cashed-up couples and fiscally flush families now choosing Port Douglas as their base, leaving Cairns at the airport.